What is Mediation?
Mediation is a confidential dispute resolution process.
A mediator is a trained facilitator who creates a safe place for the conflict to be discussed and resolved.
What happens at a mediation?
The parties to a conflict come together and agree to honor guidelines for a civil discussion.
Each party is given a chance to:
identify the issues as they see them
state their concerns
suggest outcomes they could live with
and work towards a solution that they can live with.
What's so great about mediation?
Mediation is usually a faster, more economical method for resolving conflicts than the courts can provide and doesn't require a legal proceeding to be effective.
For more information on mediation or to find out if mediation could be a solution for you contact Marcy at email@example.com.
Marcy's conflict resolution services promote self-determination in resolving all sorts of conflicts whether that involves businesses, families, consumers, neighbors or almost any other setting. Parties to a conflict actively engage in defining the problem, stating their goals and designing problem-solving methods that suit their situation. Through proven conflict resolution techniques people who are motivated to find a solution they can live with move from hardened positions that keep them locked in the conflict to fact-finding and interest-based solutions. For more information on how mediation works be sure to scroll through the blog posts on this website or contact Marcy here.
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