Resolution Center of Jefferson & Lewis Counties, Inc. For More Information: Jennifer Huttemann-Kall: (315) 785-0333 Jack W. Miller, President, Board of Directors: (315) 649-5460 The Resolution Center of Jefferson &…
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A unique process where mediators help people to understand each other’s point of view, balance the conversations so that all are heard and encourage parties to explore available solutions for a mutually acceptable agreement. Agreements can be submitted to attorneys or courts, if needed, for legal or judiciary review. Mediators are objective, non-judgmental and impartial. They do not give legal advice or provide counseling.
Another option when a face-to-face meeting is not possible. A staff member consults with both parties by phone conference call to establish their understanding and drafts an agreement.
A coach works one-one-one with a client to achieve more clarity about the situation, consider options for managing the situation, develop communication and negotiation skills, and/or create an action plan for addressing the situation.
A process to involve the stakeholders in a specific offense to collectively identify and address harms, needs and obligations, in order to heal and put things as right as possible.
A way to bring people together to have difficult conversations and to work through differences. It can be used for decision making and problem solving in families, schools, workplace and the criminal justice system.