What happens in child inclusive mediation?

It is crucial to hear children’s voices when parents hold opposing views as to what their child may be thinking, feeling, and saying. And it is extremely common for a child of separating parents to feel they have to take sides, or have to say certain things to one parent in order to please the other. This may result in the child giving out conflicting messages. Child inclusive mediation allows children to talk about all these things with a neutral person. This article provides an overview of what it is, why it is used, and the process involved.