Renewed Hope mediation offers a safe environment for parties to share perspectives, express needs and concerns, engage in problem-solving, and develop mutually agreeable solutions.
Pamala specializes in case matters involving community concerns, small claims, diversity and inclusion, domestic relations/divorce, personal injury, landlord/tenant, and workplace conflict.
Pamala is a professional Collaborative Mediator® and certified Online Mediator with nearly 30 years of combined experience in professional counseling, life coaching, mediation, conflict resolution, and professional training and development.
She has provided mediation services for The Navigators, Phoenix Strategies, Ozark Christian College, Harry J. Lloyd Charitable Trust, Fuller Youth Institute, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, Pikes Peak Justice and Peace Commission, Engineering Ministries International the Better Business Bureau, and Small Claims Court of the El Paso County 4th Judicial District in Colorado.
Pamala has successfully negotiated large and small settlements in the following case matters: community concerns, small claims, domestic relations/civil unions, divorce, personal injury, landlord/tenant, labor relations and workplace conflict, and employment issues.
During the mediation process, Pamala functions as a neutral third party to facilitate conversation, assure fairness, and assist parties as they explore mutually agreeable solutions, and negotiate satisfying settlements.
Bowie State University
State University of New York Albany
M.S. Counseling Psychology
Fees: $300 per hour ($150 per party).