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Family Mediation

What is Mediation?

Mediation is a voluntary process of conflict resolution that allows parties in dispute the opportunity to address their issues in a confidential and private environment. Our Mediation Service provides a professional Mediator to facilitate people who wish to resolve disputes & conflicts in the following sectors:

Family Mediation

  • Child Access Matters & Parenting Plans
  • Conflict resolution
  • Family relationships/ Disputes

Workplace Mediation

  • Dignity at Work Complaints
  • Interpersonal disputes
  • Bullying and Harassment Complaints
  • Workplace Investigations

The Mediation Service describes the role of the mediator as follows:

  • To see individuals/groups together and help them settle their differences.
  • To create a climate in which neither party dominates, instead both parties participate fully in good faith.
  • To create and maintain an atmosphere of co-operation and responsibility.
  • To help people deal with difficult emotional issues that can prevent them reaching agreement.
  • To help people reach agreement that they believe to be fair, equitable and workable.

How does the service operate?

A professionally trained mediator assists the people to reach their own agreement.

  • All/ Both parties attend.
  • Discussions are confidential.
  • The mediator does not take sides.

How long does it take?

mii_approved_mediator_2013Mediation usually takes between two and six sessions.
An initial contact session may be held with each person individually before coming together.

Each session lasts approximately one & half hours. For an appointment regarding Mediation Service, both/all parties must contact the service & confirm their willingness to attend.

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