Boost Capacity through Practice Reflection
Presented by, Pamela Struss and Sharon Seidler
Reflective practice can increase self-awareness, develop critical thinking, create a better understanding of others, and encourage active engagement in our work. It can be a shared activity in co-mediation or facilitation. It is suggested that learning best occurs when reflection is put into writing or conversation. Join us to learn strategies to maximize practice reflection and improved take-aways to boost individual and practice capacity in this 60 minute webinar.
Pamela K. Struss, PhD is a scholar practitioner. She practices domestically and internationally and has worked with the governments in Ecuador and Suriname, Prince William, Lancaster, Northumberland, and Westmoreland Counties, VA and is a certified Mediator for the Virginia Association of Realtors, Prince William Association of Realtors, a Virginia Supreme Court certified mediator, mentor, and trainer. Currently she is co-facilitating Resilient Women of the Northern Neck , a women's group, non political or religious group, diverse ethnicities and ages, wide range of socio-economic and educational levels who are committed to building bridges to encourage compassion to the entire community.
Sharon Seidler is a 'prac-ademic' with several years in private practice for non-profit, community, government, workplace and is currently the Program Coordinator and Instructor for Kansas State University's Conflict Resolution Experiential Learning Program. She is a member of the Kansas Supreme Court Advisory Council on Dispute Resolution and believes that personal and professional evolution is essential in our work. Sharon and her husband enjoy travel and are looking forward to the arrival of a grandson in just a few months.