Types of Mediation
I focus my mediation practice at this time on small business/customer disputes and on conflicts related to housing, including:
- Friends and roommates
- Multi-generational households
- Landlords and tenants
- Teens and their parents.
My fee scale is designed to be accessible and reasonable for various types of mediation and situations. Learn more about whether mediation and my services are a good fit for your situation by reading my page of FAQs on Mediation.
Locations & Remote Services
I provide third party neutral services remotely by phone, or video conferencing. I also mediate in-person in Texas in the Austin-Round Rock metro area as well as throughout Williamson, Travis, Bastrop, Lee, Bell and Burnet counties.
In total I have completed over 200 hours of training in dispute resolution through the Association for Conflict Resolution, Texas Mediator Credentialing Association, Austin Mediators Association, Central Texas Dispute Resolution Center and from the Dispute Resolution Center in Austin.
I have completed additional training and courses in:
- Data Privacy Law
- Employment Law
- Non-profit Organization Leadership & Management
- Intercultural Communication & Sensitivity
- Domestic Violence 101
- Social Justice & Empowerment
- Meeting & Community Facilitation Processes
- Restorative Circles
- Motivational Interviewing
- Non-violent Communication
- Conscious Choosing for Flow™
- Non-violent Crisis Prevention
- Mental Health First Aid.
You can read more about my training and professional experience in About Me.
Get in touch to ask me a question or schedule a free consultation. I look forward to hearing from you.
As a starting point, a list of questions to help you make the most of a mediation session.
Symbols and rituals can be useful for mediating relationship conflict when parties have no choice but to continue to interact in the future.
What clients tell me after mediation: