Unraveling Dynamics in Mediation: The systemic approach for sustainable results

In dealing with conflicts as a mediator, the main goal is to resolve the conflict for both parties in the most optimal way. Most of the time this works out fine. There are times, however, when you just cannot seem to get a handle on it. You believe you have resolved the situation, just to see the conflict flare up again. Apparently, there is more to it than meets the eye.

It is necessary to reveal the undercurrent that affects the interaction between people in relationships and conflicts and to see things from a systemic perspective in order to achieve sustainable solutions. Therefore, this article provides a brief explanation of what we can gain from the systemic approach to mediation.

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