Events

Externalising conversations: separating the problem from the person with Debbie Dunn

Date TBA | Headroom Café, Hobart

Tuesday 15 May 2018, Hobart

The workshop will provide a way of asking questions following a map that:

  • Separates the problem and the conflict from the person
  • Makes it possible for participants to see the problem differently and to take up a different position in relation to the problem/conflict
  • By re-positioning, makes it possible for collaboration between the participants to take action against the problem.

This approach, the map, and skills will be offered through:

  • Explanation
  • Demonstration
  • Practice
  • Reflection

Resolution Institute thanks Headroom Café for generously hosting this event.

About the presenter

Debbie Dunn completed her mediation training in 1994 and gained accreditation under the national standard when it was introduced in 2008.

She introduced the ideas and practices of Narrative Therapy into mediation and has presented them at a number of conferences, with her work being published in a chapter in ‘Workplace Bullying Symptoms and Solutions” following her presentation at the International Workplace Bullying and Harassment Conference in Cardiff Wales in 2010.

She operates her private practice now in Hobart after several years in Adelaide.

Debbie has been a coach since 1995 for what is now Resolution Institute.

She offers training in Narrative Mediation and a newly developed narrative approach to Restorative Conferencing.