Who better to solve the problem than those most involved?

Jackie Boor


In between the struggle to work things out on our own and resorting to some form of legal intervention or even an act of violence, there exists the option of mediation.

The use of a neutral third party to address disagreements in personal relationships, in the workplace or even within a large community can be surprisingly effective and often transformative. By creating a safe, confidential and orderly process for discussion, brainstorming and crafting agreements, a skilled mediator can help save time, money and unnecessary stress.


  • People in the problem solve the problem
  • Cost effective and time sensitive
  • Practical, workable and accountable agreements
  • Mutually satisfying and enduring outcomes
  • Repair relationships and credibility
  • High rate of compliance