When we arrive at the question the answer is already near - Ralph Waldo Emerson
2012 Washington Mediation Association Outstanding Mediator Winner!
As an accomplished and highly regarded Certified Mediator, I can help you identify and communicate your needs. My mediation method creates a dignified, impartial environment in which your side of the story can be heard. You speak for yourself, you work through problems at your own pace, and you decide what issues and concerns are most important to address.
Use my mediation expertise if you would like to:
dissolve a marriage/partnership with dignity while keeping costs low
confidentially resolve a problem with a co-worker, boss, or subordinate
settle a foreclosure issue without adding unnecessary costs
avoid the cost of going to court over a parenting plan modification
resolve a family issue with a spouse, aging parents, teenagers, or siblings
assess a conflict and develop a plan to deal with the problems at hand
ensure the mediator you're working with is skilled and experienced
Author: "Conflict Resolution At Work for Dummies" and Contributing Author: "Thriving in the Workplace (all-in-one) For Dummies"
A practical guide for resolving problems at work, this book is a must-have for anyone interested in restoring peace, training others to get along better, preventing conflicts from ever starting, and boosting morale. Written with staff from the Dispute Resolution Center of Snohomish & Island Counties, the collective knowledge is sure to make a positive change in your workplace. Become a fan at http://www.facebook.com/ConflictResolutionforDummies
Don't waste another day on unresolved conflict.
As an active participant in resolving your unqiue conflict, you get to decide how much more of your emotional and financial resources you're willing to expend on the issue. By choosing mediation, you're in a great place to move beyond the past and into the future with a constructive, solution-based outcome. I have mediated hundreds of cases and serve the King County and Snohomish County areas.