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Kevin Smith
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Shanon Conley
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Alyssa Packdell
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Henri Aboua
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John Ferguson
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Andrew Caudal
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aefriesen@gmail.com
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Alan Shaw
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Bennie Bourn
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Andrea Childs
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blake@discovercbc.org
Blake Gillen
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Robert Buchanan
brandon@signpostinn.org
brendansandico@gmail.com
bri@brisimpson.work
bsayers@fbchurch.org
Brian Sayers
bvirtue@gmail.com
Brian Virtue
carrie@kearneyefree.com
Carrie Carpenter
cdimoulis@lawpmh.com
Christos Dimoulis
chapman.emmak@gmail.com
cheryl.weber@cuw.edu
church.office@fpcsanangelo.org
Elizabeth Little
cort.thomas@gmail.com
Cort Thomas
d_e_carlson@att.net
Dianne Carlson
dale.shelton@sheltonlawpllc.com
Dale Shelton
daniel@gospellife.us
Daniel Sisler
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David Greene
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David Hovinga
david@crossroadsresolution.com
david@newpeace.net
David Glidden
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dboyle@dennisboylelegal.com
Dennis Boyle
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devin.mason@gmail.com
deyoungfam@gmail.com
Sarah DeYoung
dgc83@yahoo.com
Derek Crawford
dhpope@protonmail.com
diane@conflicttopeace.org
Diane Shook
dimigracion20@gmail.com
drtriplettpmh@gmail.com
Dr. Kirk Triplett
dsisler492@students.sbts.edu
echoi@unb.ca
ed@mcdonaldlawinc.com
emilypkiefer@gmail.com
Emily Kiefer
ernie@weatherholtz.biz
ernieb@fbcjax.com
farixpistone@gmail.com
firewoodchopper@gmail.com
forwardassurance22@gmail.com
Joseph Helton
freifamilyfun1@gmail.com
galon@jamesgroupministries.net
Galon Jones
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Gerard Dagonese
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grw101627@gmail.com
h2hanna@fbc-online.ca
Anna Dyck
helen2020nov@outlook.com
henkm2001@gmail.com
hopeinconflict@gmail.com
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Harley Roth
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james.nodder@gmail.com
James Nodder
jamesfuchs27@yahoo.com
Rev. James R. Fuchs
jcprince40@gmail.com
jgriffith@wallacejordan.com
Jonathan Griffith
jjjlaw@pm.me
John Jamgotchian
jjmarwr1@gmail.com
Fentress Gerald
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joelandkrista@gmail.com
Joel McCutcheon
john.doderer@gmail.com
John E Doderer
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Ndaba
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Lorraine Roach
lrushak@clarkhill.com
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Michelle Argue
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Matthew Wallace
mball@rockbridge.org
medstevens@outlook.com
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melony@goodhandlaw.com
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Ethelwald O Mendes
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michelledowney81@gmail.com
Michelle Downey
mjh125501@yahoo.com
Michael Harbin
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Rev Mercy Karungari Waweru
mollyagant@gmail.com
Molly Gant
mrsladav@hotmail.com
Laura Davenport
mukami.njunge@gmail.com
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Nancy Liu
neely815@gmail.com
Matthew Neely
nickdeyoungemail@gmail.com
Nick DeYoung
nitabuchanan@gmail.com
Leanita Buchanan
nvodak@gmail.com
Nancy Voodak
nzeaghaji2003@gmail.com
Emeka Anolefo free
pacepeaceconciliationservices@gmail.com
pastor@salembaptistky.org
pastorchinery@yahoo.com
pastorheiser@mac.com
Phil Heiser
pastortj@live.com
Timothy Rehwaldt
patrickvanhoecke@gmail.com
paul.buckley@kingofgrace.org
Paul Fitzgerald Buckley
peets.johnson@gmail.com
Anita Johnson
peter.surran@gmail.com
Peter Surran
proliturgy@icloud.com
revdanielwarner@gmail.com
revklaus@hotmail.com
Jeremy Klaustermeier
revloder@gmail.com
Rev. Mark Loder
revpaulcain@gmail.com
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Rick Foss
rhondascottrobinson@gmail.com
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Rushia Klassen
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Richard Martindale
roseofmidnight@icloud.com
Helena Morgan
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rtschwartz67@gmail.com
Richard Schwartz
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Samuel Steven Johnson
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Scott Graubard
scottagiordano73@gmail.com
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shsoulcare@gmail.com
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smith052013@gmail.com
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Shea Pennington
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tkober@aorhope.org
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Ka Fai Alfred Yau
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A.    At the time of enrollment in the Certification Program, new Candidates may indicate an ICC Advisor preference if they have a prior relationship with an ICC Advisor. However, because various factors are considered during the assignment process, including an Advisor’s suitability to assist the Candidate in desired areas of growth, there is no guarantee that the preferred Advisor will be assigned.
B.    Your ICC Advisor is a Certified Christian Conciliator™ assigned for the duration of your candidacy to provide consistent case support, encouragement, and wisdom using biblical peacemaking principles. He or she has your best interest in mind as you begin your first conflict coaching and mediation cases. Your Advisor will supervise and evaluate your Case Reports. You are asked to email your ICC Advisor prior to officially accepting a coaching or conciliation case so he or she can be aware of case specifics and advise you accordingly.
C.    It is the Candidate’s responsibility to update his/her Advisor, stay connected through email, and initiate requests for appointments to discuss upcoming cases or updates. Advisors can recommend additional training or studies to strengthen needed skills.

D.    With your enrollment you are granted a 3-year Christian Reconciler - Vocational membership. ($450 value)

Case & Teaching Experience:

Upon enrollment, new candidates begin casework to complete the required 50 hours of conflict coaching and biblical mediation cases with case report oversight from an assigned ICC Advisor. A total of 10 cases are required, at least five of which must be mediation cases.


It is up to each candidate to develop opportunities in their local church or community.  The ICC does not provide cases. The ICC will encourage candidates as they raise awareness in their community and church about ways to resolve conflict in a biblically faithful manner.  

Qualifying Cases 
What is a Qualifying Conflict Coaching, Mediation, or Arbitration Case?

 

Conflict Coaching

  • Conflict Coaching is one-to-one care to help an individual process and manage the conflict they are experiencing. 

  • Coaching is focused on issues of conflict and resolving those issues to take personal ownership for causing conflict. The goal is confession and forgiveness and reconciliation.

  • A Conflict Coach guides the parties to discover heart issues (heart idols) that are causing conflict with others and God, leading the party to confess them to God and others. 

  • A Conflict Coach also guides the discovery of the idols leading to deceit and blind spots that prevent parties from following the wise and loving scriptural wisdom. With this understanding, a person can confess wrong and begin transformative change. 

  • Conflict Coaching is not Counseling

    • Counseling therapy helps individuals through a series of short appointments to address underlying roots and memories at the core of their emotions and beliefs. 

    • A counselor guides their client through a discovery method to better understand their thoughts and feelings and beliefs throughout their behavioral timeline. It is primarily focused on the "self" of the client, and secondarily "others" and in biblical counseling their right relationship with God according to the Word.

    • Counseling cases do not qualify as certification cases. 

 

Mediation

  • Mediation is working with two or more parties together, to improve communication and understanding so that the parties can arrive at a voluntary agreement.

  • A mediation consisting of only “shuttle diplomacy,” where the mediator never meets with both parties together in the same room, is not mediation for purpose of the Certification Program. 

  • Case administration and management is key. Candidates can choose to have ICC administer their cases or administrate their own cases. Cert advisor will watch carefully for wise management of the case. However, the candidate must be the case administrator on at least two (2) cases.

 

Arbitration

  • An arbitration can include an informal rendering of a decision on one or more issues, by agreement of the parties, presented in the context of 1 Corinthians 6:1-8. 

  • However, arbitration is generally a court-approved process that can be enforceable by authorities, not the arbitrator, not the ICC community, not ICC. 

  • A Candidate will rarely be asked to arbitrate a conflict by providing a decision for the parties. We discourage Candidates from arbitrating during their candidacy and before they have specifically undergone training and a practicum especially for arbitration. 

    • It is a risk for an inexperienced Certified Christian Conciliator™  or Candidate to present to parties that they are qualified to serve as an arbitrator in most cases. 

    • It is a risk for a mediator to shift to the role of an arbitrator, taking prior knowledge into the arbitration process for binding judgment, even when the parties feel initially that it would be easier to have someone "in the know." 

    • It is a risk for a Candidate or Certified Christian Conciliator™  to serve as an arbitrator without having liability insurance. 

    • ICC recommends that Advisors who supervise an arbitration case be highly skilled, experienced, and knowledgeable about the legal implications of arbitration. 

 

Cases with Non-Christians
There are times when non-Christians, or court-ordered mediations may be brought to a Candidate for conciliation assistance. This is an opportunity to give some preparatory information to the parties about what makes our "ADR" uniquely different.  ADR is a common term for "alternative dispute resolution." While the ICC provides "faith-based" ADR, an explanation of what "faith-based" means and the value of biblically faithful Conciliation is needed. 


Cert Advisors can explore how a Candidate might explain the good news of Jesus Christ in context with how it benefits the conflict resolution. This is not a time to proselytize.  Wisdom is needed and respect for those who request Christian Conciliation. 


Advisors are ready to explore with the Candidate about how they will approach cases with non-Christians or parties compelled to mediate through the ICC because of contract or court-ordered arrangements.  


Cases Involving Abuse 
We can't stress enough how important the initial assessment questions are in giving "red flag" warnings about abuse. Cases involving any of the following should be first discussed with your Advisor: powering over, manipulative control, a cycle of honeymoon, tension, explosion, walking on eggshells, a victim who has been so undermined as to lose their voice/value/volition, and especially any threat of punishment that includes silent treatment, spiritual coercion, or shaming.  A Candidate’s foundational training does not prepare them for these complex cases.  Advanced coaching and mediation training is required.

Transfer a Non-Qualifying Case
Through pre-mediation assessments, a Candidate and/or Advisor may determine that the Candidate does not have a clear call to handle a case independently. This discernment is actually a wise boundary especially when Candidates are under pressure to complete their required cases. 


In this situation, please contact the ICC and request a lead Certified Christian Conciliator™  to work with the candidate (if this is not something that the Advisor would like to do). ICC can provide case administration if required. Joint cases referred to the ICC will require non-refundable fees and perhaps a different fee structure, but we can assist by helping create a team and giving full credit to the Candidate for their hours on the case. The ICC reserves the right to decline some cases that are referred.


Co-Conciliation with other Certified Christian Conciliator™ 
Candidates are encouraged to seek opportunities to co-conciliate (either as lead Conciliators or Co-Conciliators) with experienced  Certified Christian Conciliator™. When the Candidate co-conciliates, the Candidate is required to submit a Co-Conciliator evaluation. The Cert Advisor is encouraged to review the evaluation with the assisting  Certified Christian Conciliator™ and share the results of the evaluation with the Candidate. The co-conciliator is required to provide Reconciler Feedback through the Candidate's Christian Reconciler™ Profile.

Co-Conciliating with your Advisor

Each Cert Advisor is strongly encouraged to include a Candidate as a Co-Conciliator when possible. Cert Advisors may also assist the Candidate in locating another Certified Christian Conciliator™  who is amenable to working with Candidates and has a case ready.  After such cases, you and the Co-Conciliator should talk to discuss the responsibilities the Candidate successfully completed and any concerns or suggestions for additional training.  This is in addition to the form feedback. Such Co-Conciliation opportunities may also occur by encouraging the Candidate to include Co-Conciliators at the outset on suitable cases for which the Candidate is selected as a lead Conciliator. 


Co-Conciliation Specifics

  • Additional costs of Co-Conciliation must be clearly communicated to the parties during the initial discussion of fees.  

  • The Candidates, where costs may be a factor to the parties, are requested to waive their fees to permit the Co-Conciliation with the Certification Advisor.

  • Upon completion of a Co-Conciliation with a Candidate, the Cert Advisor or the Certified Christian Conciliator™ is required to complete the Co-Conciliation evaluation within 30 days. 
     

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of 50 hours of casework approved

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Case Number
Total Hours Invested
Case End Date
Party Names
Approved?
Approved Hours
Approved Lead
Approved Case Type
Approved Supervised Case
Approved Case Management
Feedback Forms Received
1
54
No
No
No
No
1
No
No
No
No
1
No
No
No
No
1
29
03/18/2022
T, A, T-Male
Yes
29
No
Mediation
Yes
No
1
No
No
No
No
1
names
No
No
No
No
1
No
No
No
No
1
No
No
No
No
1
No
No
No
No
1
5
03/02/2023
Chelle and Dan
Yes
5
No
Coaching
No
No
1
2
10/04/2022
Henry and Paul
Yes
2
No
Coaching
No
No
1
40
05/07/2021
Joshua and Shasta
No
No
No
No
1
No
No
No
No
1
No
No
No
No
1
No
No
No
No
1
3
08/05/2020
Saul
Yes
3
No
Coaching
No
No
0
1
25
02/29/2020
Phil, Lara, Grant, Linda
Yes
25
Yes
Mediation
Yes
Yes
1
80
12/31/2018
Mike, Russ, Dustin, Guy, Ed (Scio Baptist Church Elder Board Conflict)
Yes
80
Yes
Mediation
Yes
Yes
0
1
No
No
No
No
1
51
07/20/2017
Len, Laura
Yes
51
Yes
Mediation
Yes
No
1
32
11/16/2021
Kevin and Casey
Yes
32
No
Mediation
No
No
1
25.35
08/01/2019
Yes
25.35
No
Mediation
Yes
Yes
1
No
No
No
No
1
No
No
No
No
1
Carol
Yes
No
Coaching
No
No
1
added by advisor - test2
No
No
No
No
1
No
No
No
No
1
50
04/14/2021
Greg, Jill
No
No
No
No
1
No
No
No
No
1
No
No
No
No
1
No
No
No
No
1
12
05/03/2021
Brent
Yes
12
Yes
Coaching
No
Yes
1
14
12/04/2022
Alex and Beatrice
No
No
No
No
1
No
No
No
No
1
No
No
No
No
1
No
No
No
No
1
8.5
04/23/2019
Lois, Mary
Yes
8.5
Yes
Mediation
No
Yes
1
50+
06/01/2021
Nikki, Dorothy, Dana, Josh, Michelle, Jeff
No
No
No
No
1
No
No
No
No
1
George & Judy
Yes
5
No
Coaching
No
No
1
2
07/10/2019
Bobby D
Yes
2
No
Coaching
No
No
1
12/12/2023
No
No
No
No
1
No
No
No
No
1
15
Pam and Dustin
Yes
15
Yes
Mediation
Yes
Yes
2
1
No
No
No
No
1
24
08/31/2019
Mary, Bob
Yes
24
No
Mediation
No
No
1
Marlene and Becky
No
No
No
No
10
12
09/21/2023
Dan (coaching only)
No
No
No
No
10
14 divided between both parties
09/27/2023
Harry and Shelly
Yes
7
No
Coaching
No
No
10
20
03/22/2023
Bob and Martin
Yes
20
Yes
Mediation
Yes
Yes
1
10
3
03/08/2017
Bo and Megan
Yes
3
Yes
Mediation
Yes
Yes
0
10
52.45 hours
04/08/2020
Russell; Christian Interest Group
Yes
52.45
No
Arbitration
Yes
No
10
No
No
No
No
10
20
06/22/2023
Fred & Victoria, this a "conflict coaching" only originally
No
No
No
No
10
4.5
09/05/2019
Yes
4.5
No
Coaching
No
No
1
10
25-30
08/25/2015
Tristan and Greg
No
No
No
No
10
20
C. C. and C. Coaching Case
Yes
20
Yes
Coaching
No
Yes
10
40
05/31/2019
Longview - Calvary Dissolution Case
Yes
40
No
Mediation
Yes
Yes
0
11
No
No
No
No
12
No
No
No
No
13
No
No
No
No
16
No
No
No
No
18
No
No
No
No
2
20
05/23/2021
Roy & Tanya
Yes
20
Yes
Mediation
Yes
Yes
2
3
12/05/2018
Deb
Yes
3
No
Coaching
No
No
2
24.5
10/23/2020
Jacob and Erin
Yes
25
Yes
Mediation
Yes
Yes
2
Sylvester & Tweety
Yes
2
No
Coaching
No
No
2
2
1
Pastor, Joey, Mani, Erica, Bria, Kari, Adrack, Jotham, plus 6 more youth group volunteers
Yes
1
No
Coaching
No
No
2
15
05/31/2020
Mike, Erin, Pete, Amy
Yes
15
Yes
Mediation
Yes
Yes
2
60
11/01/2017
ECC - Rob, Tim, Robin, Sean, Jacob
Yes
40
No
Mediation
Yes
No
2
No
No
No
No
2
6-10
09/15/2014
Karen and Carol
No
No
No
No
2
2
10/21/2023
Coached Party: Randy Party #2 Dan Party #3 Susie
Yes
2
No
Coaching
No
No
2
50+
06/30/2021
Nikki, Dorothy, Dana, Josh, Michelle, Jeff
Yes
50+
Yes
Mediation
Yes
Yes
2
No
No
No
No
2
18
08/12/2023
Bill and Tanya
Yes
18
Yes
Mediation
Yes
Yes
2
36
06/12/2021
Jim, Glen, Susie, Will, Emily
Yes
36
No
Mediation
No
No
3
2
53
05/14/2021
Andy, Patty, Kenny, Kimmy
Yes
53
Yes
Mediation
Yes
Yes
2
No
No
No
No
2
16
04/10/2019
Bob
Yes
16
No
Coaching
No
No
0
2
No
No
No
No
2
No
No
No
No
2
16
07/29/2023
Casey
No
No
No
No
2
No
No
No
No
2
14
02/19/2019
Cambridge
Yes
14
No
Mediation
Yes
No
2
10
A. Marital Mediation
Yes
10
Yes
Mediation
Yes
Yes
2
No
No
No
No
2
No
No
No
No
2
17.6
06/30/2019
Brandy, Dennis
Yes
17.6
No
Mediation
No
No
3
10
04/30/2021
Elizabeth, James
Yes
10
Yes
Mediation
Yes
No
3
9
03/14/2020
Jonny, Brooklyn, Geoff, Tianna
Yes
9
No
Mediation
Yes
No
3
Marriage Mediation
05/01/2019
Wife & Husband
Yes
27.5
Yes
Mediation
Yes
No
3
8
11/18/2022
Janice, Chris, Elder 1, Elder 2
Yes
8
No
Coaching
No
No
3
32
08/19/2021
John and Nancy
Yes
32
No
Mediation
No
No
3
1
12/16/2021
Nancy
Yes
1
Yes
Coaching
No
Yes
3
11
06/25/2023
Delilah and Family
No
No
No
No
3
4
09/05/2018
Martha, Tyler
Yes
4
No
Coaching
No
No
3
4
12/17/2022
Jason and Shan
No
No
No
No
3
51
Yes
20
No
Coaching
Yes
Yes
3
14
O. and K. Mediation
Yes
14
Yes
Mediation
Yes
Yes
3
54
07/15/2022
Josh and Jenn
No
No
No
No
3
No
No
No
No
3
25
03/18/2022
CHURCH H - A, T, T
No
No
No
No
3
21
07/31/2018
Family Mediation in Lacey, WA
Yes
20
No
Mediation
Yes
No
3
6
05/14/2021
Kenny, Andy
Yes
6
Yes
Mediation
Yes
Yes
3
Ken
Yes
1
No
Coaching
No
No
0
3
25
07/19/2023
Patty (daughter, coachee) and her dad Ron (father, not coached)
Yes
25
Yes
Coaching
No
No
3
No
No
No
No
3
12
12/06/2021
Barney & Betty
Yes
12
Yes
Mediation
Yes
Yes
1
3
8
05/17/2021
Rick and Wallie
Yes
8
Yes
Coaching
Yes
No
3
No
No
No
No
4
10
08/27/2021
Rich and William
No
No
No
No
4
3
05/20/2020
Chuck
Yes
3
No
Coaching
No
No
0
4
2
07/22/2021
Robert, Roberta
Yes
2
Yes
Coaching
Yes
No
4
18
06/06/2021
Mike, Lane
Yes
18
No
Mediation
Yes
No
4
2.5
Yes
2.5
Yes
Coaching
No
No
1
4
20
Yes
20
Yes
Mediation
Yes
Yes
4
100+
06/15/2022
HUSBAND and WIFE
No
No
No
No
4
32
03/25/2022
Tyler and Katy
No
No
Coaching
No
No
4
10
07/17/2023
Eunice and Edward
No
No
No
No
4
12
05/31/2019
Nick and Miranda (Pre-marital / Re-Marital Counseling)
Yes
12
Yes
Mediation
Yes
Yes
4
123
12/19/2021
Fred & Wilma
Yes
18
Yes
Mediation
No
No
4
No
No
No
No
4
5
05/27/2022
Elisabeth and Michelle
Yes
5
Yes
Mediation
Yes
Yes
4
10
11/19/2022
Lorie, August, August's Mother
Yes
10
No
Coaching
No
No
4
51.2
12/22/2021
Tara & Tim (one side) Mike & Maryellen (other side)
Yes
51.2
Yes
Mediation
Yes
Yes
4
35
L. and G. Marital Mediation
Yes
35
Yes
Mediation
Yes
Yes
4
15
10/30/2023
Chris and Jessica
No
No
No
No
5
35.5
04/11/2021
Roy, Tanya, Amy, Myra
Yes
35.5
No
Mediation
Yes
No
5
1
10/02/2021
Nancy
Yes
1
No
Coaching
No
No
5
No
No
No
No
5
24
04/28/2022
Moira and Ray
No
No
No
No
5
40
03/01/2019
Family Mediation regarding student loan debt (loan in parent's name for daughter's education). Dispute over repayment of significant loan amount.
Yes
40
Yes
Mediation
Yes
Yes
5
No
No
No
No
5
1
04/02/2019
Lacey
Yes
1
No
Coaching
No
No
0
5
17.5
06/01/2020
Yes
17.5
Yes
Mediation
Yes
No
5
10
CC Mediation
Yes
10
Yes
Mediation
No
Yes
5
Yes
20
No
Mediation
Yes
Yes
5
18.75 hours
01/27/2022
Linda; George
Yes
18.75
Yes
Mediation
Yes
No
5
No
No
No
No
5
15
08/08/2022
Katie
No
No
No
No
5
No
No
No
No
5
12
12/03/2022
Hansel and Nick
Yes
12
Yes
Mediation
Yes
Yes
6
8.6 hours
10/03/2022
Charles, Emily
Yes
No
Mediation
Yes
Yes
6
Yes
20
No
Mediation
No
No