Eyal Rabinovitch is a mediator, trainer, facilitator, and coach working with individuals, families, workplaces, and communities to transform conflict through direct, open, and empowered communication. Eyal has mediated dozens of conflicts between coworkers, youth, neighbors, business partners, family members, and criminal defendants and victims at the Safe Horizon Mediation Center in Brooklyn, where he serves on the organization’s Mediation Advisory Board. He has also consulted for non-profit organizations and leaders in planning public dialogues and programming on difficult topics, including the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and abortion in America. After completing his B.A. at Brown and Ph.D. in Sociology at UCLA, Eyal served as Assistant Professor from 2005-2008 at Wesleyan University and now teaches Conflict Resolution at CUNY’s Baruch College.
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