Before separating, you may never have heard of Mediation. This important process is demystified in this section with articles clarifying what Mediation is, what happens in a Mediation Information and Assessment Meeting (MIAM) and how to write Parenting Plans. Mediation supports the key challenge in separation and divorce – communication, with one author describing mediation as putting “a break in the spiral of conflict”. Having a third person can help couples to discuss difficult topics, to behave non-defensively and to think about the long term.
Dr Anghard Rudkin Child Clinical Psychologist at the University of Southampton.
All the articles written in this section are written by experienced professionals many of them experts in their field.
- > What Are The Benefits Of A Mediated Settlement?
- > What Happens After Mediation?
- > Is It Possible To Mediate With An Implacably Hostile Parent?
- > Control And Choices – A Mediator’s Perspective
- > Transforming Conversations – A Mediator’s Perspective
- > My Ex-Partner Is Sort Of Abusive. Is It Right To Expect Me To Go To Mediation?
- > Who Are National Family Mediation?
- > What Preparation Should I Do Before My First Mediation Session?
- > How Should I Prepare For My MIAM?
- > Can I Refuse To Go To Mediation?