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MiD Mediation and Counselling

We provide mediation services for people who are divorcing or separating. Family Mediation is an alternative to court. Mediation can help you reach agreement on finances and child arrangements. It is quicker and cheaper than a court battles, less stressful, gives you more control over decisions and it is easier for the children when parents co-operate. Mediation is free is you can get Legal Aid and we can assess you to see if you qualify.

We provide a confidential counselling service for children and young people who have been affected separation/divorce. Children can find it difficult to express their feelings openly or feel torn between parents. Our one to one counselling service gives them the space and opportunity to speak openly.

We also provide family sessions to help family members reduce conflict and improve communication thereby helping them move forward and focus on the future. These family sessions can include step-parents, step-siblings and grandparents.

When is it on?

Date & Time
Monday - Friday. 8.30am to 6pm

How we support SEND 

Environment

We have a wheelchair ramp, special designated parking right by the building and the ability to hold a meeting on the ground floor. We do not have downstairs toilet, but have an agreement with a local cafe where clients can use their toilets.

Where to go

Name of venue
MiD Mediation and Counselling
Venue address
114 High Street
Hampton Hill
Postcode
TW12 1NT

Who to contact

Name
Lucy Bassnett-McGuire
Telephone
020 8891 6860
Email
admin@midmediation.org.uk
Website
www.midmediation.org.uk
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