Conflict resolution in the family. Families resolving family conflicts using constructive methods. Empowering them with family conflict resolution strategies to effectively manage and resolve conflicts.
Supporting families experiencing separation and divorce resolve their family law disputes in a non-adversarial way. Those in need as a result of our support and resources, access free family mediation, overcome challenges and protect their vulnerable children.
FAMILY DISPUTE RESOLUTION
Helping separated parents resolve family law disputes and reach agreements that focus on the needs of their children without going to court. This is dispute resolution alternative to litigation in family law proceedings which makes mediation available to you.
The process of mediation helps them resolve their disputes with the help of a professional mediator who acts as a neutral third party and facilitates discussion. The mediator helps them work out child custody arrangements, maintenance agreements and other family law matters.
You create a parenting plan that enables you continue to care for your children and that fits the needs of your family situation after separation. The process is quicker and you resolve your dispute without costly and stressful court proceedings.
WOMEN IN NEED
Legal help for women who want to bring family law proceedings against their former spouses regarding issues over child custody, parenting arrangements, maintenance and other family law matters but can’t afford the expenses of a court case.
Women experiencing disadvantage to address legal issues arising from marital breakdown and domestic violence because they are unable to afford legal costs are assisted to access free legal help, community resources and legal options that is, discuss the issues in dispute and consider different options.
CONFLICT RESOLUTION IN MARRIAGE
Every marriage is unique. Every marriage is different. Know the person you are married to. Understand your spouse and never allow comparisons to other people’s homes. You need to be sensitive to the needs of your other, complement do not compete with each other.
Cooperate to solve problems between you recognizing you are two imperfect people from different backgrounds coming together in marriage. Identify your weaknesses and work together to solve the problem with respect and love.
When the problems in your marriage become difficult for you to resolve by your own attempts, it is a good idea to seek professional help. A neutral third party, the mediator can guide you through the tough communication needed to get your marriage back on track.
You work together to positively resolve your differences setting aside your anger, bitterness, hurt and cooperate to pursue peace and happiness in your marriage.
MANAGING TEENAGE PROBLEMS
Use effective and assertive communication. communicate clearly and calmly to get to the root of the problem and solve it. Ask questions to make him express his feelings, needs and concerns. Listening well.
When a child exhibits challenging behaviour or when he has made wrong choices, there is the need for the parent to evaluate their own lifestyle, what they are modeling to the child and the impact of their parenting style in the life of the child.
Be a role model. Pay attention to your own attitudes, habits and approach to parenting in terms of discipline, love, guidance and meeting the unique needs of the child.
CONFLICT RESOLUTION EDUCATION
Teaching conflict resolution skills to young people in schools, communities and juvenile facilities to resolve differences peacefully. Conflict resolution programmes that can help the youth effectively manage conflicts, reduce anti-social behavior and violence.
They learn new skills to respond to conflict in non violent ways, express their points of view, voice their interests and find mutually acceptable solutions without resorting to violence. New skills that prepare them for a less violent future.
Inculcating in them the ability to identify problems, establish calm, understand the feelings of others and deal constructively with conflict. Building safer, more supportive learning environments, motivating socially responsible youths preparing youths for the future.
Different States Youth Development Programmes