Mediation is a process that is concerned with equity and balance versus right and wrong. Mediation involves two or more participants and is a collaborative, communication and problem-solving dialogue. Participants may: explore patterns of communication that result in fractured relationships/dynamics, resolve longstanding differences, and/or learn to receive the concerns and feelings of the other participants.
The goal of this service is to build understanding and awareness of each person’s role in the relationship and communication dynamic. The mediator provides a framework, objective facilitation, and creates conditions for all voices to be heard in order to find common ground and a clear, productive path forward.
FLYY’s mediation services typically involves three to five sessions lasting up to two hours each. The mediator will meet separately with each “party” before running a joint session. Mediation works best when all parties are willing to participate with an open mind and the desire to move forward.
To make a referral or have general questions about the Flight program, please call Jordan Rozeske at 608-512-6109 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.