Marital Mediation is for couples experiencing marital difficulties and would prefer to stay married rather than divorce.

Marital Mediation is where couples work together with a trained mediator.  The mediator uses proven dispute resolution techniques to define and promote understanding of the source of conflicts and open and improve communication.

Marital & Family Mediation is a constructive way to resolve issues that come up over and over and to teach parents, couples, grandparents, and other family members to resolve conflict.

Significantly, Marital & Family Mediation teaches long term conflict resolution skills applicable to any conflict, in any situation, at any point in time.

Difference between Marital Mediation and Marital Counseling

Marital Mediation is not and cannot take the place of counseling.  Counseling is performed by a mental health professional and involves therapeutic analysis and insights.

Marital Mediation, on the other hand, is a more practical approach to solving conflict that relies on dispute resolution techniques.

The key benefit of Marital Mediation that is it teaches conflict resolution, constructive communication and understanding of the source and solutions to conflict.