Marital Mediation creates a template of future interactions and behaviors addressing areas of conflict in the relationship.
Marital Mediation is a process that uses mediation to increase relationship satisfaction. Using a third-party neutral mediator, couples create a mediated agreement which serves as a template for future interactions and behaviors that addresses areas of conflict in the relationship. Marital Mediation may be appropriate when:
Marital Mediation offers an alternative to marital therapy, which may require extensive time to develop therapeutic insights. It is designed to develop concrete solutions in a shorter period of time. As a mediator experienced in psychology and communication, I help couples resolve family conflicts that could lead to separation if left unattended, using techniques developed over decades in the field of dispute resolution. Examples of such conflicts include: