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Our Services

Family Mediation (Child Focused)

Parents who have separated or divorced sometimes find it challenging to organise their shared responsibilities to their children, especially when other conflicts and emotions get in the way.

Whenever it's safe and possible, children benefit from positive relationships with both parents.

 

Family Mediation involves parents working alongside a trained, impartial mediator to make positive, workable arrangements in relation to co-parenting their children.

Sessions are offered free of charge and all mediators are, registered with Relationships Scotland and receive regular practice supervision. As a member of the Relationships Scotland network all our mediators meet their high practice standards.

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Parenting Apart

Parenting Apart is a one session course for parents who are divorced or separated. These sessions are hosted by mediators who share information with parents on practical ideas such as:

  • How to build a positive future for their children

  • How to talk to children about separation or divorce

  • Increasing understanding of what you and your children are going through

  • How to improve communication

No ex partners will attend the same group and one to one sessions are also available on request.

Sessions are offered free of charge and lead mediators are, registered with Relationships Scotland and receive regular practice supervision. As a member of the Relationships Scotland network all our mediators meet their high practice standards.

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Young People and Families Mediation

Most families experience difficulties at some time. This can feel particularly challenging at times of change.

Young people and families mediation gives people the opportunity to be supported by a trained family mediator to talk and explore difficulties safely and understand each other’s experiences and views.

Young People and Families Mediation consists of individual and joint sessions.

Sessions are offered free of charge and all mediators are, registered with Relationships Scotland and receive regular practice supervision. As a member of the Relationships Scotland network all our mediators meet their high practice standards.

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Community Mediation 

It is common for conflict to arise in the community between people due to issues such as misunderstandings and breakdowns in communication, noise nuisance, anti-social behavior, parking or boundary disputes.  Disputes can range from small scale disagreements to those which are serious which impact heavily on all involved. This can include engagement of the police, housing officers, social workers and other public agencies.

Community Mediation involves people working alongside a trained, impartial mediator to find common ground and resolve disputes. 

Typically, agreements can be made at an early stage and may only require one or two sessions.

Sessions are offered free of charge and all mediators are trained by the Scottish Community Mediation Centre and follow the Scottish Community Mediation Charter.

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Relationship Counselling

Relationship Counselling offers a safe space for couples to help explore their relationships by identifying and understanding the challenges they are experiencing with a fully qualified counsellor. 

Sessions are offered free of charge and all counsellors are Diploma qualified, registered with their professional body (COSCA or BACP) and receive regular practice supervision. As a member of the Relationships Scotland network all our counsellors meet their high practice standards.

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