Family, friends, neighbours, colleagues
Everywhere people live together in a relatively confined areas, conflicts are sometimes unavoidable. No matter whether it concerns family quarrels and conflicts or disputes with friends, neighbours or colleagues: mediation – i. e. the constructive conflict resolutions with a neutral third person – provides you with a way of keeping in dialogue with family members, friends, neighbours or colleagues or just to begin a dialogue again. I gladly support you in finding the suitable, acceptable and forward-looking solution. This is possible thanks to my profound education in accordance with the standards of the Federal Mediation Association (BM) and my know-how about conflicts and their solution.
As a trained mediator according to the standards of the Federal Mediation Association (BM) I´m specialized in:
- family mediation
I have several years of experience in working with families in crisis situations and I’m in charge of varied types of mediation
- intercultural mediation
Regardless of whether it is dealing with customs, languages, habits, traditions, the sense of time or the sense of honour: members of different ethnic groups or cultures show a different conflict behavior. It's something I experienced during my studies in Ghana and Australia. Furthermore I’m living in an intercultural relationship myself. You will also find many useful information under: http://www.bmev.de/index.php?id=interkulturell
You would like to know more about the general conditions and about the mediation procedure? I would like to offer you a brief overview of that here:
- At the beginning we have a detailed telephone conversation in which you will describe your concerns and where we can clarify open questions.
- Important conditions for our cooperation:
- voluntary participation
- intention to remain the relationship level
- several meetings at approx. 90 minutes
- the number of meetings may vary depending on the escalation level and on the points that are to be resolved. (My experience shows that the average number of 3 – 8 meetings are very rarely exceeded.)
- the mediator is legally bound to discretion
- It is also possible to make agreements at home or at work.