Mediation is a practice in which a trained neutral and independent third party, known as a mediator, assist individuals with a contentious relationship reach a mutual agreement. Family mediation is an alternative dispute resolution method that is used for conflict arising pertaining to such issues as child custody, visitation and financial support among others. The mediator is not an advocate. They will not make decisions for either party. The process allows spouses and/or co-parents to make effective decisions and develop individualized options to resolve a cohesive and successful parenting plan.
Family mediation can help to resolve personal and painful conflicts of our lives. Families can exemplify the most significant source of experience and happiness. However, families can also be an unfortunate source of conflict for many people.
Whether these interactions involve our spouse, partner or children, families can be a powerful source of strength allowing us to grow together and flourish. They can also be a draining source of continued conflict that can cause us to take sides, assign blame, and divide us.
Family mediation and conflict resolution requires a historical understanding to serve as the foundation for step-by-step problem and issue identification. This understanding will lead to conjoined solutions, and a mutual long-term family plan that will satisfy the goals of both parties successfully.
Wright Way Mediation specializes in Family Mediation. Our mission is to help parents in conflict develop creative and mutual solutions to their disputes. Through education and experience we have provided mediation and conflict resolution skills to both individuals and families for 15 years.
The objective for each mediation session is to facilitate respectful and effective communication, encourage creative thinking and ultimately reach an agreeable solution.
Wright Way's experience enables us to offer effective solutions, mutual agreements and confidential conversations. We've helped numerous families to reach a shared and successful co-parenting plan that is beneficial for both the parents and the child(ren).
"Conflict is inevitable but combat is optional"