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Experienced counselors specialize in mediation, parent coordination, and reunification services serving the counties of Will, DuPage, Kane, & Cook.

About Mediation

Mediation is a legal proceeding where a neutral third party helps two other parties facilitate an agreement. A mediator is legally required to take no side and a major advantage is that it requires no judge to impose a court order.

Our mediators genuinely seek the best results for both parties. Our passion for cooperation helps preserve the mental and emotional well-being of all involved.

Common mediation topics include parenting matters, relocation, parenting time, healthcare, holidays and travel, parenting responsibility, religion, and extracurricular activities.

Why Mediation?

Unlike the often adversarial conversations between divorcing parents, Mediation creates a cooperative atmosphere resulting in a better, more civil co-parenting relationship.

Mediators do not pass judgment or make a decision in any way. Their purpose is to help both sides come to an agreement that is best for everyone.

At its core, mediation is constructive and cooperative. It is about building something better in the future. It empowers two reasonable parties to reach an agreement that provides strong, mutually-beneficial solutions.

Expected results of Mediation:

Parent Coordinator

An Illinois parenting coordinator assists parents in creating a healthy co-parenting relationship by reducing conflict and helping parents make decisions for the children’s best interest. In some cases, the coordinator is court appointed.

The primary goals of the Parent Coordinator are:


Reunification is an effective way of gradually and safely reintroducing the parent/child relationship with the goal of establishing a healthy and loving relationship. It is important to remember that the primary goal remains the same: to create the healthiest relationship possible between the child and the parents.

How Reunification Works

The process begins with a thorough review of the family history to ensure that the clinician can better create a safe and unique treatment plan for the family.

Next, the clinician will meet individually with each parent and with the child(ren) to gather specific information from each person involved. Then a customized strategy will be developed as this process is entirely dependent on the dynamics of the individuals involved.

Lastly, your clinician, who is court-appointed, provides status updates to all of the attorneys with detailed reports and recommendations.

Let's get started.

Our mediation services are available in the counties of Will, DuPage, Kane, & Cook. Please call 888-545-5707 ext. 25 for a free phone consultation or to schedule an appointment. 

Mediation services are not covered and/or reimbursed by insurance