Collaborative Peace Building Center

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About Collaborative Peace Building Center

The Collaborative Peace Building Center (CPBC) is a full-service conflict resolution firm. The Center provides a safe, confidential, neutral space for individuals, families, businesses, organizations and communities to creatively and constructively resolve their differences. This is accomplished by empowering parties to find creative methods to manage and resolve disputes.

CPBC strives to:

* Provide high quality, cost-effective conflict resolution services to our community

* Seek to diminish the influence of fear, in order to find answers which are in the best interests of all parties through facilitating parties in reaching their own solutions to problems

* Educate the community, so they may better understand conflict and the power of transforming conflict

* Promote alternative dispute resolution in our community, as a way to prevent, reduce and manage conflict, as opposed to the traditional adversarial court process

CPBC's goal is to contribute to the peacemaking and healing of our community, through non-adversarial dispute resolution processes.

Among our services, we offer mediation, workshops/trainings, life and business coaching. Our mediators and coaching all have graduate and post-graduate training in their respective fields.

Location

230 4th Avenue North, #105
Nashville, TN 37219

Question and answer

Q. What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?

A. Do you due diligence. A highly skilled and trained mediator, in most cases, will have a graduate or post-graduate training and at least ten (10) years experience in a field related to their niche. Since there is no regulation on mediation, you want to make sure who you chose will be qualified to do the job. This person does not have to be an attorney. In fact, attorneys, in most cases, are trained in the adversarial process and mediation should not be done in the same manner.

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