MEDIATIONMediation is a well established process for resolving conflict, in which a mediator acting as an impartial third party will help those in disagreement to find a mutually acceptable way forward.
TRAININGThe more you understand about others and about yourself, the more in control of your life you can be. A conflict can occur between individuals or groups. It can happen anywhere.
SCHOOL WORKAnger management sessions in school are more beneficial to the pupils when they are delivered as a one to one lesson, this enables work to be completed efficiently without distractions.
DIVORCE & SEPARATIONIf you and your partner have decided to separate, we will not try to persuade you to stay together – that is a decision for you to make. We are here to help you through the pain and difficulties.
Our organisation offers mediation services as an alternative dispute resolution mechanism to law and the courts. Since the early 1990’s, there has been swift growth in the use of mediation in Britain, resolving conflict in ever new areas of dispute.
The aims of Mansfield Mediation are to work with communities to reduce low level conflict and to educate and train people in effective methods of conflict resolution.
Our core business is in neighbour mediation. Neighbour mediation is mostly a free service for those going through the process which can often resolve real problems. The types of issues that create conflict for neighbours include: loud music, banging doors, late night DIY, children, boundaries, parking, dogs and other environmental issues.
Other areas of mediation where we are able to provide services include: family (helping to prevent homelessness), community (several party involvement), landlord and tenant (where tenants may be at risk of eviction), and also workplace (disputes in the workplace).
Mediation is about giving an equal voice to those in conflict. The mediation service holds a commitment to independence, impartiality and confidentiality.
For more information please contact us
Jason McBride (Support worker @ Framework)
Stephen Evans, North Lincolnshire Homes