how Do i find a mediator?

Finding a mediator with training and experience can be challenging.  theMAC can help.

All of theMAC Professional Mediators must meet the highest standards required in Colorado.

They must:

  • Complete a 40-hour comprehensive mediation training program;
  • Participate as a mediator (lead and/or solo mediator) in ten or more cases covering a minimum of 100 hours;
  • Complete a requisite amount of continuing education, training, and experience every year;
  • Abide by theMAC‘s Code of Conduct and Ethics Policy and Procedures

Use our Find-A-Mediator tool at www.coloradomediation.org to search for a mediator based on name, area of practice, language spoken, county, or city. Or, just see a list of all of our Professional Member mediators.  Schedule your mediation directly with the mediator that you select.

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