About St Albans Family Mediation
Our Family Mediation Service in St Albans is based in the Albany Centre, which is set up to provide training and therapy services. So it is a great place for family mediation in St Albans and right in the heart of the town too.
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St Albans Mediation Branch Information
Payments accepted: Card, Cheque or Bank transfer. Please note our mediators cannot accept cash payments.
Nearest Train Station: St Albans City and St Albans Abbey Train Stations (10-minute walk).
Wifi: Yes. Free.
Reception Area: Yes. On arrival please go to reception and you will be met by your mediator.
Waiting area: Yes, in reception.
Shuttle Mediation Possible: Yes. Please let the admin office know you require this when booking your mediation appointment.
Café on site: No. There are many cafes in St Albans town centre within a few minutes’ walk.
Disabled Access: Yes.
Directions: Our St Albans Branch of family mediation is based in the town centre. Situated Opposite The Skipton Building Society and next to Connells Estate Agency.
Our St Albans Mediators
Membership: College of Mediators
I grew up in Somerset and went to university in London, graduating in Computing Information Systems in 1993. After university I worked for Reuters then took a career break to have children. I qualified in Teaching English as. Foreign Language and taught in FE college before joining the local authority first in education then children’s safeguarding.
I left to become an independent family group conference chair and to study for an MSc in Psychology, which I gained in 2016. The same year I trained as a family mediator and went on to achieve FMC accreditation in 2019.
It can aid communication and help repair relationships, essential for co-parenting. Child inclusive mediation helps parents focus on their children’s needs & wishes as well as their own.
The open and transparent process of financial mediation helps clients understand their finances. Mediation is fair, impartial and offers people the opportunity to move on”
2. I am married to Dan and have two wonderful grown up sons
3. I am a volunteer Youth Offending Panel member in Hertfordshire
4. Cooking & baking are my passions as well as entertaining friends & family
5. I’m grateful for my garden & walking puppy in lockdown.