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Conflict arises in different arenas in our lives; in the home, in the workplace, and in the community. Reasons are assigned to the conflict such as feelings of personal betrayal, misunderstanding or deceit; changes in policy or work schedules; or disagreements over money. Regardless of whom we are in conflict with, and what the conflict is over—the conflict can be transformed.

Jill Sarah Moscowitz has over twenty years of experience in helping government and nonprofit organizations to build strong relationships and strong workplaces. By applying a variety of dispute resolution skills such as mediation, facilitation, and negotiation Jill Sarah has been successful in resolving hundreds of disputes. She has facilitated dozens of meetings with diverse groups with regard to age, gender, religion and ethnicity. Jill Sarah facilitates Board meetings, and works as court-appointed employment mediator for the Superior Court of NJ. She also mediates for the United States Postal Service.

Contact me to have your questions about mediation answered.