Do you want to resolve a conflict?
Are you looking for efficient, long-lasting and cost-effective support with conflicts?
Do you want to decide yourself, which solution suits you best?

As a mediator, I will support you in finding self-determined solutions to conflicts.

What is Mediation?

Mediation is a structured process of solving conflicts out of court. A neutral third party (the mediator) supports the conflicting parties in working together to find solutions that everyone can agree on.
Mediation has been found to be a successful, efficient and cost-effective method of solving conflicts that take place in private life, at the work place or in business.

What’s so special about mediation?

  1. Taking part in mediation is voluntary and you can end it at any time.
  2. Everything discussed during mediation is treated with utmost confidentiality.
  3. With help from the mediator, conflicting parties can reach agreements independently and responsibly, instead of matters being decided by a higher authority in court.
  4. The mediator is a neutral onlooker who offers support and creates a safe space for the talks to be held in.
  5. Mediation is focussed on the future and finding solutions. The aim is not to lay the blame, but to work together to find solutions to the problem and to develop new perspectives.
  6. Mediation is focussed on people‘s needs and interests. Mediation looks past old, hardened standpoints to find new solutions that all can agree on, based on each individual’s needs and interests.
  7. Mediation believes that conflicts are opportunities for change, improvement and growth. It offers the chance to find own solutions and to learn new, competent strategies for dealing with conflicts in the future.

What happens during mediation?

Mediation begins with a free preliminary talk, during which we work together to establish whether your reasons for entering into conflict-resolving talks are suited to mediation and whether you would like to continue on this path.
If you decide to go for mediation, we will begin to resolve the conflict. The viewpoints of all those involved are given room for expression and all interests and needs are discussed in order to find a common solution.
If a solution is found to suit all parties, this will be put down on paper and signed.
Once the mediation process has been brought to a successful conclusion, we will agree on a date to examine the situation and the sustainability of the agreements reached.
The length and amount of the mediation sessions differs depending on the conflict. After each session you are able to decide whether or not to continue with another mediation session.

Further Informations to my offers:

>> Mediation in the working world

>> Mediation in the private domain

>> Mediation in an intercultural context

>> Mediation Training Courses


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