I recently attended a mediation for an issue with a neighbor dispute. I can not say enough good things about this process. If you need resolution to a problem, please use take the opportunity provided by this service. It takes you out of a court room. You are in a very relaxed atmosphere. The mediators are are terrific and attend to both parties needs and truly hear what you are saying.
It was such a wonderful experience and the best part was it had a very positive outcome. There is peace and harmony between myself and my neighbor now.
If you truly want to work on an issue and have the mind set of coming to a resolution, than this is a perfect fit. Thank you so much for your program. It is truly a very important asset to the community! More people should know about it!
~ Anonymous (Regarding a Mediation)

I attended the basic mediation training and employment conflict resolution trainings at Center for Resolutions and I received the highest quality training with a highly skilled staff.  They focused on practical, hands-on role-playing to simulate the experience of actual mediations.  The trainings exceeded my expectations and I look forward to continuing my professional education with Center for Resolutions.

~ G. Lawrence DeMarco, LLM
DeMarco & DeMarco, P.C.

The most valuable learning experience for me was seeing the children engage in the role plays and the overall excitement and pride they feel in having been chosen for the School Peer Mediation Program. (For Upper Darby Westbrook Park Elementary)

~ Steve Sarti – Be Proud Foundation

The youth that  we have hosted have been nothing but wonderful. Their willingness to help and their positive attitude have brought many smiles to the faces of Plush Mills Residents. We are so grateful to partner with the Center for Resolutions.

~Sara McManus – Social Worker at Plush Mills Senior Living Center (Regarding Youth Aid Panel)

Greetings,
I thought I’d share with you something my son told me a few weeks ago.

We were talking about the work he’s doing today in Texas and he mentioned that the training in mediation and conflict that he took with the Center for Resolutions, shortly after he graduated from college, included many of the skills he uses every day with staff, physicians, other administrators and even with prisoners.  He is currently administrator of a 200 bed, in-patient hospital in a maximum security prison outside of Houston, Texas.  He is responsible for doctors, nurses, other medical personnel, managing chronic illnesses as well as negotiating with providers of services and supplies.

What he learned about negotiations and conflict has been invaluable.  Thought you might want to know your work has extended into Texas!!!

~ Anonymous (Regarding Basic Mediation Training)

Very informative and great presentation to the kids. They were comfortable enough to speak with the instructors! Nice relaxing setting and I feel that my child learned a lot from the class.

~Anonymous (Regarding Youth Aid Panel)

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