10411 Motor City Drive
Bethesda, MD 20817
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Web Site: http://tacfcr.com
What We Do
As trained and certified mediators, we specialize in working with families (parents, teens, and couples) and people in the community who have a dispute or crisis. If you understand your conflict style you will better understand how your conflict situation can and should be handled. We will help you think clearly and make decisions that serve you better. You will learn key strategies to open up dialogue and improve communication.
Our Center’s goal is to ensure that each party walks away from the mediation process feeling comfortable with the decisions they have made and are satisfied that their needs have been addressed. Our process is cost-effective, confidential, collaborative, neutral, and empowering.
The mediation process can be done in the privacy of our office, your own home (or any other location) by phone, video conference, and email; also in-person at my office.
Who We Are
Our mediators have received extensive training and are experienced in dispute resolution. They are neutral facilitators who help the parties explore the problem, and find new options to resolve the dispute. The mediator does not judge who is right or wrong and does not give legal advice. We do not take sides or make decisions. The parties create and agree to their own solution. Nothing is imposed by our mediators. Our role is to guide the parties through a very effective problem solving process to resolve the issues between them.
Why We Mediate
The cost of litigation can be exorbitant. In addition to litigation being expensive, it is very adversarial by its nature. We believe that it is better to empower individuals to resolve disputes that will not only be more economical for the parties involved, it can also be enlightening and can help ensure that parties are better able to communicate in the future. We are passionate about the mediation services we provide and look forward to working with individuals or groups in assisting them resolve their conflict.
Supervised Visitation/Monitored Exchange
The mission of The Armand Center's supervised visitation and exchange program is to provide a place in which the movement of the child from the residential parent to the nonresidiential parent immediately before and after unsupervised visitation will be monitored. The program provides a safe, neutral, child-friendly setting for the exchange. The goal of the supervised visitation is to enable an ongoing relationship between the parents and the child by impartially observing visits when necessary.
|ADR Practice Type:
Mediation, Med-Arb, Meeting Facilitation
Animal Issues, Community, Custody, Divorce, Intra-Family, General, Landlord Tenant, Marital Relationships, Neighbor Issues, Pre-Nuptual, Post-Divorce