Family Mediation Project
Dublin Community Mediation is host to The Family Mediation project. It is a not-for-profit research initiative, by Waterford Institute of Technology, based on a family mediation model developed by Dr Roisin O’ Shea of Arc Mediation.
The project offers means-tested family mediation dealing with guardianship, parenting (access), custody and maintenance, prioritising the best interests of children, and meeting children to hear their views.
Our team of volunteer mediators aim to offer a first appointment within 10 days.
To be eligible, participants must each have a gross income of less than €22,000, and have less than €5,000 in savings.
Low cost fees are charged at €25 per hour.
Mediation for parents and their children, or grandparents and their children and grandchildren, is now available through Quarryvale Family Resource Centre tel; 01 6230264, Killinarden Family Resource Centre tel; 01 4527143, St Kevin’s Family Resource Centre tel; 01 4627149 and Ballyboden Family Resource Centre tel; 01 4935953.
We also offer mediation to qualifying parents who may live at a distance through skype.
For further information or to apply, call any of the above numbers or directly to Dublin Community Mediation tel; 01 4515910 or email
You will be asked to complete an application form to determine if you qualify for the project.