Couples experiencing marital problems can seek help to resolve conflicts, avoid divorce and stay married. This can be achieved through mediation and improve communication and conflict resolution skills facilitated by a neutral third person, a mediator. This process helps them communicate better, settle their differences and learn to resolve future conflicts on their own.
Conflict is inevitable but can be resolved early and in a positive manner. Persistent argument and quarrels if left unresolved can escalate harming relationships. This process can help you and your spouse when you realize there are issues you cannot handle on your own.
Marital problems shouldn’t always result in a divorce. Couples concerned about the state of their marriage or fear that their relationship is deteriorating can restore it to where they want it to be with the help of couples mediation.
Couples unable to settle their disagreements due to poor communication and strong emotions can be assisted to communicate and settle their discord.
The mediator can work with an individual or one of the parties if the other spouse is unwilling or unable to come to mediation. Mediation is voluntary, private and confidential.
Mediation is not applicable in cases involving violence, threats of violence or abuse.