Why a Facilitated Conversation?
- Understand Values and Priorities
- Talk while Calm, rather than during Crisis
- Get Everyone on the Same Page
- Clarify Expectations and Wishes
- Increase Peace of Mind
- Discuss Issues Privately
Open Values List
Open Values List
What do you talk about in a Facilitated Conversation?
In a Caring for Aging Parents Conversation a Mediator Helps you Talk through:
What Values Matter to Each Person?
How Do You Prioritize Values when Making Decisions?
What Level of Support is Needed to Live Independently, and Who Will Provide It?
When Do You Consider Assisted or Supportive Living?
Under What Conditions Do You Keep Driving?
What are Medical Care Wishes and Priorities?
Who Offers the Eulogy?
What do You Love and Appreciate about Each Other?
On-Line Dispute Resolution | Zoom Mediation Sessions
Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) or Mediation via Zoom allows you easy access to the help you need to engage in a constructive conversation. Whether you have a family issue, need a divorce mediator, or want help resolving another civil conflict, you may participate in mediation from wherever you have privacy and stable internet access.
What Happens In Mediation?
Mediator listens to understand and clarify each participants needs and wishes.
Mediator supports an open dialogue to generate ideas to address needs, issues, and wishes.
Participants consider options and make all decisions about the outcome.
During my twenty years of practicing law, I witnessed the time, money, and emotional energy exhausted in litigation. When folks create their own solution in a private mediation, they usually feel better, save time and money, and the resolution lasts. Mediation helps people engage in meaningful and constructive conversations.
-Sherry Ann Bruckner, Civil and Family Mediator