Dis-Solving Conflict from Within

By Henry Yampolsky

At 15 years old, Henry Yampolsky immigrated from Ukraine to the working class town of Scranton, PA. The struggle to learn English and belong led him on a magical motorcycle road trip across the Himalayas, and to the knowing that resolving all conflict starts from within. Listen as Henry translates this wisdom to help couples in conflict communicate and find calm through the storm of divorce. Henry is a collaborative lawyer, conflict coach, Sattva yoga master, and founder of Living Peace Institute. 

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ABOUT OUR GUEST

HENRY YAMPOLSKY

HENRY YAMPOLSKYHenry Yampolsky is a peace educator, conflict coach, speaker and social entrepreneur, Henry is passionate about holding space for people in conflict. He is the co-founder of Living Peace Institute, which focuses on developing and sharing tools for individuals and organizations to experience conflict as an opportunity for growth, connection and dialogue.  

He is also the co-creator of Dis-Solving Conflict from Within (tm), a four-step mindfulness based conflict coaching tool for turning our attention inward in conflict. 

He has taught mediation, conflict de-escalation, mindfulness and compassionate communication skills around the world, including to the members of the New York Police Department, senior UN diplomats, corporate and civic leaders and legal practice group. 

A Master level Sattva Yoga teacher, trained by the Sattva Yoga found, Anand Mehrorta, in India, Henry uses the deep wisdom of Yoga in his conflict resolution teaching and coaching practices.

Henry is also a member of the Divorce Support Network at Main Line Famiy Law Center.

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Pamela Elaine Nichols

pamela-elaine-nicholsPamela Elaine is an author, speaker, and producer. She is also the mother of four children who, like many mothers, put the wants and needs of others first and ignored her own. As a result, her marriage came to a screeching halt. Determined to bounce back strong from divorce, she learned the key characteristics of a resilient woman, practiced them, and now teaches them to other women. In her new book, Muddy High Heels: 14 Lessons Learned from My Breakdown, Breakup & Breakthrough, she writes about how to overcome barriers that hold women back from their physical, emotional, spiritual and financial beauty. In addition to being a Client Experience Consultant and Intake Specialist for Main Line Family Law Center, Pamela Elaine is also President of her business, Destined for Greatness Enterprises, Inc. She has appeared on several radio and news spots to promote health and well-being for women, including The Dr. Oz Show where she shared her story of building her business as a healthy way to bounce back from divorce. Follow her on Facebook @SuccessfulDivorcedMoms and Twitter @urresilientlife.

About the Author

Henry Yampolsky

Henry Yampolsky is a peace educator, conflict coach, speaker and social entrepreneur, Henry is passionate about holding space for people in conflict. He is the co-founder of Living Peace Institute, which focuses on developing and sharing tools for individuals and organizations to experience conflict as an opportunity for growth, connection and dialogue. He is also the co-creator of Dis-Solving Conflict from Within (tm), a four-step mindfulness based conflict coaching tool for turning our attention inward in conflict. He has taught mediation, conflict de-escalation, mindfulness and compassionate communication skills around the world, including to the members of the New York Police Department, senior UN diplomats, corporate and civic leaders and legal practice group. A Master level Sattva Yoga teacher, trained by the Sattva Yoga found, Anand Mehrorta, in India, Henry uses the deep wisdom of Yoga in his conflict resolution teaching and coaching practices. Henry is also a member of the Divorce Support Network at Main Line Famiy Law Center.

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