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Becoming a Family Mediator (FB Live)

This is Facebook Live Louisa Whitney talks about qualifying as a family mediator and whats involved and how might look at doing this training.  She also talks about how much she enjoys working as a PPC (Professional Practising Consultant) and developing, supporting and mentoring other mediators.      

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Fancy training as a family mediator?

In our last blog we talked about why we’re so passionate about family mediation and what we think the benefits are of using the family mediation process to find a resolution when you separate from someone.  We believe it can help with healing after divorce an with life after divorce.  It enables couples to manage their separation in a much more constructive way and this can be a crucial tool in coping with divorce.   If you like what we…

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What makes us so passionate about family mediation?

Here at LKW Family Mediation we talk, blog and broadcast about the benefits of family mediation and we believe passionately that if most separations were dealt with through the family mediation process there would be much better outcomes for separating couples and their children.  But why?  What makes us say this?  And well aren’t we just a teensy bit biased? The thing about using a family mediation service is that it encourages ownership of the issues in dispute.  Firstly, because…

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Life after Separation

Coping with divorce is a far from easy task and often you can struggle to know which way is up following a separation. Depression after divorce is common and separation can often throw up other issues such as anxiety, low self-esteem, sleeping problems and all manner of other issues. The divorce recovery can take some time and it can certainly be a long time before you feel there is life after divorce. Living alone after divorce can also give rise…

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How to avoid taking your children to war

In mediation we sometimes see parents where the relationship between one parent and the child or children is starting to break down, or has already.  That person can present as being frustrated with what is happening, very sad at the turn of events, extremely angry or a combination of all of these and more.  The reasons for this are varied but at this stage we should make clear that we are talking about situations where neither parent presents a risk…

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Decluttering our thoughts, emotions and feelings

We can all find ourselves laden down at times with thoughts, emotions and feelings that are no longer helping us in the same way we can find our homes drowning under a weight of possessions and paperwork.  This can often be evident following a separation which is such a significant life event.  In this video Louisa talks a little about this and aims to start a thought process with people about how we might move forward from identifying that we…

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I’m sure my ex won’t engage in mediation

A big theme in new enquiries to LKW Family Mediation recently has been the fear that the other person won’t engage in the family mediation process, or that they won’t engage with good grace.  We have honestly lost count of the number of times that we’ve been told the other person won’t come to a meeting only to have them reply that they’d really like to come and when can they book an appointment. Money is of course tight during…

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