Mediation is a voluntary process between two or more parties in conflict searching for an alternative to the traditional court system. Center for Resolutions’ mediators are neutral third parties, who do not serve as a judge or lawyer, and they are not there to make a decision for the parties. They guide the disputants through the process and facilitate a conversation to help them understand each other’s point of view. If the parties are able to reach an agreement, the mediator will help document the details which may be enforceable in court.
Scenarios that commonly utilize mediation include:
- Neighbor disputes
- Workplace disputes
- Property disputes
- Breach of contracts
- Parenting plans
- School conflict
Mediation is completely voluntary and confidential. At CFR, we offer our services with flexible scheduling and on a sliding scale, based on income.
If you are looking to resolve a dispute, please contact our office to see how mediation may benefit you.
Telephone: (610) 566-7710
In addition to facilitating mediations, we also offer trainings to help professionals resolve conflict in their daily lives both in and out of the workplace. All of our mediation trainings offer SHRM (Society for Human Resource Management), PA-CLE (Pennsylvania Continuing Legal Education) and NASW-PA CEU (National Association of Social Workers Pennsylvania Chapter Continuing Education Units) credits, along with teaching various skill sets on how to mitigate conflict. Our customized trainings are sought after by organizations, lawyers, social workers, teachers, administrators, human resources staff, and individuals.