Feeling stuck? Tired of fighting?
Warrior Mediator has been proudly serving the Roanoke & NRV Valleys, Virginia, and the world with:
Our training incorporates strategies and tools to help you improve communication, reduce conflict, collaborate effectively, and increase productivity. We provide up-to-date, trauma-informed, and relevant training to increase collaboration and productivity. Our innovative, approach engages participants with practical, up-to-date, and relevant content.
From relationship issues to stress and trauma-related concerns, we've developed specialized Life Coaching and Emotional Wellness Coaching programs that offer an increased focus on emotional well-being, as well as practical tools for creating change. Each of these programs incorporates processes that bring wholeness and clarity into your life.
Mediation Services are available to support the needs of individuals, groups, organizations, families, and all other forms of interpersonal conflicts who wish to work collaboratively through a solution-based approach using mediation. My Certified Mediation gets you Actionable Agreements for real change.
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Kim is a Certified Mediator through the Virginia Supreme Court and specializes in working with conflict prevention and resolution. Kim thrives when dealing with difficult people and situations.
He is also a Certified Life Coach and Mental Health Coach, and his ideal clients are "stuck".
He has led numerous men's leadership & empowerment groups, has taught classes for several universities, and has worked with teens on community projects involving conflict prevention and resolution.
Kim's life experiences (he grew up in the circus), practical training, education, coaching experience, and teaching background provide Kim the tools needed to help almost anyone become "unstuck".
Resolution Virginia is a consortium of non-profit community dispute resolution centers working to help Virginians resolve conflict constructively.