Christian Conciliation Mediation

The Christian Conciliation mediation process provides a non-adversarial environment for the participants to work together with the Mediator to explore alternative ideas and ways to reach agreement using a base of Christian Principles and Values. The Mediator is a neutral facilitator working to create a positive atmosphere conducive to settlement.
Christian conflict resolution can be used:
conflict resolution and mediation

  •     In family matters.
  •     Dispute between Christians in the work place / business world.
  •     Disputes within Churches between individual members,
        Church groups, congregations, pastors, or between Churches.

Christian Conciliation can be used in a facilitative model to guide large group / small group discussions and resolution. But the basis is Christian Principals and Values.

The mediation process provides a non-adversarial environment for the participants to “let-their-guard-down” and work together with the mediator to explore alternative ideas and ways to reach conflict resolution and mediation

Mediation is a different approach to resolving disputes. Parties derive satisfaction in successfully reaching their own agreements with the help and guidance of a mediator. mediation process & christian conflict resolution
Mediation provides a non-adversarial environment for the participants to “let-their-guard-down” and work together with the mediator to explore alternative ideas and ways to reach agreement.

The Mediator is a neutral facilitator working to create a positive atmosphere conducive to settlement.

Mediation works for multiple areas of dispute such as family issues, real estate/construction disputes, probate disputes, and organizational conflicts (such as workplace, offices, churches, and schools).

Benefits of Mediation


•    Save money on Litigation expenses
•    Move through the Litigation process more quickly
•    Parties control their own decision making -- not the Court
•    Mediation Agreements typically are longer lasting than
      Court Ordered resolution
•    Can help preserve relationships (can be easier on children)

There are multiple approaches to resolving disputes.


Just as there are multiple areas of dispute: family issues, real estate/construction disputes, organizational conflicts (workplace, offices, churches) and civil litigation. Different disputes require different approaches to resolving those disputes.

Crilley Mediation Services is pleased to be able to offer a wider range of alternative forms of dispute resolution:


Mediation

Mediation provides a non-adversarial environment for the participants to work together with the mediator to explore alternative ideas and ways to reach agreement. The mediator is a neutral facilitator working to create a positive atmosphere conducive to settlement. Participants may attend with or without their attorney.


Facilitated Settlement

The neutral facilitator helps guide the parties through their own settlement of their disputes. Attorneys usually attend with the participants.

Arbitration

Participants submit their disagreement to an impartial arbitrator, usually agreeing that the arbitrator's ruling in the dispute will be binding and final. Attorneys usually attend with the participants.
 
Mediation, Facilitated Settlement, and Arbitration may occur in a joint session with all parties and the mediator present.  Or, the session may be conducted in caucus style, meaning the participants are in separate rooms and the mediator works back and forth between the participants’ rooms.

What is Mediation?

Mediation Process, Mediation, Alternative Dispute Resolution and Christian Conciliation

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