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Conflict is normal, inevitable, and sometimes hard to deal with. We know exactly how to resolve it through mediation.

Disputes happen. Mostly, we can sort things out by talking, listening, compromising and collaborating. When we get stuck in our disputes, though, that is when conflict can get stressful, costly, and distracting.

This is where UK Mediation comes in as the leading provider of mediation training. We can either train you to be an accredited mediator as an individual, or by training a group within your organisation. We also provide external mediation services, helping to resolve conflict quickly, privately and without the need for formal action.

Our founder and CEO, Dr. Mike Talbot, is a renowned mediator, trainer, psychotherapist, author, and consultant. Along with a great team at UK Mediation, Mike has developed a market-leading range of training courses and conflict resolution services.

We have extensive experience with different mediation scenarios, including neighbourhood, tenancy, family relationship, and workplace mediation. Let us show you how to take away the stress, expense, and distraction of having to deal with unresolved conflict.

“Everything was clearly explained and presented. Very enjoyable!”Mel Priestley, HR Management
BMW (UK) Ltd
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“Advancing mediation practice by going deeper.”

When I started UK Mediation back in 1999, the last thing I wanted to do was to replicate what everyone else was doing. Having been a psychotherapist for quite a while, I thought, ‘Well, why not take what I already know about the underlying causes of conflict, and start resolving it from the inside out?’ So now I’ve got arguably the biggest and most successful mediation company around, and the idea seems to have worked!

The thing is that we struggle to negotiate our way through conflict because we’re so angry, afraid, hurt, or impatient that we find it hard not to let emotion get in the way of reason. Communication breaks down, and we get so wrapped up in an interpersonal struggle that we can scarcely remember how the argument got started in the first place. By understanding these conflict processes far better, we can start to resolve all sorts of disputes much more effectively.

Dr Mike Talbot, MA, MSc, D.Psych.
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NEXT WEBINAR:
The Psychology of Conflict

Friday 24th July, 12 noon GMT

Our free monthly webinars are the easiest way to see what we have to offer. Each month, we take a different subject from the world of mediation and present a 45 minute talk, followed by your chance to ask questions.

Based on the pioneering work of our founder and CEO, Dr. Mike Talbot, this webinar will look at the anatomy and psychology of conflict: how we get into disputes, how we get stuck there, and what we need from an impartial third party in order to resolve a range of conflicts.

Mike will be presenting the webinar, drawing on his own experience and research into conflict, and will also be answering any questions that you may have in a Q+A at the end.

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