Welcome to LKW Family Mediation
Our aim is to empower separating couples to find a resolution that’s tailor made for their family in the most constructive, respectful, amicable and dignified way possible. Here is Louisa Whitney talking about the practice she set up in 2013.
If you’re separated or separating from your partner and you want information to help you with life after separation (even if you haven’t physically separated yet) then you may find our blog helpful or you can also sign up to our free mailing list where we share lots of resources and information to help you. You can also contact us if you’d like to find out more about our mediation service. If you’d like more information about how to get started with mediation then check out our blog on this.
If you’re a fellow professional working with people who are separating then welcome. We have a separate mailing list that you can also sign up to. We share lots of resources that you can use if you feel they’d benefit your clients. We also include details of our latest training events. We have courses aimed at all professionals and we also organise networking events so that we can all get to know each other better and work together more easily. We believe that this is the best way of helping our clients to achieve the best possible outcomes for their clients.
If you’re considering training as a mediator then we’d like love to help you. We passionately believe that the world needs more mediators to help those coping with divorce. If more people resolved disputes by talking and listening then then the world would be an immeasurably better place and less children would be affected by their separation. Louisa Whitney is a PPC supporting and mentoring new mediators. We also run a course aimed at those considering doing family mediation training. If you’d just like to chat about it over coffee then please get in touch. Do bear in mind that we do feel coffee works best with cake.
If you’d like more information about what family mediation is then have a look at this short video.
We are proud to be members of Resolution and to follow their Code of Practise that emphasises the need to deal with separations in a constructive way with the needs of children the most important focus. For more information and to access their resources visit their website.