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A commonsense guide to becoming a reflective practitioner, written by a practitioner for practitioners.
Based on actual practice situations, instructive stories, and self-guided exercises, The Guide answers questions: Why should professionals care about reflective practice? How do its principles and methods increase competence? What characteristics distinguish reflective practitioners?
Michael Lang’s reflective practice guide is a gift to current and future practitioners, from students to novices to the most experienced experts. Rather than a prescription for a specific practice model, it is a delightful and accessible reference, full of examples from actual cases as well as exercises designed to help people continuously become more effective throughout their careers. John Lande, Isidor Loeb Professor Emeritus, University of Missouri School of Law
A book review of The Guide by David Hubbard appears on mediate.com
This interview by Judith Starr originally appeared in Just Resolutions, a publication of the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution
Co-authored with Alison Taylor, this book introduced reflective practice to the conflict resolution community.
An engaging and easy-to-use manual for all peacemakers and conflict resolvers to further their own and others' practices. I encourage every practitioner and trainer to incorporate these tools into their practices. Juliana Birkhoff, Ph.D., Birkhoff and Associates.