Mediation | Conflict Management | Training
MARY MILES, MEDIATOR
Mary Miles is founder and managing partner of Miles Mediation. She practiced as a solicitor with A&L Goodbody and the Legal Aid Board before training to become an accredited mediator in 2015. She has over 15 years of experience working with conflict and is very familiar with the difficulties and inadequacies of the court system in resolving disputes. She is a strong advocate of mediation as an alternative to court and has written and presented extensively on this topic.
At Miles Mediation our ultimate goal is to bring you peace of mind. Through our mindful mediation and conflict coaching services, workshops and training programmes, we are confident that we can teach you the skills necessary to enable you to navigate conflict in a more constructive way.
Conflict is part of life and it isn’t always a bad thing. It can challenge us and broaden our perspectives. However, living or working in an atmosphere of persistent conflict is extremely detrimental to both mental and physical wellbeing.
You are here because you need to address your conflict situation and make a change for the better. We are here to help you make that change.
Our mediators are trained to guide you using our PEACE method. You will not only leave our sessions with the practical elements required to resolve your conflict, but you will also learn valuable mindfulness skills which will empower you to find and keep the peace of mind you are seeking.
“Peace is this moment without judgement. That is all”
“I have had the pleasure of working with Mary in the context of teaching and training mediation and found her to be an insightful and reflective practitioner with a wealth of experience which made her training sessions highly engaging and practical. She has a wonderful rapport with students and a great ability to blend theory with practice in her teaching. She received outstanding feedback from the students who benefited from her thorough yet practical approach.”
Sabine Walsh, LLB, LLM, Mediator