Coaching For Individuals
Compassion coaching offer an accelerated path of healing and learning for your relationships. Individuals are helped to experience their wholeness while finding peace and reconciliation that restores a spirit of cooperation in caring for the needs of self and others.
Coaching For Parents
Parenting is the hardest job you’ll ever love. Often overwhelming, parenting within challenging moments raises even more questions. What are healthy ways of engaging with our children that strengthen their development while instilling consideration of others, responsibility and harmony for our family?
You will learn new tools to create a healthy family that empower the engagement of your different styles and life experiences. Learn how to present a united, compassionate response to the opportunities and challenges of family life.
Coaching For Couples
Couples are helped to connect with universal needs we all share as human beings, and out of that connection there is very often a natural desire to joyfully contribute to the needs of their partner, and to invite others to freely contribute to them out of that compassionate energy.
Mediation, Reconciliation and Healing
NVC Compassionate Mediation has proven to be an effective means of reconciling differing perspectives into mutually satisfying solutions. The tools provided are also beneficial regardless of the type of conflict. The process of self care and the care of others is the same; learning to identify underlying needs of the individuals before creating collaborative strategies that are respectful and inclusive of all involved.
An alternative dispute resolution process whereby a neutral third-party (the Mediator) will help and guide a couple through resolving the issues and financial matters of divorce.
When a couple chooses to mediate, lawyers are not also required at any point in their divorce unless either/both spouses choose to involve them. That makes mediating a good option for those who prefer to divorce without attorneys.
- Help you and your spouse (the parties) identify and understand the relevant subjects that need to be addressed in your divorce so informed decisions can be made by each of you
- Act as peacemaker while guiding negotiations between you and your husband or wife on any areas of disagreement
- Bring options to the table and help you create a mutually acceptable agreement that is customized to the unique needs of your situation and the unique needs of your children pertaining to your parenting plan and timesharing, child support, alimony (spousal support/maintenance/spousal maintenance), division of marital property and debts and other important topics
- Draft much of the required paperwork including a Memorandum of Understanding which outlines the tenants of your agreement.