What Is Mediation

Mediation is a form of conflict resolution that is very useful when both parties choose to settle a dispute. This is not done through therapy or coaching, and a mediator is not a judge. Mediation allows all parties to respectfully voice their perspectives and concerns, revealing new information and giving time for each party to respond after considering what they have heard.

As a mediator, I create a container for safe and respectful dialogue wherein all parties can express themselves without interruption. I help bring enhanced clarity about what is being said and felt, so that understanding and new agreements can be formed. When agreements are co-created in lieu of a court case, it is usually legally binding.

The new agreement formed is solely those made together by the parties, not the mediator. I invite creativity in the process of molding an agreement. Every mediation that I have facilitated has revealed “The Heart in the Middle of the Table that comes to be recognized.

I am available to meet in a neutral chosen space, or via live video with parties anywhere in the world. As one of the most active mediators for several years in Jackson County, Oregon, I have mediated countless conflicts to successful mutual resolution.

I especially enjoy the process of Mediation in that it brings to light facts and feelings that can be unknown factors that are causing the dispute, and transforms participants’ perceptions without attempts to convince or leverage unfair influence over another.

My Mediation Expertise

As a senior-level Mediator, I am well known for my talent in holding simultaneously both the business and intuitive aspects of Mediation. My training and experience includes: Community Mediation, Family, Relationship, Multigenerational, Bi-Racial, Parent-Teen, Foreclosure, Oregon Landlord Tenant, Oregon Small Claims. I am also available to serve as a Training Coach for the organizations providing education and experience for new mediators.

In mediation, all parties may meet and have no relationship nor affiliation with the mediator. A skilled mediator makes sure that she/her is always neutral with no past experience with any parties. Feel free to schedule an initial consultation, and to arrange for the other parties involved to meet.

Access The Full Power Of Your Mind.

Accessing the full power of your mind is like turning on the lights of a dark room, and finding that you hold unlimited possibilities. Much is revealed, you have clear direction and regain control, with valuable skills for a lifetime.