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Jeanette Kinahan

Jeanette specialises in preventing and managing personal injury and illness - including work injury - including those arising from workplace stress and conflict. 

Jeanette utilises her significant and diverse 25 years + allied health, conflict management and industry experience to work with individuals, teams and organisations to resolve conflict, restore harmonious work relationships and productivity and prevent escalation to absence, work stress or personal injury.

Jeanette mediates, facilitates and coaches individuals and teams experiencing disharmony or conflict. Building conflict engagement competence and mitigating OHSW risks is integral to Jeanette's approach to conflict management and dispute resolution



Dov Silberman

I can conduct mediations and arbitrations, and can also represent people and companies at them



Nicholas Floreani is an experienced ADR practitioner specialising in building, construction and engineering disputes.

He is admitted as a barrister of the Supreme Court of South Australia and New South Wales and a solicitor of England and Wales. He practises from Jeffcott Chambers in Adelaide.

Nick is an accredited Mediator, Arbitrator and Adjudicator in South Australia and the Northern Territory.

Prior to joining Jeffcott Chambers, he gained experience in complex international and domestic construction disputes whilst at the New South Wales Bar and with the law firm, Allen Allen & Hemsley, Sydney and later Clifford Chance, London.

Janice McLeay

With broad experience in workplace issues, Janice has also completed some commercial mediations. She provides a range of dispute resolution and dispute management services.

Carl Ken Wicklund
Simone Kennedy
Sophie Timmins Thomson
New England / North West Country NSW

Create Better Outcomes with Thomson Mediation

Thomson mediation has developed over my more than 20 years of experience as a legal practitioner and partner of a grazing company. We specialize in people.  Mediation is the future. In almost every part of our lives technology is taking over. It is becoming more and more difficult to communicate or express ourselves. Mediation gives a controlled environment to solve problems between parties. Through the process of mediation participants are given the power to resolve their conflict. Mediation is an effective method to resolve disputes when they arise or after they arise.


Susie Whillas

2002 to present Diversity Council Australia Limited: Senior Consultant to the Sydney office responsible to provide for the maintenance and growth of company membership nationally with particular focus on EEO and Diversity program compliance. Specialisation in Organisational Development skills and experience in the corporate sector [across all sectors from manufacturing, mining, legal, finance, Defence]. Providing advice, designing and delivering appropriate workplace interventions - including investigations, reviews, cultural audits, training, mediations and feedback to ensure best practice Diversity management of the workforce. Design and delivery of Diversity, Investigation Management, Contact Officer training programs to all levels of organizations. 2002 Mirima Dawang Woolabgerrring, Kununurra, W.A.: All Community Consultation and committee Liaison for the preparation of Mirima Language and Cultural Centre 5 year Strategic Plan Report 2000 to present Michael Muir & Associates; Secretary small architectural practice designing, contract administration and supervision of the construction of housing and medium scale projects nationally. 1998 Women's Activities and Self Help House, Maria Guppy & Associates.Women's Needs in Mt. Druitt. Designed and managed the consultation with the NESB community, in particular the Pacific Islander women, Aboriginal women, Filipino women, Turkish and South American women and female youth.Department of Housing, Rice Ewald ArchitectsThe redesign of the Bundaleer housing estate in Warrawong, Wollongong. This required a consultation strategy to advise and respond to the needs identified by the Cook Islander, Vietnamese and Turkish communities residing in the estate, and to interface with the Department of Housing and the Architects supervising the project on an ongoing basis.Department of Community ServicesMt Druitt/Bidwell CSGP Youth Services Review. The consultancy required extensive consultation with youth in particular the Aboriginal and NESB youth including both school goers and street frequenting non school going youth to determine their needs and servicing preferences. The development of this needs analysis informed the model recommended for future implementation.Department of Community ServicesReview into youth homelessness in the Bankstown area. The project consulted with some 40 representatives of local services including Aboriginal and NESB specific services to determine issues of accessibility and service needs. 1995 Jewish Care 1994 Campbelltown City CouncilStage 2. Implementation of recommended changes to the management and programming structure of six youth centres.Stage 1. Consultation with the local aboriginal NESB and disability services to determine their perceptions of the six CSGP funded youth centres and their preferences for future operations. Proposed redesign of the service model and management structure. 1994 Department of Community Services NSWUndertake a youth based needs analysis of the Youth Development Officer position with particular emphasis on the Moslem, Arabic speaking and Indo Chinese communities in the Bankstown local government area. Support the Bankstown Workers with Youth Network to incorporate the outcomes of this review and manage the selection of a new auspice for the Youth Development Officer. 1994 Council for Equal Opportunity in Employment LtdAssistant DirectorWorking on the design of training products and grievances. Established a Special Employment Placement Office project to promote the employment of people with a disability in the private business sector.Consultant: Competency Based Pay SystemsA Warringah Council project which required the extensive liaising and interviewing of some 100 staff across a division to update their duty statement and re-design descriptors for each person.Consultant: Balangarri Aboriginal Corporation, Turkey Creek, KimberleyEmployed by the Balangarri Management Committee to update the organisation's previous five year plan which the organisation had implemented well before schedule. The project required extensive liaison with the Management Committee, the 10 independent Balangarri outstation communities and the organisation's staff. Culturally appropriate project development steps were designed before final research, preparation and printing of the final report. The entire project required extensive financial planning and administrative skills as well as sound knowledge of local culture and the community context to ensure that it was completed on time and with community endorsement. 1994 Special Projects: (Organisation Development Division, Warringah Council, Sydney)In this capacity I was required to work on the establishment of Council's first Equal opportunity Management Plan scheduled to be produced by June 1994. I was required to collect, analyse and prepare an organisation staff profile form which was the blue-print for the first management plan developed.The management plan details strategies to promote and develop the participation of women, people from non-English speaking backgrounds, Aboriginal people and people with disabilities in the local council workforce. Considerations of these target groups was then incorporated into the overall service delivery to the community. 1993 to 1994 Special Projects: Community Facilities Division, Warringah Council, SydneyI was employed to review the customer services and marketing of the division's many diverse functions. I participated in a Council wide task force on customer service and assisted with the writing of the final report recommending changes to Council. I supervised the recruitment of appropriate front counter staff, the re design of the public contact area, a review and streamlining of information and systems including an operations manual used by these staff in the day to day operations of the office. 1991 Consultant: Waringarri and Balangarri Aboriginal Corporations.Preparation of Corporate Plans for both these organisations including the documentation of the development of Aboriginal Outstation Movement in both the Turkey Creek and Kununurra areas as well as projections of future corporate goals and detailed staff work programmes. The development of specific projects to enhance and promote the opportunities of local Miriwoong women such as the lodgement of Women's Business (Law) site leasehold and development of funding submission to establish basic infrastructure, such as road, fencing and water on the site. Detailed research, liaison with all relevant user and service organisations including both State and Federal government agencies. The preparation, writing and printing of the documents, once final endorsement gained form the local Aboriginal Management Committees. 1990 Consultant: Department of Community Services WAPreparation of grant submission document to study the juvenile justice system in the north-east Kimberley and its impact on Aboriginal youth. Development of 5 year plans for North East Kimberley Aboriginal Communities. 1987 to 1990 Coordinator: Waringarri Aboriginal Corporation, Kununurra, East KimberleyIn this capacity I managed Waringarri, the largest Aboriginal Organisation in the Kimberley, providing regular advice to the Management Committee and assisting with the development of each of the organisation's seven diverse sections, These included the Outstation Community Development Sections, Accounts, Alcohol Project, Waringarri Media (Community Radio Station), Waringarri Arts and Crafts, Mayaroong Construction (a building construction company) and Plant Nursery.As Manager I was directly responsible for the daily operations of the organisation, required to supervise project and clerical staff, research and establish new projects such as Mirima Dawang Woolab Gerring (or Miriwoong Language & Culture Centre), assist individual community members, attend community meetings, undertake all administration of corporate documents and provide appropriate training to staff members as required. Other major projects such as the development of a Waringarri Corporate Video and a Waringarri Women's Driving Course (now ongoing), the Waringarri Annual reports, seek funding and prepare annual budgets for new projects, the resource centre of Waringarri and the represented individual communities. In addition to these duties, I was required to liaise extensively with both Government and non-government agencies on all matters pertaining to local Aboriginal needs, i.e. land, training, health, mining, culture, essential services etc., to promote greater awareness of the needs and enhance these services areas. Waringarri organised and facilitated major projects during this period such as the "East Kimberley Aboriginal Communities Housing Conference" (1989), and the third "West Australian Aboriginal Broadcasters Conference" (1990), which provided forums in these sectors beyond the East Kimberley region. 1987 Equal Employment Opportunity Co-ordinator: NSW Urban Transit AuthorityIn this capacity I was required to write the Authority's EEO Annual Report, re-structure the EEO programme into 7 individual branch plans and provide ongoing advice and assistance to managers involving Unions, and the Director of the EEO programme. Supervise the 15 staff members and prioritise the initiatives for women, people of non-English speaking background (NESB), Aborigines and people with disabilities to be developed by the EEO Unit. Participation on ESL. Parliamentary committees and various conferences on behalf of the Manager, EEO. The design and conduct of specialist training to meet the needs of women in the organisation and people from NESB in particular. 1986-1987 Project Office: EEO Unit Public Works Department, SydneyDuties included the design and distribution of statistical monitors for EEO data base, identification and design of training courses for target group members, such as:-� Career Development Workshops for Women� Women in Management� Job Kits� Harassment in the WorkplaceOther duties required the critical review of employment practices, research and provision of background papers on issues relating to discrimination in employment, advice to senior officers regarding EEO strategies and their implementation, presentation in training sessions of both EEO and staff development courses as necessary. The provision of advice on grievances ad resolution of grievances and discriminatory practice, the preparation of literature for target group members, the EEO annual reports and progress reports as required. Personnel Officer: Public Works Department, SydneyAs the Department's Personnel Officer I was required to deal with a range of complex personnel matters. Matters dealt with varied from implementing the Department's policies regarding retirement age to providing senior management with a plan and advice on a proposed job rotation scheme. In this capacity I was further able to develop my understanding of the conditions which govern public service staff, and the application of these in the Department. I continued to provide a grievance resolution service and present sessions to all relevant courses. Tutor: Centre for Continuing Education, University of SydneyI revised the correspondence course entitled "Australia, A Nation of Immigrants" and tutored discussion groups. The course operated by correspondence so I was required to "tutor-by-post" providing critical analysis and marking of essays for course, and some face to face visits also required for course. 1985 Research Assistant: EEO Unit Public Works Department, SydneyDuties included investigation of EEO issues, statistical analysis of data and preparation of reports for the Department's Equal Opportunity Co-ordinator.ESP/ESL Bi-lingual support teacher: Department of TAFE employed by Petersham Outreach as a Bi-lingual support teacher, a teacher is English as a Second Language (ESL) and English for Specific Purposes (ESP). In the 3 trades based courses I taught for Outreach, duties included: effecting a needs analysis of groups' requirements designing a correspondence course and lesson outline, bilingually teach course content, preparing detailed reports and submissions on assessment and effectiveness of course. Assisting course members to find appropriate employment on completion of the course. Translator: Petersham Outreach College of TAFEPrivate Tutor of English to Uruguayan Immigrants in Milperra. 1984 Research/Consultant: SBS Committee ReviewAnalysis of statistical data to ascertain B.S. 0/28 and 2EA Radio. Research of background material for short film "Gloria". Translator/Subtitle:Translated and provided the Spanish sub-titles for the documentary entitled "No Pasaran" by film maker David Bradbury. Interpreted on set during making of the film "Gloria" by filmmaker Patricia Boero: catered for the cast and crew of short film "When We Get the Money" by filmmaker Jinks Dulhunty. Interviewer:Employed by the Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) Network 0/28 to interview Spanish Speaking Survey Participants by telephone. 1982 Private Tutor:Private Tutor of English Language in Granada, Spain. 1981 Manager:Part-time manger of Deans Coffee Lounge, Sydney 1980 Manager:Part-time manager for New Edition Bookshop Tearooms, Sydney. Responsible for the overall efficient operations of the restaurant and staff. 1979 Interpreter: Canadian Embassy Belgrade, YugoslaviaDuties included standard clerical work and interpreting as required in visa application interviews from French into Serbo-Croatian. 1978 Clerical:Part-time employment at the library of the University of NSW. Duties included printing the catalogue code into book spines and basic clerical duties as required.

Peter  Flynn

Construction/Architecture/Engineering Builder

Dennis Farrar
Bryan Meagher SC

I am a mediator approved by the ACT Supreme Court and have been since 2009. I have since then mediated in many matters that have been or are about to be commenced in that Court. The nature of the disputes vary and include commercial cases, estate cases , personal injury and medical negligence cases and generally all types of civil litigation. I have also occasionally mediated disputes in other jurisdictions usually where lawyers in the ACT are involved I was appointed SC in 2004 and have practised in the ACT and NSW as a barrister in most types of civil litigation for many years. My chambers are Blackburn Chambers on level 12 AMP Building Hobart Place Canberra City phone 62473203; email meagher@blackburnchambers.com.au There are facilities for mediation in chambers and at present they are available at no cost.

Michele Silver
Jocelyn Luff
Ian Richards
South Australia, Northern Territory, Nationally - Online

About Ian
Ian is a Nationally Accredited Mediator under the NMAS, a Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner (Family Mediator), counsellor and an academic teacher in higher education.

What He Believes:

That everyone is different and understand that each person is the expert in their lives.
That people are holistic in their makeup, that is, everyone has physical, psychological, social, and spiritual aspects to their life.
That counselling or mediation should be a place to go to gain new tools, strategies and ideas that match the individual’s holistic makeup, and will help people move in the direction that is beneficial to their wellness.

His Values
Ian has a value of 3C’s.  Caring, Commitment, and Challenge.  That is he will:

do his best to care for people by actively listening to them in a non judgemental way.

commit to you by understanding your wants and wishes for counselling/mediation and work within ethical boundaries to help you achieve and or develop realistic outcomes.

at times, challenge your thoughts and ideas to facilitate a deeper understanding or to develop a path forward.  


Justine O'Reilly
James Clifford

Construction/Architecture/Engineering Company Director Design & Construct Projects - 30 years

Joyce Crawford
Canberra and surrounding NSW

Workplace mediation assists parties experiencing conflict to reach a fair and workable agreement. An impartial, external mediator with appropriate qualifications and practical skills supports parties to reach resolution when they have had an opportunity to reflect on the issues and focus on the future.

Workplace mediation can be an appropriate intervention at various stages of conflict or tension. It is a valuable tool for:

  • Restoring a working relationship following a formal investigation
  • Discussing a working relationship that is experiencing tension and could escalate into a formal complaint
  • Agreeing on return to work arrangements

For more information, visit our website www.effectivepeople.com.au or Facebook https://www.facebook.com/EffectivePeopleAU?fref=ts


Phyllis Peterson
Karene Primrose
Western Australia

Practical, no-nonsense and cost effective - this is what mediation should be about.  As a commercial litigator, partner of Jackson McDonald and Dispute Resolution practice group leader, Karene is acutely aware of the high cost, risk and delay associated with litigating disputes.   As a nationally accredited mediator and conciliator, Karene focusses on parties' genuine commercial interests and strives for an outcome that represents a fair and sensible binding resolution to disputes, avoiding the financial and personal costs that come with litigation. 

Karene has trained as a mediator with LEADR (now Resolution Institute) and Harvard University, Boston US, in advanced mediation. 

She serves as a mediator for a number of organisations such as the Small Business Development Corporation of WA ADR scheme, the Office of the Franchising Mediaton Advisor and the Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman's office.  She is also appointed as a senior sessional member of the WA State Administrative Tribunal.  

In addition, Karene has been a member of Resolution Institute since 2003 and has served many terms on the State Chapter committee and is part of the organisation's Professional Development Group. 

Karene has been recognised in Doyle's Guide in successive years as a Leading Mediator in Western Australia.

James Judge

I am focussed upon helping individuals and organisations resolve workplace and related conflicts, navigate through periods of complex change and build capacity in both individuals and teams.

My motivation is to reduce the wasteful economic and human costs that can occur when people aren’t working successfully together, communicating effectively, or realising their potential. 

I bring years of experience, an authentic approach and carefully informed, tailored methodologies to address the underlying challenges you face.

Here are just some of the ways I enjoy helping organisations and individuals

- Mediating emerging or existing conflicts between people or teams

- Enabling groups to work more cohesively, especially during times of ambiguity and change.

- Getting injured employees back to work quickly and preventing expensive grievances and workers compensation claims.

- Ensuring meetings and other forms of personal interactions are effective and respectful.

- Conducting difficult negotiations and facilitating complex consultative processes professionally and impartially.

- Coaching executives or individuals seeking guidance, career advice or wanting to deepen their personal insight

Chris Ronalds SC

Chris is a highly experienced mediator, especially in a full range of employment disputes including sexual harassment, all forms of discrimination and bullying.

John Fisher

Arbitrator, adjudicator, mediator - construction, commercial, community. I have run my own practice in project recovery and dispute resolution since 2008. In 40 years experience of international construction experience I developed profitable consultancy businesses in Australia, Europe, the Middle East and South East Asia. I help clients to resolve their disputes by investigating the best ADR process (or processes) to use in their particular circumstances. I'm a strategic thinker, an empathetic listener and solution driven.

Tina Hoyer
Townsville, Cairns, Mackay, regional Queensland
Christine Runnegar

Legal advocate with 10+ years diverse litigation experience acting for Australian government departments and agencies. Areas of practice: competition law (anti-trust), taxation law, privacy and freedom of information law, corporate regulation and commercial law, information technology and communications law, administrative law, workers' compensation law

Current position - Senior Director, Internet Trust, Internet Society

With a background in regulatory litigation and an international outlook, Christine compliments her privacy and security expertise with a deep appreciation of technology. She rolls up her sleeves to work with governments and other stakeholders to write guiding policies on cybersecurity, privacy and other Internet issues. She is also not afraid of hackathons.

Board member of the Internet Security Research Group - Co-Chair of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Privacy Interest Group (PING) - Member of the International Bar Association (IBA) and the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) - Friend of the International Association of Prosecutors (IAP) - Served as Member of the then European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA) Permanent Stakeholders Group (PSG) and as a non-IAB Member of the Internet Architecture Board (IAB) Privacy and Security Program

Sharryn Ryan

I mediate situations involving interpersonal, employment, tenancy and neighbourhood disputes.  In 1991 I was admitted as a solicitor and have worked in the criminal, administrative, child protection and professional conduct jurisdictions. I work as a mediator  in the City of Sydney area, as well as the Blue Mountains and central west.  I have a particular understanding of the dynamics involved with same-sex couples where difficult issues have arisen.

Elizabeth  Jessup
Narelle Mason

Counselling, Masters in Counselling

Kate Russell
Elke Pitkethley
Anthony Grieve

He is well placed to deal with highly technical dispute resolution cases. His dispute resolution experience includes arbitration, court reference, adjudication and mediation of domestic and international matters.

Serge Killingbeck
Far North Coast NSW

Workplace management in regional and remote Australia. We provide a full suite of WHS and HR support services to businesses. Our services include HR and employee management, WHS and HR documentation, employee relations and dispute resolution, training, risk management assessments, investigations and completion of employment services.

Based in the town of Alstonville on the far north coast of New South Wales, we have business and public sector clients from New South Wales, Queensland, Northern Territory, and Western Australia.


10yrs as a construction/project engineer 10yrs as a Barrister 15yrs as an Arbitrator/ Mediator

Steve Abbott

With 40 years’ experience in the Building, Construction and Engineering Industries, Steve Abbott has worked through the Construction Industry from Carpenter to senior management positions within some of the largest construction organisations in Australia.  During the first 20 years of his career in construction contracting, his responsibilities ranged from the delivery of individual major projects to the management of complete business units for major construction organisations.

Steve is an accomplished construction expert specialising in the areas of time (delay/disruption), quantum, quality of product and construction process / project delivery.  He has provided expert witness services in relation to Arbitrations (including International Arbitrations), Expert Determinations, Mediations and has authored expert reports and testified in most legal jurisdictions including the Supreme Courts of New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria.

Steve has provided expert services on some of the largest building, construction and engineering projects across Australia together with major projects in New Zealand, Macau, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and the United Kingdom.  During the past 20 years since launching SJA, Steve has also played an active role in the Client-Side Project Management of hundreds of live construction projects via SJA’s Project Management Division including the day to day Project Management of construction projects and also acting in the role of Superintendent.

Steve is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Project Management, a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management, a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Building, a Member of the Resolution Institute (formally the Institute of Arbitrators and Mediators Australia), a Member of the Society of Construction Law and a Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (UK).

Steve is also a Certified Practicing Project Manager with the Australian Institute of Project Management. He holds a current Supervisor’s Certificate in accordance with the requirements of the NSW Office of Fair Trading and holds a Builder - Project Management License with the Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC).  Steve is also a member of the Australian Property Council, and the Master Builders Association of NSW.

Steve is also a qualified Mediator and Expert Determiner with the Resolution Institute and is currently studying in relation to the Certificate in Arbitration.

The Hon. Dennis Cowdroy AO, QC
Based in Sydney CBD in Legal Precinct

Former Justice of the Federal Court of Australia and Chairperson of the Australian Electoral Commission and inaugural Integrity Commissioner, ACT

Susan Leeming
Perth and surrounding areas

Susan offers a discreet and confidential service. She empowers and supports clients to make decisions and have the conversations that are needed to progress decisions and move on with their lives.

Bianca Keys

Bianca Keys provides conflict prevention, management and resolution services via mediation, training and conflict management coaching. She is also an experienced facilitator for group discussions and planning days. Bianca provides mediation services for commercial and workplace issues, with particularly strong experience in franchising and SME disputes. In addition, Bianca mediates sporting, healthcare and creative industry disputes. For further information visit www.biancakeys.com

John Whelan
Richard Anicich

I am a commercial and corporate lawyer with over 35 years experience and more recently also as a non-executive director. My practice focus has been in the areas of commercial, property, corporate, corporate governance, insurance, building & construction and insolvency.

I have participated in many mediations both as a representative of the parties in the mediation and as a mediator. 

Gail Cork

Gail has worked in various ADR roles since first training with LEADR (now Resolution Institute) in 1990. She has undertaken extensive additional training through RI and the Australian Commercial Disputes Centre (now Australian Disputes Centre) and has been NMAS accredited since the national accreditation scheme commenced. As a mediator, she has specialised in workplace and intellectual property, both fields well suited to her work in arts administration which ran in tandem with her mediation practice over many years. Gail is a highly experienced RI coach and has assessed hundreds of candidates for NMAS accreditation. She received a Resolution Institute award in 2014 for services to professional development in ADR.

Elizabeth Rosa

I conduct workplace mediations, facilitations and team workshops. I also conduct workplace mediations arising out of workplace bullying and harassment claims.

Atousa Khadem

I have over 20 years experience in mediation and conflict resolution and training. I have particular experience dealing with workplace disputes.

Bill Morgan
Brisbane CBD

I offer mediation services in business disputes and family law property disputes.

Alan Limbury

Alan practises “Principled Negotiation” and interests-based mediation taking a non-judgmental approach, while not shrinking from reality-testing and raising possible options for agreement. He is creatively facilitative, seeking a broad focus, persistent and patient throughout. Alan has a calm, respectful approach, remaining ostensibly optimistic. He often rigorously tests lawyers in confidential session with their clients to obtain a realistic appraisal of their prospects in court or before an arbitrator. An empathetic mediator, Alan is able to help craft a process to suit the needs of the parties while being mindful of but not rigidly bound to any format. He is strictly observant of confidences.

Tracey Wheat
Pilbara, Western Australia

Experienced Indigenous, Domestic Violence and Restorative Justice Mediation Practitioner.  With a background in business management, Workplace Dispute Resolution is now offered also.  Accredited Family Dispute Resolution services available in person for the Pilbara and Kimberley regions.  Please feel free to discuss any other areas not listed.

With current and ongoing professional development, Conflict Coaching will be available in the future.  

Based in the Pilbara of Western Australia with services available in all regional and remote locations.  


Jack Quaid -
Canberra, southern tablelands, Sydney, Hunter

Property Valuation, Real Estate, Construction, Government, Executive Management, Human Resources.

Family Dispute Resolution

Private Mediation Agreements

Property Settlement

Yvonne de Borde
Jean-Marcel Malliate
Julia Burns