Mediation and Conflict Resolution Services
It’s a difficult choice to acknowledge issues in your personal relationships. But taking a step towards resolution and mediation, whether between spouses, family members or in intense workplace situations is necessary to address these challenges. It’s equally important to choose a safe environment, with a professional who is accredited with reputable associations.
Darleen Barton is a senior accredited member of the International Coaching Federation and the Australian Mediators Association, an accredited mediator with AIFLAM – The Australian Institute of Family Law Arbitrators and Mediators, and an accredited senior member of the International Institute of Complementary Therapy.
DIPAC offers relationship conflict resolution services Australia-wide from our offices at Level 1 – 18 National Circuit, Barton ACT. So, if you would like to see a therapist or just want to talk to someone, we can help. We now offer fully virtual consultations for our clients’ convenience.
Darleen Barton’s extensive training in professional conflict resolution ensures she is able to take a step back from any situation and listen, remaining in an impartial position. Clients come to DIPAC with the most difficult and emotionally divisive of issues, but thanks to the calm understanding they are treated with at DIPAC, common ground can always be found. True to our promise, we can offer you a holistic approach to your relationship challenges so you can overcome them.
Darleen has expertise in a wide range of areas and is able to bring about real change for those wishing to resolve their issues outside of a formal courtroom environment.
Conflict Resolution for all Interpersonal and Intrapersonal Relationships
There’s a lot of confusion when it comes to the terms mediators and arbitrators. Mediators work with both parties in a dispute to reach an agreement that is mutually acceptable. They help facilitate communication and focus on compromise and finding a resolution that works for all parties involved. Conversely, arbitrators are more like a “judge”; they have authority to make decisions about the dispute based on evidence presented to them. While mediation is voluntary, arbitration is often binding or enforceable by law.
DIPAC offers mediation services that are beneficial for conflict resolution. Most clients find it preferable because it provides flexibility and a chance to work out an agreement that works for everyone involved. We don’t just offer these services to families or those experiencing personal problems. Many of our clients come to us hoping to improve business or workplace relations, increasing productivity and finding a way to bring employees together for a more cohesive working environment.
Client testimonials from managing directors and business strategists alike state that Darleen becomes an integral part of any company very quickly, as she finds ways to bring employees together and improve work ethic. Using her in-depth knowledge of psychological coaching and counselling practices, Darleen Barton uses mediation techniques to assist people to look at situations from a broader lens.
Darleen inspires people to find their passion and use it to better their own lives and find innovative solutions for the business. DIPAC believes that there is so much more to effective mediation and conflict resolution than a few simple sessions using run of the mill cookie cutter techniques. To create real change, we must understand the root of the problem, working upwards to strengthen long-term business relationships, reduce stress and increase workplace satisfaction and profit.
DIPAC uses a holistic approach to conflict resolution as we believe that it is not possible to change one element of our behaviour without addressing the situation as a whole. With our clients putting in the work, we are able to lay the foundations for transformation and success.