Transformative Mediation

Let's Move In A Fresh Direction

Let's Move In A Fresh Direction

What is Mediation?

Mediation is a voluntary and confidential process where parties come together with a neutral facilitator to discuss their dispute. The result could be an apology, an agreement (written or oral) or just a deeper understanding about the conflict.

I practice Transformative mediation which places an emphasis on individual empowerment, recognition and empathy for the other’s point of view, and party self-determination about the terms of any agreement.

The process enables parties to handle legal matters quickly and at a fraction of the cost of traditional litigation. More than monetary savings, mediation is a valuable tool to help people feel heard and find a common ground.


Mediation is offered in 2 hour, ½ day, or full day “power” sessions. A typical issue can often be resolved in 2-4 sessions (depending on the length and specificity of an agreement).

Want to learn more? Check out these blog entries:

     Family Mediation: Cinderella and Her Sisters

      Neighbor Dispute: Gepetto's Workshop


  • Family Conflicts
  • Parental Custody and Visitation
  • Neighbor Disputes
  • Workplace Issues including personal conflicts, team discord and discrimination
  • Domestic Worker Initial Agreements
  • Employer/Domestic Worker Mediations
  • Non-Profit and Direct Services Organizations