Supporting families through change
Cambridge Family Mediation Service has been supporting families through change for over 30 years. We work with couples facing separation or divorce, and with other members of their families, offering support through:
We offer a free service for Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) dispute resolution and mediation. This service is for parents, carers and young people in Cambridge.
Our team of mediators come from a variety of professional backgrounds and have a wealth of skills and experience in family mediation and conflict resolution. All of our mediators are Family Mediation Council Accredited (i.e. hold FMCA status) and are therefore qualified to conduct Mediation Information and Assessment Meetings (MIAMS) and complete the mediator part of court forms when a client intends to make an application regarding a family matter. All our mediators are fully qualified to carry out both privately and publicly funded (legally aided) mediation. Find out more about the mediators here.
Our Board of Trustees is made up of volunteers from the local Community who value what we offer and want to support us to maintain our high standards. We would love to hear from you if you would like to consider becoming a Trustee. For more information call Mike Mack (Operations Manager) on 01223 576308 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our service is:
Confidential – Nothing you say is passed on to anyone without your consent. However, if there are significant concerns about the well-being and safety of children or adults, the appropriate agency will be contacted.
Professional – All our services are run by highly qualified practitioners with extensive experience of supporting families through change.
Flexible – We can offer initial appointments by Skype and out of hours appointments by arrangement.
Trusted – Over the last 30 years, we have established a local and national reputation for offering quality services that work. We are contracted by the Legal Services Commission to provide publicly funded mediation. In 2011 we won the Avril Reid Award for Innovation from National Family Mediation.
See what our clients say: View testimonials