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Andrea ONeill ACON conflict resolution Dublin Ireland

If you’re ready to take the first step towards positive change for yourself and your family. Whether you’re seeking a resolution for conflicts, guidance in communication, or support in navigating challenging times, I’m here to help. Please feel free to reach out to me using the contact form below or via the provided details. You can also book in for a consultation with me here. Your journey towards a more harmonious and fulfilling life starts with a simple message, and I look forward to connecting with you soon.

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Phone

Andrea O’Neill: 087 768 7830

Location

Based in Dublin, serving nationwide.

Hours

Monday – Friday: 09 am – 5:00 pm
Saturday – Sunday: Office Closed

Your questions answered

What is mediation?

Mediation is a highly confidential process where a multi-partial third party (Andrea) called a mediator, assists disputing parties (you) in finding mutually agreeable solutions to their conflicts.

How does mediation work?

The mediator helps facilitate communication and guides the parties through discussions, encouraging them to share their perspectives, needs, and concerns. The goal is to reach a resolution that works for everyone involved.

What are the benefits of mediation?

Mediation offers a confidential and collaborative environment, empowers parties to make their own decisions, and often results in quicker and cost-effective resolutions compared to court processes.

How long does mediation take?

The duration of mediation varies based on the issue’s complexity and the parties’ willingness to collaborate. Some cases are resolved in a few hours, while others might require multiple sessions. The first step is the hardest. All mediation is highly confidential. To reach out and take the first step click here.

What if the parties cannot agree during mediation?

If an agreement isn’t reached, parties still retain the option to pursue other methods, such as arbitration or litigation, to resolve their dispute.

Is the mediator biased or on one party's side?

No, mediators are multi-partial facilitators. They do not take sides or make judgments. They assist and support all in productive communication and help parties find common ground.

What types of conflicts are suitable for mediation?

Mediation is effective for a wide range of disputes, including family matters, workplace conflicts, business disputes, and community issues, among others.

How confidential is mediation?

Mediation is highly confidential.