Speakers & Trainers
We provide speakers and trainers for organizations, conferences, and groups of professionals or individuals on dealing with high conflict people—including disputes in court, workplace, healthcare, education, neighborhood, law enforcement and family.
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Is Divorce Mediation For You?
This 1-hour dramatization of scenes from a divorce mediation shows how an experienced mediator (Bill Eddy) guides the process, provides legal information, manages anger and sadness, and helps the parties make proposals and reach agreements.
See a FREE 3-minute video of excerpts or order the full video below.
For Parenting Disputes In Divorce
Using a graphic timeline on an easy-to-read screen, the HCI PatternViewer is a powerful software service for organizing all of the information and documents in a custody or other parenting dispute with a high-conflict other parent.
To date, every case using this method has reached a satisfactory settlement or prevailed in family court. Based on patterns described in Bill Eddy's book Splitting.
BIFF Response Website is Here!
A BIFF Response will help you get back in control when someone attacks or blames you. Learn the four steps for giving a fast, effective reply to hostile emails, texts and other communications.
See a Video of this powerful response method or
Order the BIFF book!
Bill Eddy, LCSW, Esq. - Consultations & Training
William A. "Bill" Eddy is an attorney, therapist and mediator and the President of the High Conflict Institute. He provides consultations and training about managing high-conflict personalities to professionals, including attorneys, judges, mediators, mental health professionals and human resource professionals. He has presented in over 25 of the US States, Canada, Australia, France and Sweden. He is on the part-time faculty at the Pepperdine University School of Law and on the part-time faculty of the National Judicial College.
See What People Are Saying about Bill's books and training.
Learn about four "high-conflict" personalities and a four-step method for managing them—whether you're the "Target of Blame" or someone close to them. Excellent information and tools for the workplace, whether you're a manager or an employee. See a Video of testimonials about the positive impact of this on people’s lives.