Whether you already have legal representation or not seeking legal representation, we would love to assist you in resolving your conflicts. We provide a neutral perspective, fair and impartial services, to help parties come to an agreement. We do not provide legal advice.
Technology offers many new methods in making contact with the other party(ies). Mediations can be staged as a hybrid in that the “meetings” may include in-person meetings, Zoom, email communications, text messages, electronic document attachments, and telephonic conferences, e-signatures, etc. In many cases, this means eliminating travel costs and the inconvenience of lost work and wages.
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We are living with many challenges as to who we are and how we have done things in the past. Moving forward involves adapting to our changing environment and situation. Our aim is to provide professional and confidential services to assist you with moving on with your life - peacefully and without added stress.
Self-concept is one’s theory about oneself, the person one was in the past, is now, and can become in the future, including social roles and group memberships. A well-functioning self-concept helps make sense of one’s present, preserves positive self-feelings, makes predictions about the future, and guides motivation.
The contents of the future-oriented component of
self-concept have been termed possible selves.
When we change our relationships
we change part of who we are.
In My Work Environment, I am conceptual and an independent thinker. For me, work is play. I am drawn to constant challenges in my career, and like to develop models, explore ideas, or build systems to satisfy my need to deal with the innovative. Once I have perfected an idea, my joy is to move on to something else.
In My Relationships, I prefer to let my head rule my heart. I dislike repetition, so it is difficult for me to continuously express feelings. I believe that once feelings are stated, they are obvious to my partner. I feel uneasy when my emotions control me. I tend to focus on my career goals.
In My Work Environment, I have a strong desire to influence others so that they may lead more significant lives. I often work in the arts, communications, education, and the helping professions. I am adept at motivating and interacting with others.
In My Relationships, I seek harmony, and I am a true romantic that believes in a perfect love that lasts forever. I bring drama, warmth, and empathy to all of my relationships. I enjoy the symbols of romance such as flowers, music, candlelight, and cherish the small gestures of love.
In My Work Environment, I provide stability and maintain organization. My ability to handle details and to work hard make me an important part of my company. I believe that work comes before play, even if I have to work overtime to finish the job.
In My Relationships, I am serious and tend to have traditional, conservative views of both love and marriage. I want a partner who can work along with me, building a stable, secure, and predictable life together.
In My Work Environment, I am bored and restless with jobs that are routine and structured and find satisfaction in careers that allow me freedom and independence, while utilizing my physical coordination and my love for tools. I view working with any kind of tool as an extension of myself. I enjoy being a natural performer.
In My Relationships, I seek a partner with shared activities and interests. With my partner, I like to explore new ways to energize the relationship. As a lover, I need to be bold and I thrive on physical contact.
The information represented by these color cards relates to the concept of Temperament as explained by Carl Jung, Erich Fromm, David Keirsey, and the Myers-Briggs Personality Inventory.
Thirty years of research and work in this field has provided a wealth of information about who we are and how we relate to one another.
Author of Zen and the Art of Psychology and The Gaping Hole in the Universe. Forrest has a Masters in Education, specializing in the Psychology of Learning and post graduate studies in Developmental Psychology and Human Identity Theory. In his current professional capacity, Forrest is a Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Law, Dependency, and County Civil Mediator. Forrest has previously served as the Director of Alternative Dispute Resolution for the Tenth Judicial Circuit Court.
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