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Welcome to Dialogues of Discernment with Arabella Tresilian. I am a CEDR-Accredited Mediator qualified to undertake employment, workplace, commercial, civil and community mediation. I work as an independent consultant specialising in dialogue facilitation, conflict resolution and partnership-building. My business development experience, studies in educational leadership and experience in dispute resolution combine effectively to allow me to support organisations, employees, families and individuals in finding win-win resolutions within complex scenarios.
You can download a copy of my profile here: Arabella Tresilian Mediation Profile Jan 2019
I have 20 years experience working in a strategic capacity for public, private and third sector organisations in the UK and overseas, and I have specialist consulting experience in the fields of sustainability, education and health/social care. I have also taught and managed at secondary level internationally and in the independent sector in the UK, and founded/directed a theatre company devoted to promoting the understanding of mental health and social exclusion.
I am a CEDR-Accredited Mediator, qualifying in 2017, and have been an Associate with the world-renowned training faculty of Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution since 2016.
I offer conflict and dispute resolution via:
Conflict or dispute resolution between two parties
Helping one person/party to work through a specific challenge
Mediated conversations & supportive 1:1 coaching to resolve a complex situation between 2+ parties
Seminars in conflict resolution, communication, mental health, disability & employability
Take the first step – Free half hour initial consultation
Find out more about the mediation and conflict coaching services I offer and discuss your needs in confidence with me via telephone or Skype.
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