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Mediation

Conflict can be overwhelming and it’s normal to want to run and hide. But eventually it needs to be dealt with for your benefit and for the benefit of your family.

As your mediator I can help ease that feeling of overwhelm and help you to work through the hard stuff, whether you’re going through a separation or in a workplace conflict.

Mediation can save you time and money over the alternative of big legal bills and months, even years, spent fighting.

Mediation puts you in the powerful position of determining your own outcome.

I can help you take back control of your life and figure out how to move forward in a way that works for you, your ex-partner and your kids.

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For co-parents with strained or conflicted relationships, the pandemic may be creating even more stress and tension than ever before. Co-parenting can be difficult on a good day. During a time of crisis the dynamic between co-parents can become amplified. Find some suggestions help you through this crisis in this post.

The Assumptions We Make

I recently had the pleasure of interviewing an old friend, Jill McPherson. We talked about the assumptions we all make all day, every day, that have the potential to lead to miscommunication or conflict with those around us. The assumptions we make can get us in a lot of trouble. In this interview I speak to Jill McPherson about how to change our communication habits.

ARE YOU READY TO FOCUS ON THE FUTURE?

All of my services, workshops and courses are designed to help lay the groundwork for positive future interactions, allowing former spouses or co-workers to practice collaboration, problem solving, conflict resolution and understanding each other in their new roles