Dr. Victoria Dinger is a Florida Supreme Court Certified Mediator for Family, Dependency, County, Circuit Civil and Appellate Courts and a Florida Qualified Arbitrator. She has been appointed to the Florida Supreme Court Mediator Qualifications & Discipline Review Board, responsible for complaints submitted under the Florida Rules for Certified and Court-Appointed Mediators. With a doctoral degree from the University of Southern California, she focuses on cognitive psychology and clinical experience for family mediation in an increasingly diverse world. Dr. Dinger implements a conflict resolution style which contributes to her effectiveness with complex cases. She has ability to manage high-conflict personalities, psychological and legal issues, while assisting participants in achieving mutually beneficial consensus. Dr. Dinger lectures on topics such as analyzing and resolving interpersonal conflicts, ethics, diversity, relationships, disputes and family conflict resolution. Dr. Dinger founded the Institute of Mediation and Arbitration for training mediators and arbitrators in helping families throughout the circle of life to manage conflict and find peaceful solutions to life's challenges. On the belief that everyone has the ability to take control of their own destiny with skilled assistance, families can be empowered to craft their own conflict resolution. Conflicts are inevitable, and facilitating skillful solutions is an art. The Institute of Mediation and Arbitration conducts mediation, arbitration and training for Family, Dependency, Appellate, Circuit Civil and County Courts. Victoria Dinger has been doing online mediation for years and is very effective in person. She is a Court-Appointed Mediator for the Seventeenth Judicial Circuit of Florida in Broward County. Dr. Dinger has authored, lectured and contributed to numerous publications and presentations for mediators, families, parents and educators.
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