WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT IN MEDIATION CALLS?

Mediation is a discussion between two or more parties in conflict usually facilitated by a neutral person called the mediator. An experienced neutral mediator will facilitate negotiation between opposing parties to come up with a win-win solution, while maintaining a peaceful and respectful atmosphere.

Please see the figure below for a general idea of what a mediation process looks like: 
Most conflicts can be successfully resolved through mediation. I have over 95% success rate. I use my mediation skills along with my background in spiritual psychology to help families, children and even business partners communicate with open heart and care with the objective of resolving conflict and not hurting each other out of anger. 

Mediation is a wonderful alternative dispute resolution process where you will save tons of resources, time that you would otherwise spend on lawyers and courts and also salvage relationships with people and family members that were once your friends. Mediation also works very well in solving conflicts between children. For example in schools, children much readily agree to mediate and resolve their conflicts instead of getting punished by the Principal. They learn how to co-exist and even save friendships, 

I always remind both (all) parties that they will be a family even after they separate especially if they have children. They will just be a family that lives in separate homes. You can choose to separate if that is the best solution for your peace, but you can minimize reasons to hate or hurt each other.

Most parties and conflicts start between family members or good friends. Just like marriages, small businesses are between people who care and trust each other and somewhere along the way someone feels hurt or unheard and the conflict starts. If the conflict is not dealt with early on, it becomes a bigger problem and sometimes the separation becomes the only solution. This is also true with students in conflict.

That is why in conflicts, it is good to remember who the parties are that will be hurting if special care is not practiced. And, I make sure to remind everyone to keep the atmosphere as kind and peaceful as possible so that at the end of mediation both parties feel heard and are happy with the resolution.

I am a mediator, a neutral person who will listen to both parties without taking sides. As long as you both agree to work with me, we can find ways to communicate. We can be in one room or I can work as your go-between messenger if that works better for both of you. My goal is to help you find a mutually acceptable win-win solution so you can move on feeling good because you were not told what to do but you were involved in the decision making. I want you to feel empowered and in control.

Mediation in schools works very well. Children are more willing to learn a new skill. I have a proven record of reducing conflicts and violence by 75% in the schools where I facilitate mediations and teach mediation skills. With this new skill in their toolbox, children feel strong and empowered, and are prepared to live conflict free lives when they grow up. 

You and your child deserve a conflict free life too! Look forward to speaking with you!

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Mediation is a discussion between two or more parties in conflict usually facilitated by a neutral person called the mediator. An experienced neutral mediator will facilitate negotiation between opposing parties to come up with a win-win solution, while maintaining a peaceful and respectful atmosphere.
Please see the figure below for a general idea of what a mediation process looks like: 

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