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Each quarter, Sharon Dolak brings together groups of people struggling with conflict for a six-hour workshop in Dallas/Fort Worth area. Groups of up to 20 people come together to learn how to improve their communication, listening, and negotiation skills using the same techniques Sharon employs in Dispute Resolution mediation.

By practicing through role play and learning how to communicate and listen effectively, participants discover how to resolve existing conflicts and prevent future crises by better managing everyday interactions.

Sharon also travels to small businesses in the Dallas/Fort Worth area to present similar, on-site workshops focused on conflict resolution in the workplace.

Contact Sharon for more information.

Marriage Counseling Vs. Dispute Resolution

When couples get to a sticking point in their relationships, many assume that the next step should be marriage or couples counseling. But many couples are surprised to find that counseling may not actually be the fastest and most effective way to overcome a conflict and repair their relationship.

Read Brian’s story.


Counseling is a long-term, ongoing strategy designed to examine personal issues that may contribute to unhappy relationships. A counselor is trained to dig into the past, pinpointing and…

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Saving a Marriage

For one blended family, mediation created harmony where once there was anger and hurt. After counseling failed, the newlywed parents came to Sharon Dolak. Together, they learned how to communicate and quickly disign a solution that created a peaceful home for both parents and stepchildren.

Here’s his story ►