|MediationÂ is a confidential process where an impartial and independent third person facilitates communication between two or more people with issues in dispute.
Prior to beginning mediation or any dispute resolution process we make an in-depthe assessment of your individual needs. Click here for Our Process.
The mediator’s role
The mediator’sÂ role is to provide a structured process that assists people to identify the key issues, develop options and reach a resolution that satisfies their needs and interests.Â The mediator does not give advice or offer solutions.
Steps in the mediation process
Mediation involves a number of steps.
The parties determine the content and outcome
The people involved in the mediation guide the content that is discussed and determine the outcome. The mediator guides the process.
Mediation is a future-focused forum. So while the past is discussed to assist people decide what they need, discussions largely focus on what they would like in the future.
The goal ofÂ mediation
The goal of mediation is to empower people to take responsibility for the situation and the resolution. People are encouraged to perspective-take and view the dispute within a broader context.
Models of mediation
There are a number of different models of mediation. Some of the ones we use are contained in the Mediation Techniques download.
Mindful Mediation specialise in workplace mediation.
About Our Mediation Services
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