By Patricjk Bailey | If you need to conduct an intervention because of a family member’s addiction, having a family mediator manage the process can foster understanding and resolve pressing issues.
“Beyond Settlement: Fifty Shades of Satisfaction,” an APFM webinar on managing client satisfaction featuring Michael Lang. Recorded Sept. 25, 2018.
By Larry Gaughan | It is time to recreate the excitement of the 1980’s and move family mediation toward recognition as a fully established, separate, credentialed profession.
By Larry Gaughan | An impassioned plea for writing divorce agreements in language the parties can easily understand, instead of using antiquated form-books.
By Steve Erickson | Professional family mediators need both process skills and substantive knowledge about child development, parenting, family law, budgeting, and more.
By Chip Rose | How a mediation proceeds and how it ends depend on how it begins. Beginning with macro questions the clients can say yes to gets them off to a good start.