December 9 2017: The Cognitive-Affective divide: How adult attachment theory informs client counseling and conflict psychology by teasing out two primary patterns of self-protective strategies This 3-hour workshop is intended for mental health and parenting professionals who are interested in understanding how childhood attachment experience impacts patterns of adult thinking and behaving. Attachment theory identifies […]
Mark Baumann will host the WA-AFCC Early Riser’s Breakfast program for the winter-spring, 2016, series. This informal education/networking program is centered on “Science and Techniques” for lawyers, and is structured with some lecture and information sharing but is mostly focused on answering participants questions and learning from each other. Click here for program information. Program details: […]
Starting in February, 2015, Mark Baumann, in conjunction with Kristine Clay, MA, will host a, 12 week, 6 session program to train and mentor a small group of lawyers to understand and apply Integrative Client-Centered Model (ICCM) principles. For more information, please see http://www.icc.institute/training
Materials and links from Mark’s Northwest Dispute Resolution Conference and Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC) presentations Seattle, WA March, 2014 Brains on Conflict presentation, Brains on Conflict: Interpersonal Neurobiology and How the Science of Danger, Relationship and Integration Inform Conflict Resolvers. (Titled What Drives Conflict, for AFCC) bibliography annotated IPNB resources 2 Pattern […]
High conflict case management: the interpersonal neurobiology of why relationship matters and management strategies September 9, 2013 McKinley Irvin 2013 Series on Family Law Tacoma, Washington Program Materials McKinley Irvin Powerpoint 2 Styles Worksheet McKinley Irvin Listening Article and Bibliography (with case study) McKinley Irvin Tips Sheets (with Interpersonal Neurobiology Informed Counseling Elements, Self-Protective Strategies summary […]
Note from Mark: Thank you to everyone who attended and for all the warm and kind feedback! Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any follow up questions, or would like more information about Portland State University’s program on Interpersonal Neurobiology. PRESENTATION MATERIALS: APFM Brains on Relationship APFM 2 Patterns Worksheet APFM […]
Mark Baumann will be chairing this seminar for legal professionals, presented by Bruce Wind, with panelists Mark Baumann, Joe Shaub and Molly Kenny Location: WSBA CLE Conference Center, Century Square building, 1501 4th Ave., Ste. 308, Seattle WA Date: June 10, 2013 Sponsored by the Washington State Bar Association and the WSBA Alternative Dispute Resolution […]
Mark Baumann and Rachel Hardies will host free 1 hour webcast re-broadcasts of this new Psychotherapy Networker series, each Wednesday evening from 5:15-6:30, from January 23-February 27, 2013, in the fireplace room at Mark’s law office. Please call ahead to RSVP. A limited number of children are welcome. Speakers include Dan Siegel, Steven Porges, Norman […]
Mark Baumann and Rachel Hardies present Exploring High Conflict Cases at the 18th Annual Northwest Dispute Resolution Conference at the University of Washington law school, and High Conflict Cases: The Courage to Look at Your Own Behavior, at the 25th Oregon Mediation Association annual conference. Below are the materials used or referenced at their presentation.
The Law Office of Mark Baumann is proud to host Bill Eddy for a Port Angeles training on the New Ways for Families program.
- Study: The impact of unstable work schedules on children
- Perspective taking: 6 skills for understanding another person’s point of view
- Communicating: Children’s interests are launching pads for building communication skills
- Attachment Theory Training: Overview and the cognitive-affective divide
- Fathers Matter
- Study: DV Behaviors Can Change If…