Association for Conflict Resolution - Chicago Chapter
Unpacking the Debrief Case
As mediators, we work hard with strangers to help them resolve conflict using a bevy of dispute resolution tools. Our efforts and energies are spent analyzing, neutralizing, and brainstorming with the parties. But what happens for the mediator once the case is over? Join Rae Kyritsi from the Center for Conflict Resolution for an analysis and conversation on the power of debriefing, the impact of processing mediator experience, and the risk of practicing without a support system.
Rae Kyritsi is the Programs Director at the Center for Conflict Resolution, a non-profit in Chicago that provides mediation services in a variety of case types. Rae is a certified mediator of civil, criminal, elder, and family disputes and a certified trainer. She works as an adjunct professor at Loyola University Chicago School of Law, teaching Alternative Dispute Resolution and Mediation, as well as coaching students for the Vis Moot International Arbitration Competition. She has facilitated community forums for the Center for Disease Control and has organized non-profits and LLCs through consensus building. Rae earned her J.D. from Loyola (’12) and her B.A. from UW-Madison (’05).
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