Organizational Conflict Analysis, Intervention, and Training Services Across North America
Types of organizations I have worked with include:
Medical Practice
Public and Private Schools
Medical School
Religious Denominations
Non Profits
Community Organizations
City Government

and many more...

Welcome to Peacebridge, specialists in analyzing and intervening in organizational conflicts, both religious and secular. Whether large or small, religious or secular, public or private, conflicts within organizations cost much more than many think. It includes lost time, lowered quality, sabotage, increased sick time, poor  morale, employee turnover, and drastically lowered support from members and customers.

Organizational conflicts that are allowed to grow, and they WILL grow unless positive steps are taken, can eventually destroy the enterprise.

Peacebridge has recently downsized, but that does not mean a cut in quality services.

As the founder of Peacebridge, I am a professional mediator, researcher, writer, and conflict interventionist with more than 40 years of experience and training.

Call me. Initial consultations are always free.

Peacebridge is recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) non-profit.

Darrell Puls, DRS

Is YOUR Pastor a Predatory Narcissist?
Let Us Prey: The Plague of Narcissist Pastors and What We Can Do About It, a new book I co-authored with Dr. Glenn Ball of Manitoba, Canada, is in the final stages before publication.  Its foundations are a study Glenn did of Narcissistic Personality Disorder in the ordained clergy of the Presbyterian Church in Canada, and our personal experiences in working with pastors who have this dangerous personality disorder. One of the foremost researchers in the field, Dr. Steven Sandage, Albert and Jesse Danielsen Professor of Psychology of Religion and Theology at Boston University, has written the Foreword.

We know this book will be controversial as it exposes the hidden realities of ministry: the rate of serious mental illness in pastors is much higher than expected, and how churches have failed to recognize the problem, let alone take effective countermeasures.

You can download the study this book is based upon immediately below. 

If you want to know more about this pathological and dangerous condition, read my blog at

The Road Home, based on biblical principles, hundreds of clinical studies, and group psychology, all of it fueled by the Holy Spirit, is designed to help pastors, church leaders, counselors, mediators, and others guide entire congregations and groups through the difficult tasks of authentic 
forgiveness and reconciliation following moderate to intense conflict.

The contents and premises of this book have been scrutinized by top scholars, researchers, and practitioners. 
The foreword is by Everett Worthington, Jr., one of the most famous and respected forgiveness researchers and writers in the world. The book has also been endorsed by Dr. Tim Clinton, President of the American Association of Christian Counselors, and Dr. Paul Regan, President of the Christian Association for Psychological Studies.

The Road Home is now available at booksellers worldwide in paperback and digital formats, including:
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