The one thing to agree on when you can't agree on anything else.
Conflict is natural and normal. We all experience it, whether with family members, coworkers, or individuals in our community. Often, our conflicts or disagreements are minor enough that they can be easily resolved or worked around. Other times, the issues or outcomes may be of such importance that we want to reach the best possible solution before tensions arise. Occasionally, however, disagreements grow beyond the point where an easy solution is possible. Mediation can help.
Mediation is a process for problem-solving and decision-making and can be used to resolve almost any issue in families, workplaces, neighborhoods, churches, and communities. A neutral mediator facilitates communication between the parties and, without deciding the issues or imposing a solution, enables them to reach a mutually agreeable resolution to their dispute. Mediation has a higher success rate (80-90%) and compliance rate than court-imposed judgment, according to the American Bar Association. Mediation also provides a less formal and accessible process, which allows for deeper exploration of the issues and needs without the time limitation of court. Let us help you settle your differences in a safe, confidential, and efficient manner.
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If you have a civil case in court, the judge may refer the parties to mediation.
If you have a conflict with a neighbor, friend, or family member, you can seek mediation services.
If the company culture is raising conflict between co-workers, a group faciliator can help.