Mediation is a way of sorting any differences between you and someone else, with the help of a third person who won't take sides. The third person is called a mediator.

A mediator can help you reach an agreement about issues with money, property or children.

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Did you know that mediation is now the first step in resolving any dispute about the arrangements for a child, including contact and residence disputes?
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The Family Group Conferencing (FGC) and Mediation Service is based in Plymouth and offers a range of options to support families in times of difficulty.
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As a parent, the welfare of your child or young person is of paramount importance. For a child or young person with special education needs, also known as 'SEN', disagreements about the best way forward to meet their needs often requires an experienced, neutral mediator in order to be resolved.
Evidence clearly identifies the impact of trauma on children, and highlights children who are exposed to parental conflict can suffer long-term harm affecting emotional and social development, mental health, educational attainment, relationships, and employability.
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Resolve Devon provides a range of Mediation Services across Plymouth and Devon. Workplace mediation enables those persons having difficulties or conflict in the workplace a positive opportunity to resolve things and find a way forward. Conflict can occur with other colleagues, teams, management, both on a practical and interpersonal level, and can have a significant impact on productivity, health and wellbeing.