MEDIATORS

Our Mediators have successfully completed all courses and training in Dispute Resolution as required by The Supreme Court of Ohio.*  Courses include:  Basic Mediation and Uniform Mediation Act, Specialized Family & Divorce, Domestic Abuse Issues, Ethics, Professionalism and Substance Abuse, Parenting Coordination, and Guardian ad Litem Pre-service.
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ERICA WILLIAMS
CAROL WILLIAMS
AMY HASSE

Owner, Life Coach, Mediator

  • GradD in Education, University of Newcastle Upon Tyne

  • Bachelor of Science in Marketing, Liberty University 

  • Advanced Diploma, Life Coaching, Professional Christian Coaching Institute and Light University

  • Advanced Diploma, Crisis Response & Trauma Care, PTSD & Combat Stress, Military Suicide PAIR, Light University

  • Mediation Training, Supreme Court of Ohio

  • Critical Incident Response Training, 
    International Critical Incident Stress Foundation (ICISF)

  • Certified Brain Health Professional, Amen Clinics

  • Licensed Brain Health Trainer, Amen Clinics

M.Ed.-Guidance/Counseling

M.A.-Counseling

B.S.-Education/English

NCC-National Certified Counselor

LPCC-Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor

CEAP-Certified Employee Assistance Professional

Advanced Diploma-Life Coaching

Mediation Training-The Supreme Court of Ohio

B.S.-Psychology

Mediation Training-The Supreme Court of Ohio

The Mediators at TC Mediation bring a vast background of training and professional experience to the table.  Their professional experience includes:  Education, Counseling, Life and Executive Coaching, Corporate and Government work.

 

They have worked with Veterans, government officials, celebrities, and other dignitaries.  This background allows them to bring a broad depth of understanding and objectivity in helping individuals, families, small businesses, and churches who find themselves facing a situation in which a third party can assist them in resolving their differences.

Disclaimer: Mediation is NOT a substitute for legal advice. TC Mediators are not Attorneys, do not offer any legal advice, and do not act in the capacity of legal counselAttorneys can help their clients become educated about the laws of their state. Attorneys may be included in pieces of the mediation process (e.g., review of the Final Agreement and reduce it to legal language).