Therapeutic Mediation results in agreements that are:
- Created by the clients
- Focused on the present
- Include consideration for all viewpoints
What exactly happens during therapeutic mediation?
Within a conversation that is carefully structured, each person will fully describe their point of view and beliefs about the problem(s) at hand. We will then identify the desired outcomes-proposed solutions for each problem. Next, we delve into each objection, taking breaks as needed, while still facing the circumstances. Finally, we give consideration to all realistic possibilities.
What if we still have more to discuss after completing therapeutic mediation?
There are many reasons for follow up meetings. Scheduling follow up meetings is common. This can happen shortly after completing therapeutic mediation, a few months out or even years beyond.
Process of Therapeutic Mediation
- First session
- Second session
- Third session
Therapeutic Mediation for other situations
- Estrangement within family
- Business—personality based conclicts
- Decision making impasses
More about Therapeutic Mediation
Therapeutic Mediation is a forward thinking process. Within therapeutic mediation sessions, the future is key and all focus and effort are channeled to creating the best possible future outcome. Therapeutic Mediation is collaborative and all subject matter, level of detail and goals are fully decided by the clients. In addition, the eventual result is fully chosen by the clients. Completing therapeutic mediation gives each client the following:
- A thorough understanding of all aspects and viewpoints pertaining to their situation
- An understanding of the feelings and meanings at stake for all involved
- Concerete option(s) for a resolution based on free will and mutual interest
- Conlusions that are agreed upon without delayed resentment
- A draft of an agreement that is clear and concise