anneliesgeraets

transformative coach & mediator

Your relationship is no longer going the way you want it to ...

There are annoyances, but conversations about them are difficult to get going ...

Signals have already been sent out, but they were not well received ...

A new impulse would be welcome ...

One of the most difficult things we face in a relationship is communicating efficiently and correctly about what is on our minds and at the same time being open to our partner's opinions and feelings.

If you can no longer work it out together, mediation can be a solution. Contrary to what you might think, relationship mediation has nothing at all to do with therapy. In a relationship mediation my role as mediator is limited to that of an unbiased and neutral third party, who helps you to get the dialogue going (again) without getting involved in the content. I stimulate you to paint a clear picture together of how your relationship works and what your expectations and needs are that must be met in order for you to continue together. Where necessary I will give the right push in an expert way.

Through mediation it becomes clear where you stand with your relationship and how to proceed. The advantage of this way of working is that you are in full control of the process. As a result you get very clear and valuable insights to work with.

 

If these rounds of conversation show that there is no future for your relationship, you can proceed to a divorce mediation.

relationship mediation