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Business mediation services to resolve conflicts quickly on your terms

  • Improve morale

  • Boost productivity

  • Reduce turnover

  • Avoid litigation & claims


What is Mediation?

Mediation is a facilitated negotiation between two or more parties to create a mutually agreed upon resolution to a conflict or disagreement.  The mediator is a trained, impartial professional who works to facilitate solutions that are acceptable to both parties.  

The Cost of Conflict

Licensed Psychogist • Trained Mediator • Business Executive

A Flexible and Strategic Approach Tailored to Your Situation

Consultation & Training

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Facilitated Communication

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Formal Mediation

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Mediation vs Litigation

Save time​

Mediation can typically be completed in a few weeks or less time.

Save money​

My fees are less expensive than the typical attorney's retainer.​

Protect confidentiality​

All parties agree to confidentiality of the mediation including that it is not discoverable. The only records kept by any party are the original agreement to mediate and the final signed memorandum of agreement.

Retain control​

No one enforces a decision upon you.  Resolution is based on the agreement and consent of both parties.

Preserve the relationship​

Conflicts that end in mutual agreement are more likely to result in less animosity between the parties than the win / lose environment of litigation.


Time savings when resolving conflicts through mediation vs traditional litigation.  (Source: Association for Conflict Resolution)


Percentage decrease in costs associated with resolving disputes through mediation compared to litigation, saving businesses time and money. (Source: U.S. Department of Justice)


Percentage of business mediations that result in mutually acceptable agreements, fostering long-term relationships and collaboration. (Source: American Bar Association)

Ready to Resolve and Get Back to Work?

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