Whether a dispute involves two individuals or a larger group, CTRI’s mediators will work with disputing parties to identify interests, clarify issues, and work towards options for resolving the conflict.
Alana has extensive mediation and group facilitation experience in justice, community, and school settings. She has trained hundreds of restorative justice facilitators and mediators in British Columbia, and currently…. Read more…
Aaron is a mediator, facilitator, and trainer who is passionate about supporting people through high-stakes, emotionally-charged conversations. Aaron believes that conflict presents a vital opportunity for individual and…. Read more…
Sometimes stress, personality differences, or other precipitating factors can lead to conflict between individuals or among an entire group. Dealing with conflict can be both frustrating and time consuming, and can limit the effectiveness of all the people involved. Whether a dispute involves two individuals or a larger group, a mediated process can resolve disputes that otherwise continue to be a burden on all those involved. CTRI’s mediators will work with disputing parties to identify interests, clarify issues, and work towards options for resolving the conflict. The time required for mediation is different in each situation and will be assessed on a case-by-case basis.
Successful mediation requires:
– The desire to resolve the conflict from both parties
– Both parties agree to the mediation process
– The mediator to be viewed as unbiased
While there are some circumstances (violence, harassment, etc.) where the use of mediation may not be suitable, in most cases, when all of the preceding points for successful mediation are met, mediation has a high success rate.