Monthly Archives: June 2012

Integrative Law and the Journey toward the Self

An intriguing dialogue began this week on the IACP LinkedIn group, about the work of the Integrative Law Institute, inspired by my posts earlier in the week re Neuro-Poetry.  A slightly edited excerpt is pasted below–a dialogue between a psychotherapist … Continue reading

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Integrative Law Institute Welcomes Leading Neuroscientists and Conflict Resolution Pioneers to Advisory Board

A strong, innovative Advisory Board helps ILI to build outstanding programming at the intersection of law, social policy, neuroscience, positive psychology, restorative justice, and other Integrative Law vectors. We are proud to announce the following new members of ILI’s Advisory … Continue reading

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Neuro-Poetry

A divorce lawyer who attended my Practical Neuro-Literacy program in New Hampshire earlier this month just sent me 58–yes, 58–short poems inspired by the presentation. Raymond Foss has given me permission to post them, and I’ll start with the one … Continue reading

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PRACTICAL NEURO-LITERACY: THE VIDEOS

Nearly 130 New Hampshire lawyers, mental health and financial professionals gathered in Concord NY on June 14th to accompany me on an introductory tour of the new world of  applied neuro-literacy. The Family Law Section of the State Bar co-sponsored … Continue reading

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Narrative, Stories, Emotion and Meaning in Conflict Resolution Law Practice

For the past three days, I’ve been a participant-observer in a workshop for healthcare professionals presented by Dr. Rachel Naomi Remen, a member of the faculty at University of California Medical School in San Francisco and a fellow program director … Continue reading

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