anneliesgeraets

transformative coach & mediator

  • There are tensions between you and your siblings due to past events, divorce, concerns over parents....

  • There are tensions between you and your child(ren) and you want to have a dialogue about this...

  • There are tensions between your children and you want to clear things up (before you make your will)...

  • You have made your will and you want to clarify things to avoid problems after your death ...

 

In all these cases it is advisable to have a conversation with each other. However, emotions can run high during such discussions. It may therefore be appropriate to call upon a mediator, who will support you and ensure that the conversations take place in an effective and respectful manner and that everyone has the opportunity to express their needs and concerns.

 

Addressing these issues requires great courage, but if the conversations go well, they can break through painful, entrenched situations and provide a new start for those involved, where arguments and dissatisfaction can give way to understanding and respect.​

family mediation