My goal is to deliver high-quality professional gatherings in which solutions are reached in a constructive process. I have a professional approach which is customized to your speed, timing, and needs. I will help you reach a resolution that is best for you and your loved ones. Get in touch with me today for more information.
Our goal is to make the mediation process go as smoothly as possible. . Call us today at 208-880-5186 if you have any questions about our services. We look forward to working with you.
The courts of this country should not be the places where resolution of disputes begins. They should be the places where the disputes end after alternative methods of resolving disputes have been considered and tried.
Sheldon Forehand, CPM, is a professional mediator and partner of the NeuroMediation Group. He is certified by the Idaho Mediation Association and listed by the Idaho Supreme Court for Child Custody Mediation. For the past twenty years he has worked in the conflict management business helping youth and adults work through challenging obstacles at the county and state level.
As a mediator, he helps clients open lines of communication, identify issues, find common ground, and ultimately reach a solution that everyone can live with. His primary objective in ALL cases is to provide a quality professional forum in which decisions are reached in a constructive process.
Sheldon's engaging style draws upon his nearly three decades of life stories and experience helping at-risk youth and adults work through crises, challenging obstacles. His empathy, curiosity, dedication, and storytelling help him to immediately connect with people. His unique approach recognizes recent advancements in understanding how our brains are wired. His calm, honest, and direct approach enables clients to escape their classic fight or flight reactions to activate higher-level executive functions. People can think clearly and avoid habitual patterns that make a conflict worse.
Sheldon is a board member of the Idaho Mediation Association and previously worked in sales and marketing with Johnson and Johnson and Thomson Reuters. He also worked as a probation officer. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Boise State University, where he attended on a football scholarship.
"Engagement is always better than disengagement. If we don't talk, somebody else will."