Counselling and Research for the Family in Transition

Family Mediation
Family facilitation & mediation for families in transition

Parental Alienation
Parents, families, children & young people

Couples, individuals, children, young people & specific people groups

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Meet Jill Goldson

Winner, Practitioner Award for significant contribution to training and dispute resolutionLEADR Awards 2014

As Director of The Family Matters Centre Jill Goldson specialises in researching and working with the family in transition, during and after separation. She contributes to conferences and seminars and has published on this work.

Jill is a registered Family Dispute Resolution (FDR) provider and an Associate Member of the Arbitrators’ and Mediators’ Institute of New Zealand.

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“You have pioneered child inclusive processes particularly counselling and mediation and you have been thorough and persuasive in your research and your advocacy. The children in New Zealand are better for the work you have done.

Again, thank you for your contribution to this significant development in family law.”Peter Boshier, Former Principal Family Court Judge 2004-2014

Jill Goldson is a regular guest on New Zealand Radio and TV Shows

Jill Goldson is a featured contributor for the New Zealand Herald

Significantly, the responses of families themselves are clear:

I’m so sorry I lost control today during our session, I think you were remarkable and beautiful in the way you clung in there and brought us back on track. Many thanks again for your significant abilities today!Mary
We are very satisfied customers, it’s sort of obvious really that this is the way to go, isn’t it?
Separated Father of Three
I feel more comfortable inside and more happy inside.Kevin, 7
This has really helped me and my ex-partner. My mum is still venomous about my father and that’s the last thing I want for my kids.
Separated Mother of Two
It helps mum and dad to borrow us from each other and I like that the counsellor knows us all.Kim, 10