Elizabeth Clemants is a mediator, educator, coach and shaman. In each of these roles, Elizabeth integrates the skills and theory of conflict resolution in her support of individuals in their personal and professional growth. She has a private mediation practice and regularly conducts mediation trainings for various skill levels. She also works with people one-on-one as a coach and, on a deeper and more spiritual level, as a shaman. She lives and works in lower Manhattan. (Click for full bio)
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Elizabeth Clemants | October 19, 2015 On the last episode for this season of Working, WNYC’s Arun Venugopal talks to Elizabeth Clemants, a New York City mediator and shaman. Clemants discusses the psychology of conflict resolution, how she integrates her work as a shaman with mediation, and the role that empathy plays in her work. Clemants also talks about the difficulty of coming to a solution in the “Me” generation. Listen Here!
Lisette Garcia | October 23, 2015 I was recently reading an article about a man with a condition that renders him numb to his own feelings while the feelings and emotions of others Read More!
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