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In this type of mediation, the mediator's role is primarily to facilitate communication and negotiation between the parties. The mediator does not offer opinions or solutions, but instead helps the parties identify their respective interests and work towards a mutually acceptable solution.
This type of mediation involves the mediator giving an opinion or evaluation of the case and offering potential settlement options. The mediator may also point out weaknesses in each party's case and suggest ways to improve their position.
This type of mediation focuses on empowering the parties to understand and address their underlying conflicts. The mediator helps the parties shift from a position of hostility and defensiveness to one of understanding and empathy. This approach is particularly useful in disputes where there is a relationship that needs to be preserved, such as disputes between family members or business partners.
This type of mediation involves the parties sharing their personal stories and experiences related to the dispute. The mediator helps the parties see how their stories are interconnected and how their experiences have shaped their perspectives. This approach can help the parties build empathy and understanding for each other, which can lead to a more satisfactory resolution.
This type of mediation takes place entirely over the internet, using video conferencing and other digital tools. Online mediation can be convenient for parties who are geographically distant or who prefer to conduct their mediation from the comfort of their own homes.