High Conflict Institute

High Conflict InstituteHigh Conflict Institute was co-founded by Bill Eddy, LCSW, Esq., and Megan L. Hunter, MBA, to provide education and resources to professionals handling High Conflict disputes, and to anyone involved in relationships of any kind with people who have High Conflict Personalities (HCPs). Michelle Jensen, MSW, JD, first joined HCI in 2009 as the Program Coordinator for various HCI projects. She returned in 2012 to work primarily with the New Ways for Families method, providing education and resources on high conflict disputes in family law settings.

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2016: A Year to be Grateful January 5, 2016, 7:14 pm
Happy New Year from High Conflict Institute and Unhooked Books! We have a lot to be grateful for in looking back over the past year. But a lot more work to do in our efforts to explain high-conflict behavior and … Continue reading →
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2016: A Year for Managed Emotions January 5, 2016, 7:01 pm
As we enter 2016, fear is in the air – worldwide. With the terrorist attacks in Paris and San Bernardino, fear of terrorism is polling at its highest in the United States since 2001. The 2016 Presidential Elections have been … Continue reading →
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Guest blog by Ellice Halpern, J.D., a Virginia Supreme Court certified general and family mediator. Last week, I participated in the annual four day Academy of Professional Mediators Conference in Reston, Virginia and learned with mediators who had flown in to … Continue reading →
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Last week I got to speak to two primarily collaborative groups – one in the state where I grew up, and the other in the state where I went to college! It was fun to get back near my roots, … Continue reading →
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My Week in Ontario September 22, 2015, 1:03 pm
Last week I spent three days in London – London, Ontario, that is! I trained almost forty professionals in our New Ways for Families method (see photo). Then I went on to Hamilton, Ontario, to give over 180 professionals an … Continue reading →
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Two Weeks in Melbourne September 14, 2015, 12:39 pm
I just finished spending the past two weeks in Melbourne, Australia. It was my fifth visit to Australia and my fourth year teaching at Monash University Law Chambers. I must say I loved teaching the students and experienced lawyers, judges … Continue reading →
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Here’s an interesting blog by someone applying our High Conflict People principles to Donald Trump, with a brief comment from Bill Eddy. Guest Blog by Nate Regier, commentary by Bill Eddy The Donald is a wildly successful real-estate mogul and … Continue reading →
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Law and Mental Health in Vienna July 27, 2015, 9:21 am
Last week I was in Vienna, Austria, for a large conference and a small group training. The conference was the International Academy of Law and Mental Health, held at the Sigmund Freud University in Vienna. It was really great to … Continue reading →
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Family court presents a difficult dilemma for reasonable people. If you act reasonably and use the cooperative problem-solving skills you use in daily life, you risk losing your case, because family court is a highly adversarial process that rewards combative … Continue reading →
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In Part I of this 3-part blog, I shared some random thoughts about how America’s race problem appears to be caused more by daily alienating behaviors in the present than by history. In Part II I explained how I thought an … Continue reading →
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