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Can family mediation work in unusual situations?

We feel we have addressed the question of how family mediation works and the benefits of using this process in cases where there are two separated partners.  We’ve also talked about involving children in child mediation, known as Child Inclusive Mediation.  But what happens where your family set up is more complicated than that?  Is family mediation still an option that can be used?   In looking at this blog we are thinking primarily about the following situations:    Step…

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How do you know when a marriage is over?

It might sound a strange question but we see a lot of clients who either aren’t sure whether there is any chance of saving their marriage, or who have been told that the other person wants the relationship to end but they don’t.  So this begs the question how do you know when a marriage or relationship is at an end?   Firstly, any relationship needs two people to want it to work, and for it to be able to…

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What are divorce coaches and can they really help when you separate?

If you’re going through a separation or a divorce and have been looking for information online then you may have come across divorce coaches.  You may be wondering what they do or whether they can help you to get through a divorce.  Coaching seems to be an increasing trend in recent years and you may be wondering whether divorce coaching is just a step too far and what it’s all about.   We’re often talking about the importance of accessing…

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Life after Separation for Children (FB Live)

Following our blog about what happens for children after a separation we went live on Facebook to talk more about this including highlighting key messages and looking at where to get help if you feel your children are struggling or you’ve noticed changes in their behaviour that you’re concerned about.       Please follow and like us:

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What happens after a separation for children?

In a recent blog post we talked about what happens after a separation and how you can come back from a low place to contemplate and eventually embrace life after divorce?  We gave some tips for divorce recovery both in the short term and the long term.  You can have a look at that blog by clicking here.  We’re now revisiting that question but from the perspective of children whose parents are separating.   It can be difficult getting the…

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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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Why are we so passionate about family mediation?

In this video Louisa talks about her passion for family mediation and explains that passion feels like to her and what it is is about family mediation that makes her feel so strongly about it.  She talks about how family mediation enhances communication for separating couples and what the benefits of that are.   Please follow and like us:

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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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