Conflict is a normal part of life. Each of us is a unique individual with our own set of life experiences, worldview, relationships, personality, values, goals, etc. In every arena of life, we continually encounter people whose opinions, purposes, goals, and desires differ from ours – which can produce conflict.
While the existence of conflict is normal and neither good nor bad, the way we deal with conflict will determine whether the results will be constructive or destructive. When the parties approach a conflict with attitudes and techniques that are positive and cooperative, the results can be better than either would have developed on their own. If the attitudes and techniques are negative and adversarial, the results can be hurt, anger, bitterness, and escalation of the conflict rather than resolution.
Bill Freeman enjoys helping people experience freedom in their relationships, especially freedom from pain, rejection, and bitterness that often comes from conflict. He is skilled at creating a non-adversarial environment, as well as using his personal experience and training, to equip and encourage his clients to develop new perspectives, attitudes and techniques to work cooperatively to resolve their conflicts. He offers hope and practical solutions for individuals or organizations dealing with conflict.
We offer three types of conflict resolution services: Conflict Coaching, Mediation, and Reconciliation.