Mediation is inviting a neutral party into your conflict in order to pursue mutually-agreeable next steps. Our mediators facilitate communication between parties as they support them in crafting the best, next steps forward.
Clint is a professional mediator who investigates and identifies the interests of clients, in order to craft a path out of conflict. He creates an environment in which all voices are heard and considered. He guides the mediation process in an efficient and effective manner to assist groups and organizations in moving forward to a clearer future. He protects confidentiality and fosters a sense of security for all parties involved.
Clint completed his training at Naveen Jindal School of Management at the University of Texas, Dallas in the Negotiation and Mediation Professional Certification Program. Additionally, he has Advanced Family Mediation training through the Dispute Resolution Center of Central Texas. He is an ordained pastor with the Presbyterian Church, USA, and currently leads the congregation of Wimberley Presbyterian Church.
Catherine is a professional mediator and founder of Regen Mediation. She works as a neutral party to guide participants through negotiations in personal or legal disputes. She utilizes various communication techniques and will meet with all parties involved to discuss concerns with the goal of reaching creative solutions. Her background in finance adds additional perspective in complex monetary and property disputes.
Catherine completed her training at Naveen Jindal School of Management at the University of Texas, Dallas in the Negotiation and Mediation Professional Certification Program. Additionally, she has Advanced Family Mediation training through the Dispute Resolution Center of Central Texas.
Each mediation case is different. We offer services crafted to meet your specific needs.
Contact us for a free phone consultation to determine if our services are right for you.
We understand the need for privacy in mediation cases, and offer the strictest confidentiality.
Business disputes do not have to end up in the courtroom. A neutral party can facilitate effective negotiation in situations where communication has broken down. Mediation can save much needed time and money.
Church life isn't perfect
Disputes can arise even when all parties have the best intentions.
We are here to help you navigate the conflict your church is experiencing. There is hope for the future.
Families are the most important group you'll ever be a part of. Conflict is a normal part of that experience. Mediation can help your family navigate specific conflicts efficiently and effectively.
"Thank you so much for your patience, time and genuine helpfulness.
We were truly fortunate to have you as our mediators. Your value to us has been far more than twice your charge."