You are in 190 weiss klein Mediation

In-Mediation is a shortcut for Integrated Mediation. In are the first two letters of the word Integrated. They appear in most of the languages i.e. integrierte Mediation or Integrētā mediācija. Thus those two letters are underlining the international approachIn also means moving in Mediation and that means to always find a good solution.

There always is a solution


Indeed, you definitely arrived at the world of integrated mediation. You are in therefore already. Stay a bit and learn with us what an integrated mediation is able to achieve. You will be surprised – even if you are professional already. It is much more and going much deeper than expected.

Our concern is mediation

We do understand mediation as to be a cognition process. It describes pretty well the steps our thinking has to pass, in order to achieve amicable solutions. For us, mediation is a way of searching, overcoming dilemmas and contradictions in a best possible way without the need to fight.

Integrated Mediation

Everywhere and every time

As a cognition process integrated mediation is possible everywhere and every time.

You just need your brain swiched on

Integrated Mediation

Integrated mediation became much more than just a view on mediation or dealing with some techniques.Researching for ways how to implement mediation, we found a systematic covering the whole variety of mediation and a method, that makes us almost independant from mechanic barriers.

Integrated mediation makes mediation a flow.

Our idea is based on mutual support

We are associated with Integrierte Mediation, a registered NGO. It’s a welfare association.


All that we share

More about Integrated Mediation NGO

The benefit

The idea is to get use of mediation where ever it is helpful. An interest in mediation will arise when parties are in conflict and do not know how to solve their problem conventually. Mediation promises better and cheaper results with high sustainability. Mediation is not easy to demand on. That is an experience of many many mediators. Why waiting until the customer will have learned to appreciate it what mediation can do with him. Why not approaching her/him to where the needs of cooperation are given? To where people are rowing, to where they need support mostly? Easy to learn about mediation where it is in practise. Maybe not in a separated procedure but in a strategy which is able to open the customer’s view for more solutions beyond her/his position. We had to experience that the use of mediation skills out of mediation procedures is more challenging than in the framework of a mediation procedure. There parties agreed to negotiations. Out of that they probably do not. It’s not enough to use some communication techniques outside a mediation. It’s the main issue of integrated mediation asking how to implement mediation in disputes.Wewant to share our knowledge