Related Links

Links of Interest

enaissance Lawyer Society –

A rich resource for lawyers to talk with each other about what’s important and to explore the threads that develop.

International Network on Therapeutic Jurisprudence –

The International Network on Therapeutic Jurisprudence is designed to stimulate thought in the area of therapeutic jurisprudence. It serves internationally as a clearing house and resource center regarding therapeutic jurisprudence developments.

International Listening Association –

The International Listening Association promotes the study, development, and teaching of listening and the practice of effective listening skills and techniques. Good resources.

Messages from Water –

We convince ourselves that our thoughts are private and do not affect others and the world around us. Read this and reconsider the impact of thoughts – something we explore in various NAICR trainings.

Spirit At Work Network –

The Association is a non-profit association of people and organizations who are interested in the study and/or practice of spirituality in the workplace. The mission of the Association for Spirit at Work is to provide community, information, and education, for those who are integrating their work and their spirituality and for those who are called to support societal transformation through organizational development and change.

Association for Conflict Resolution –

ACR represents and serves a diverse national and international audience that includes more than 7000 mediators, arbitrators, facilitators, educators, and others involved in the field of conflict resolution and collaborative decision-making. Anyone interested in the field of conflict resolution is welcome to join.

Transforming Practices –

The mission of this web site is to explore sources of meaning and pleasure in law practice. By continuing the conversation begun in Steven Keeva’s Transforming Practices: Finding Joy and Satisfaction in the Legal Life (an ABA Journal Book published by Contemporary Books, 1999), this site provides a resource and an oasis–for lawyers, would-be lawyers and legal staff. Good stories.


DIA·logos promotes the spirit and practice of dialogue for strategic use at all levels of leadership within and across organizations. They work with client organizations to meet their business objectives by transforming taken-for-granted limits in ways of thinking and acting. Excellence in research continues to fuel, and be fueled by, their work.

Transcend — A Peace and Development Network

This organization works internationally for peace and development throughout the world. This is what they write: “To work for peace is to build sukha, liberation, well-ness in a world with peace with nature, between genders, generations and races, where the excluded are included but not by force, and where classes, nations and states serve neither direct nor structural violence. In such a world they would all pull together for better livelihood for all.” It is a vision well worth spending time with.

Bert Hellinger:

Bert Hellinger’s work with family constellations has great implications for all involved in conflict resolution. You will find his web site, books and tapes stimulating and exciting. What especially appeals to us is how very, very clean Hellinger is: how rigorous in his insistence on sticking with observation rather than interpreting or theorizing. This is an extraordinary example of what it means to be a Reflective Practitioner. Note that there is a conference coming up April 30 to May 5 that, among other things, is looking at the meaning of constellation work for conflict resolution.