A conflict resolution therapist is a mental health professional who specializes in helping individuals, couples, or groups resolve conflicts and disagreements in a constructive and productive way. Conflict resolution therapists use various techniques and strategies to help people communicate effectively, manage their emotions, and find solutions to their problems.

The role of a conflict resolution therapist may involve facilitating a dialogue between two or more people in conflict, helping individuals understand the root causes of their conflicts, and teaching communication and problem-solving skills. Conflict resolution therapists may also work with families, organizations, and communities to help them address and resolve conflicts in a positive and productive manner.

Some common techniques used by conflict resolution therapists include active listening, reframing, and negotiation. Active listening involves actively listening to what the other person is saying and trying to understand their perspective without judgment or interruption. Reframing involves helping individuals reframe their perspectives to see the situation in a different light. Negotiation involves helping individuals identify their needs and interests and finding mutually acceptable solutions.

Conflict resolution therapists may work in a variety of settings, including private practice, schools, community centers, and organizations. They may work with individuals or groups of all ages and backgrounds.

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