What is Mediation?

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What is Mediation?

Mediation is a form of conflict resolution.  Our trained, impartial mediators help you to clarify and resolve your dispute in a way that is realistic and satisfactory for all involved.

Step One – The mediator meets with individuals in a comfortable and convenient location.

Step Two – Each individual explains his/her issues and concerns.  The mediator listens, asks questions, and helps clarify misunderstandings.

Step Three – The mediator helps the individuals explore options and reach a satisfactory, effective, and realistic resolution.

Why UDSCN5181se Mediation:

Reduces Stress – Mediators facilitate a process of cooperative dialogue.

Confidential –   Mediation settings are private and the discussions are confidential.

Self-Determined – The individuals themselves decide how their dispute will be settled.

Brings Closure to Disputes – Mediators help individuals address the core issues of their dispute so that the conflict can be fully resolved.

Preserves Relationships – Mediators help the individuals develop a sense of mutual respect and collaboration.  This helps to restore the individuals’ trust and ability to communicate.

Mediation in action?
Click one of the links below to view a mock mediation

Elder Mediation

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One Response to What is Mediation?

  1. Pat o'neill says:

    These mock mediations are excellent examples of how mediation works and how participants can benefit

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