What is mediation and how does it work?
Conflict Resolution Center Duluth offers voluntary, collaborative processes in which people work together with an impartial person to find solutions in a safe, confidential and peaceful way. Mediators are trained to be neutral facilitators and will meet to help two or more parties talk about the conflict and look for mutually agreeable solutions. Conflict resolution processes give people the opportunity to work to resolve their differences together. Conflict resolution has worked for thousands of people and it can work for you.
The advantages of mediation
At the mediation session, everyone has an opportunity to discuss the issues and share their views. This is an important step towards resolving the dispute. People are more satisfied with solutions they work together to create. Mediation encourages cooperation and understanding, focuses on maintaining relationships and helps people build stronger communities.
- All parties have a chance to be heard
- Low cost
Types of Mediation Services
- Relationship /Family
- Small Business Customer
- Post-Divorce Parenting Time
- Mediation in schools
Conflict Resolution Center provides training for individuals who are interested in becoming volunteer mediators in the community. Conflict resolution skills training is also available for organizations and businesses that are experiencing conflict.