A sincere heartfelt apology can go a long way to repair a relationship. In mediation, sometimes parties are able to transform toxic patterns by acknowledging past mistakes and sharing feelings of remorse about the effect those mistakes had on the relationship. Apologizing to clear the air and right past wrongs often permits parties to focus on the future and re-establish trust. When one party apologizes and the other party accepts the apology, both people are saying they want the post-divorce relationship to function well. Offering an apology is not a sign of weakness, it is a tool of strength.
Parker Mediation is approved by the Massachusetts Superior Court ADR
Superior Court Chief Justice Barbara J. Rouse approved Parker Mediation as a Superior Court ADR Provider program. Parker Mediation, a provider of court-connected dispute resolution services, is pleased to be recognized and approved by the Massachusetts Superior Court.
We’re Celebrating 10 Years of Success in 2010!
In honor of this achievement we are asking current and former clients to send us comments about their experience in mediation. We want to hear from you. Log on to our website and contact us. We will kick off our celebration in January 2010 by posting highlights from our customers.
For the past ten years Parker Mediation has developed a competitive advantage in creating well designed divorce settlements. We are driven to ensure that every mediation experience is satisfying. We will listen to your comments, and your suggestions will be our inspiration, to not only act differently, but think differently.
To all our clients, thank you for allowing Parker Mediation to guide you. Helping you to succeed has been our winning strategy.
The Association for Conflict Resolution (ACR) will hold its 9th annual conference in Atlanta, GA October 7-9, 2009. Approximately 1,000 conflict resolution practitioners will attend this years event. Some of the fields most highly regarded professionals will speak about topics ranging from “Mediation of a parenting dispute with a Gay parent” to “Advance mediation techniques to move beyond the impasse“.
You can find out more about the conference details including speakers and topics in this press release (PDF format) by the Association for Conflict Resolution.