About Basingstoke Family Mediation
Our new Family Mediation Service in Basingstoke was set up in 2020. The office is used by Options counselling service. We work closely with our friends at Citizens Advice in Basingstoke. At the moment this branch is only available two days per week, but will have more availability for family mediation in Basingstoke soon.
|Monday||13:30 - 20:00|
|Tuesday||13:30 - 20:00|
Basingstoke Mediation Branch Information
Payments accepted: Card, Cheque or Bank transfer. Please note our mediators cannot accept cash payments.
Nearest Train Station: Basingstoke Train Station (15-minute walk)
Reception Area: Yes, Staffed during office hours
Waiting area: Yes, in reception.
Shuttle Mediation Possible: Yes, ask when booking your joint mediation sessions.
Café: No. There are numerous cafes in Basingstoke town centre, a 5-minute walk away.
Disabled Access: Yes, please advise the office of any special requirements.
Directions: Options is a detached building on Hackwood Road, which runs adjacent to the War Memorial Park in Basingstoke. If you drive North towards the town centre, you will see the building on your right.
Parking: Paid parking is available in Castons Car Park, RG21 7NP.
Our Basingstoke Mediators
Accreditation: LLB (Hons), LLM, FMCT
Membership: Family Mediation Council, College of Mediators
Background: I have a law degree from the University of Wales, Swansea and a Masters Degree in Child Law. After completing my training contract in Cardiff, I decided to specialise in family law. I practised as a solicitor for 8 years, representing clients in public and private law proceedings.
After a move to Surrey and a career break to have my two children, I trained as a Family Mediator with National Family Mediation.
2. My favourite thing to do is to meet my friends for a coffee….and a pastry.
3. I have very bad taste in television and watch terrible reality TV. Don’t judge me.
4. I have two beautiful daughters who keep me on my toes.
5. I met my husband at Law School. He is a lawyer too but to this day, I don’t understand his job. At all.