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Accredited Family Mediator

Train to Become and ACCREDITED Family Mediator

Train to become an ACCREDITED Family Mediator with us

Do you feel you have the empathy, understanding and desire to helpMediator separating families? Are you interested in gaining additional qualifications? Do you fancy a change in career direction where you can earn up to £60K a year?  Then train to become an accredited family mediator!

Mediation UK have partnered with Mediation MK and are now offering Family Mediator Courses which are starting in September 2021, each course will run over 3 months, after which you will receive the cases and supervision to enable you to become accredited THEN we provide you cases to enable you to run your new Family Mediation Business.

We are the only Family Mediation Training company to provide the additional support, supervision and case loads to enable you to become fully accredited as well kick start your career. Usually you would have to seek a PPC &/or company yourself to enable your accreditation and then seek for the work yourself.

Fantastic value of ONLY £2950; payment plans for affordability are available.

Contact us or email toni@mediationmk.org.uk 

Family mediation is a process in which an independent, professionally trained mediator helps you work out arrangements for children and finances following separation.

Mediation can also be helpful when arrangements you’ve made before need to change, particularly as your children grow up.

Mediation helps you stay in control. No-one will make you do anything against your wishes.

The mediator will help you find a solution which works for you both and will explain what needs to happen to make an agreement between you legally binding.

FMC Registered Mediators have helped hundreds of thousands of families to agree on financial arrangements after separation, and to find a way to parent their children co-operatively after separation.

The process is less stressful and significantly quicker than going to court, and can save you money. Legal aid is available if you are financially eligible.

Mediators work with separating couples in ways that are flexible and tailor-made for your situation.  You do not have to be in the same space as your ex if you or the mediator decides that working with you in separate spaces would be preferable.

for more information on FMC Accreditation click here: https://www.familymediationcouncil.org.uk/mediator-area/standards-codes-guidance/fmc-accreditation-faqs/

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Workplace Mediation

Workplace Mediation

Covid certainly changed the landscape in which we worked, how we worked and who we came in to physical contact with on a day-to-day basis.
 
Since restrictions have been eased have you found that your workplace has additional stresses/pressure from a certain party? This may be a peer, colleague, line manager, someone in a different department perhaps? Then we can help with Workplace Mediation!
Here are some tell tale signs that being unhappy at work is effecting you
  • Weight gain – According to a study from the National Center for Biotechnology Information, unhappy workers are likely to gain weight. Weight gain brings about all sorts of physical problems and illnesses. An unhappy work life also robs you of the motivation you need to eat healthy and exercise. According to the study, “The eating behavior can be affected by psychological job stress responses such as tension/anxiety and depression. Workers feeling stressed may be more likely to develop their eating behavior to eat much and gain weight.”
  • Getting sick – If you’re stressed, unhappy, and feeling unappreciated at work, you might find yourself getting sick more often. An article in the Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology reported that people who hate their jobs are more prone to getting sick, and also more prone to depression. The BBC confirms this as well.
  • Isolation and damaged relationships – When you’re negative and miserable all the time, others find it difficult to be around you. There are people in your life who love you unconditionally, but even they might struggle to spend time with you if you’re always upset because of your job. Strained relationships are a common side effect of hating your job.
  • Lack of sleep – The stress, anxiety, and tension that come from hating your job can seriously impede your ability to get a good night’s sleep. From The Huffington Post, “People who are miserable at work often find it harder to fall asleep or they don’t sleep as well. You’ve probably been there: [lying] awake, staring at the ceiling, listening to the ticking clock on the nightstand as visions of your to-do list or frustrating co-worker dance through your head. This is bad for your health, because sleep restores the body and strengthens the immune system.”

As the stress, anxiety, tension, dread, missed sleep, damaged relationships, and illness add up, your physical and mental health take a huge hit. Even if your job isn’t killing you, it’s hurting you.

At Mediation MK we provide a safe, unbiased and efficient conflict resolution. We give you and the other party an opportunity to air issues and concerns and then find a positive outcome. It really is a simple as that.
 
This service can also take the pressure of your HR department. If you are having conflicts within your business, why not give us a call?
We can take the conflict “out of the business” and give the parties concerned an environment where they feel they can speak freely without any repercussions. This means their honest feelings can be brought to the forefront, which in turn means we can work on what is affecting their work life.
 
We spend a large percentage of waking time at or thinking about work; no one deserves to be unhappy. A happy workforce is a productive workforce!
 
Take that vital step today and contact Mediation MK by clicking here for the details
 
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Workplace Mediation

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Everyone Deserves Happiness

Everyone Deserves Happiness

What is Happiness? What makes you happy? People? Activities?

Achievements? Memories? Music? Whatever it may be, I know one thing which is true for all of us that it is noticeable when we are unhappy.

 
Even if you haven’t had a specific diagnosis, you will be able to describe yourself of being unhappy. This will usually be coupled with various other feelings: anger, disappointment, anxiety, distress, confusion.
 
This is totally normal and the great thing is that there is help whatever your circumstances, situation or depth of feelings.
 
On any journey the hardest part is taking the first step. We all deserve to be happy. Yes, that means you too. You DESERVE to be happy and we can help you on your journey.
 
All it takes is that first step. That feeling of “you know what, I’ve had enough of feeling like this, I want it to change”. Come and speak to us at Mediation MK.
 
We are here for you so let’s get you started on your journey, click here for our contact details
 

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Our Team are here to listen to you and help you resolve your family issues amicably and without spending £1000's on Solictors fees.

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It costs nothing to chat with a member of our team to assess your situation and put a plan in place.

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It’s Pride Month – We are here to support you

It’s Pride Month – We are here to support you

As its Pride Month, Mediation MK would like to show our support and also inform those of you who class yourself part of the LGBTQ+ community, we are here for you! (https://nationaltoday.com/pride-month/)

Are you going through a separation or divorce where you feel you cannot communicate with your partner/ex-partner? Perhaps you need to discuss children, property or finances with an unbiased party. We are here to help! We offer all types of mediation not just Family but Commercial, Community, Civil and Workplace.

Being part of the LGBTQ+ community, statically could also mean you suffer from mental health. Please don’t suffer in silence we are here to support you!

Whether this be depression, anxiety, addiction, domestic violence, anger, anorexia, bulimia, self-harming, suicidal thoughts, bipolar… etc. Anything that you feel you would benefit from speak to someone about then let us help and support you. We have trained therapists and counsellors who will provide a safe environment to discuss absolutely anything.

It’s OK Not TO Be OK

So if you would benefit from either Mediation or Mental Health Support please give us a call today

It’s Pride Month – We are here to support you

 #Pride #Pride2021 #Mediation #Anxiety #Depression #Addiction #Selfcare

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Professional and highly trained

Our Team are here to listen to you and help you resolve your family issues amicably and without spending £1000's on Solictors fees.

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It costs nothing to chat with a member of our team to assess your situation and put a plan in place.

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We are Now Members of the Civil Mediation Council

Mediation MK is extremely pleased and proud to announce that we are now members of the Civil Mediation Council (CMC)

Mediation is a confidential process that gives parties control over the outcome. Mediators might provide participants with information about what the laws says in particular circumstance or options available to parties, but they do so from a neutral perspective with no interest in the outcome of the dispute and cannot impose a solution.

Within mediation, offers can be made without influencing what happens if the dispute is eventually resolved in court (known as offers made ‘without prejudice’) which can enable participants to try to reach a settlement without compromising their position.

If agreement is reached in mediation, put in writing and signed, it is binding like any other contract. If court proceedings have already commenced, an order of the court which reflects what was agreed in mediation can be made by agreement of those involved (known as a ‘consent order’ or a ‘Tomlin order’).

What does that mean to you? If you have a dispute that is other than a family matter, which you cannot resolve yourself then we can step in and help reach a resolution and/or settlement.

If you would like to see more about the CMC have a look at their webiste: https://civilmediation.org/

Have you had some work done on your house or place of business and the service was not up to the standard promised? Have your purchased and item which was faulty or not as described, and the vendor won’t provide a refund or exchange? Have you had an agreement with another business and they have failed to meet your order or the have not kept up to their side of the agreement? Whatever it may be we can help!

If you would like to discuss your situation further and take a step closer to getting your issue resolved then contact us today

We are Now Member of the Civil Mediation Council

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Our Team are here to listen to you and help you resolve your family issues amicably and without spending £1000's on Solictors fees.

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