Professional Details

Sue Bronson
Certified
Senior MediatorSenior MediatorSenior Mediator

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Milwaukee, WI 53202
USA
414-841-6689

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Description of Practice

This Mediator is Certified
Sue Bronson: Family, Eldercare, Workplace, & Special Education Dispute Resolution Services and Training

Sue Bronson is a mediator with over thirty-five years experience. She provides opportunities to improve communication and expand options to meet your needs. In addition to written agreements, people have expressed that they feel more confidence, have a better understanding of each other's perspectives, and are comfortable with their decisions.

Sue Bronson provides clear structured information to demystify complex concepts without oversimplifying. Her training sessions offer theoretical understanding, provides the context to translate theory into practice, and stays focused on the heart of the matter. She encourages people to build on and integrate the knowledge and skills they bring. How you reach the result, is as important as the goal itself.

Professional Background

Since 1983, Sue has been a pioneer in mediation with her primary focus on mediating work place disputes and custody and parenting agreements. She trains Judges, Lawyers, Psychologists, and Social Workers in mediation skills and group facilitation.

As a psychotherapist, Sue helps to strengthen relationships, provide healing from trauma, and assist people to regain inner peace.

Sue is Co-Chair of the ACR Elder Justice Initiative on Eldercare Coordination. Sue is also Past Chair of the Association of Conflict Resolution Family Section and a charter member of Wisconsin Association of Mediators. She is the lead author of the Self-Assessment Tool for Mediators, now translated into Spanish, French, and Dutch.

Experience

Sue Bronson has been helping to resolve family and workplace disputes for thirty-five years. Sue has been selected as a mediator for US Postal Service disputes, Wisconsin Special Education disputes, Milwaukee County Permanency Project, and other rosters. Her extensive experience building cooperation between highly conflictual parties produces results.

Training

Dates    Trainer(s)    Title   
March 3-5& April 7-8, 2010    Sue Bronson    Famliy Mediation 40 hours
June 10-11, 2010    Sue Bronson and Rachel Monaco-Wilcox    Elder Mediation 16 hours
May 13, 2010    Sue Bronson and Lynn Gaffigan    Advanced Family Mediation: DV and other Impediments 8 hours

Approach

Mediation is a voluntary facilitated discussion where you share facts, acknowledge emotions, and work through difficulties, resulting in better decisions and a better relationship. I highlight opportunities to improve communication and choices that meets your needs. Core beliefs and values:
  • People are able to resolve their disputes when given a safe environment to discuss their similarities and differences.
  • Relationships are important. Some relationships continue with more understanding, others end more peacefully.
  • How you reach the result is as important as the goal itself. You take the lead as she keeps you focused on what is important to you.

Fees

Reasonable fees. Please call for discuss your individual needs and services available.

Other Information

Sue offers custom training in improving communication, conflict management skills, mediation, and group facilitation.

Areas of Practice

  • Adult Family
  • Divorce (all issues)
  • Divorce (parenting)
  • Elder
  • Employment
  • Family
  • General
  • LGBTQ
  • Organizational
  • Postal Service
  • Special Education
  • Workplace

Professional Services

  • Mediator
  • Facilitator
  • Conflict Coach
  • Advanced Mediation Trainer
  • Communication Skills Trainer
  • Mediation Consultant
  • Mediation Trainer
  • Staff Developer

This dispute resolution professional keeps liability insurance.