Mediation is an out-of-court way of resolving conflicts independently with the help of a neutral third party (mediator). Mediation is based on the autonomy, competence and decision-making ability of each individual. Based on the acceptance of different points of view and subjective realities, mediation promotes the willingness and ability of the conflict parties to cooperate and enables future-oriented as well as mutually interest-oriented and fair solutions. (Definition by Konstanzer Schule für Mediation)

Co-mediation means that the mediation is conducted by two (or more) mediators. It often makes sense for both sexes to be represented in a mediation and for the mediators to come from different professional groups.
Together with Dr. Bruno Sternath, a psychotherapist and certified mediator (MedG), I also offer co-mediations.

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