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I provide Mediation services and I blog about Mediation.
You may encounter conflicts in almost every aspect of your life (for example at your work place, with your neighbors or at school). Should you wish to ask help from a third party to resolve it, mediation could be a solution.
You have already decided that you want to divorce and you both agree that you want to choose a dialogue instead of a court room. Mediation could be a solution.
You are not even sure that divorce is inevitable. You would like to give another try to improve your communication. Mediation could be a solution.
You are already divorced but still have to maintain communication for different reasons (e.g. common children) and it proves to be difficult. Mediation could be a solution.
No matter if divorced or not, you are living together as a family. You may also have e.g. adolescent children or family members who are new to one another (stepfamily) and communication seems tricky. Mediation could be a solution.
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You are getting an "international divorce" which means that parties coming from/living in different countries are involved. Usually the children are at the heart of the case: in which country are they going to live and how will they keep in touch with their parents?
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You wish to deepen your interpersonal skills or would like to learn more about mediation in general.
I propose trainings customized according to your needs in relation to the following topics:
- conflict resolution skills
- intercultural communication
- non- violent communication.
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You wish to read about Mediation, be it theory or practice, conferences or trainings, events and everything related.
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“Discourage litigation. Persuade your neighbors to compromise whenever you can. Point out to them how the nominal winner is often the real loser — in fees, and expenses, and waste of time. As a peace-maker the lawyer has a superior opportunity of being a good man.”
President of the United States (1861-65)