Conflict is difficult because it involves high emotions and can often be seen as a win or lose proposition.
We may feel threatened and alone in the process. Old ways of dealing with conflict often don’t work— sometimes, help and a new approach is needed. With the right support, we open up the possibility for effective conflict resolution to create a new and hopeful future.
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Solve Problems Outside of the Courtroom
Drawn out court cases related to family issues can be a drain on time and money. In many cases, mediation offers a healthier, more economical approach to resolving these problems.
Center for Family Resolution coaches Amy Armstrong, Wendi Stern, Terri Johnston, and Deb Frazier are parent educators, mediators, and parenting coordinators and are here to serve you and your family. Dedicated to the productive resolution of conflict, these professionals help hundreds of families reach their goals for effective parenting and co-parenting.