Mediation prevents the escalation of conflict and protects family ties between parents and children.
Separation is a transformative event in family relations that affects parents and children.
Family relationships are based on exchange between generations and a separation can be a relational trauma, putting at risk all existing family ties spanning several generations.
Family mediation plays a central role in limiting destructive situations that can impact on all family members, promoting a different culture from that of judicial conflict resolution.
In a protected and confidential environment, mediation enables the parties to express their needs and interests with the aim of developing a respectful dialogue.
Mediation appears as an intervention that has the objective of reopening or facilitating dialogue between parents, so that they can draw up separation agreements satisfactory to all concerned, with the well-being of the children and young people affected as a priority.
It is aimed at couples with children, whether married or unmarried, who have decided to separate, or are already separated or divorced, with the aim of promoting and sustaining the role of parents, encouraging the birth of a positive dialogue and the search for satisfactory and lasting agreements.