(mediation, verb: to work with both sides to help them reach an agreement)

Bringing people together in the same room, with an impartial third person, who assists them  to respectfully and actively listen to one another, explore the issues and move forwards with mutually agreed upon, positive outcomes, forms the basis of a successful mediation.

Why use mediation for family conflict?

Everyone knows how significant ‘family’ is to personal well being. If you have tried everything to resolve an ongoing family issue, chances are that you are saddened by the impact of this dispute on yourself and others. Sometimes family disputes over money, estates or children`s issues land up in Court, only further damaging family relationships.

If all parties are willing, you can all benefit from trying mediation first. Why?

  • You will be coached to effectively communicate your perspective
  • You will be clearly heard by the other/s
  • You may better understand their perspective
  • No-one will be judged by the mediator
  • You will be assisted by an experienced mediator through a respectful process, with a high chance of resolving the dispute
  • Your mediator is also a psychologist who understands family dynamics
  • Family relationships can be mended

Why use mediation for work place conflict?


Enjoying your work environment is important to most people.

Sometimes managers are not able to be impartial in helping resolve employee conflict. Using an external trained mediator gives you:

  • a chance to heal a working relationship if you have been involved in a workplace complaint or investigation
  • an opportunity to discuss personality differences or workplace behaviours that are affecting your performance or enjoyment of your work
  • a confidential, supportive process that protects your privacy
  • the chance to enjoy work again


Are you spending too much of your valuable time trying to resolve workplace tensions? Would it be better for an impartial third person to deal with these issues?

Using an experienced Human Resources consultant who has years of experience as an HR manager, mediator and psychologist provides you with:

  • counselling support for employees
  • communication coaching to assist with constructive discussions
  • structured mediation and solution oriented processes to manage personality conflicts and unhealthy workplace behaviours
  • healing process following a workplace complaint or investigation
  • positive outcomes for a healthy productive work environment
  • employees who feel valued
  • time to concentrate on your core role and responsibilities