We are often asked to contribute to articles and other publications outside of our own blog so that we can lend our expertise to different issues. Below are some of the recent newspaper articles, books and podcasts that we’ve been featured in together with awards that we’ve been nominated, shortlisted for, or won.
We were delighted that Louisa Whitney was shortlisted for Family law Commentator of the year in 2021. Our commentary is a big part of who we are as we are aware that many of those separating cannot always afford to access lawyers and mediators, and rely on information that is posted online and on social media. We also like to talk about the emotional as well as the legal, financial and practical issues in a separation. As a small business without a big corporate budget the fact that our commentary was shortlisted means a lot to us.
Publications and newspapers
Louisa was thrilled to be asked to write the first wellbeing column for Resolution’s newly re-launched Review magazine It’s not behind a firewall so you don’t need to be a Resolution member to read it.
Talking in Communication Intelligence about our recommendations for challenging negotiations – Louisa always loves talking about the 4Cs of effective communication
Louisa Whitney was featured in wearethecity.com talking about amicable separation and the reasons why this is the best option wherever possible.
Louisa Whitney was also a contributor to this important book – a handbook for survivors of domestic abuse. If you are someone fleeing abuse you can ask for a copy for free. Please contact us and we can arrange to get a free copy for you.
Louisa was really excited to be interviewed on Nova Cobban’s Wumm (R) The Rebirth Podcast. She genuinely believes (as we all do at LKW Family Mediation) that so many things that happen to us in life are ultimately a re-birth and divorce is often a huge rebirth. She enjoyed taking about about her own re-birth from family lawyer to family mediator.
Louisa loves the conversational style and the brilliant guidance on the Mum Mind podcast and so she was thrilled to be invited on to talk about separation and putting your kids first with Stef McSherry and Bethan O’Riordan
The Drama Dialogues with Jenny Jarvis: Unravelling the drama of divorce: Divorce mediation and how it helps Louisa really enjoyed talking to Jenny about divorce mediation and hearing Jenny’s personal perspective as well as the coaching skills she used to help people going through separation.
Louisa recently enjoyed chatting to Lesli Doares on her Happily Ever After is Just the Beginning podcast talking about Child Inclusive Mediation and how having a voice in their parents’ separation can be a brilliant thing for children.
Louisa was interviewed on Tamsin Caine’s brilliant Smart Divorce podcast. Tamsin is a Chartered Financial Planner who hosts this practical divorce focused podcast. You can listen to the podcast here or check out the vlog here.
I love Wendy Capewell’s Love, Listen, Talk, Repeat podcast so much that I went back on it to talk about effective communication and what I see as the all important 4 Cs of effective communication. These are the four essential pillars with basic and more complex levels: Calm, Constructive, Conscious and Compassionate
Louisa was a guest on the Beyond the Dawn of Business – Pretty Empowered Entrepreneurs podcast talking about setting up a mediation practice and how Louisa brought her own approach to this as well as talking about the benefits of using family mediation in a separation.
Louisa was featured on Sara Davison’s Heartbreak to Happiness podcast talking all things mediation.
Louisa joined Helen Ferguson as part of her Conversations with Compassion series to talk about what self-compassion means to her.
Louisa was recently featured on the Divorce Coaching podcast with Tom Nash aka Mr Divorce Coach and Fay Petcher from Feel Positive Coaching talking about child inclusive mediation. You can listen here.
Louisa Whitney joined Holly Worton on the Business Mindset podcast to talk about career pivots and how she moved from a solicitor to a family mediator
Louisa Whitney joined Wendy Capewell on the Love, Listen, Talk, Repeat podcast to talk about family mediation and why this is a useful option when your relationship hasn’t worked out
If you’d like one of our mediators to contribute to a publication, article, book or podcast then please get in touch.