Celebrated Mediator Christina Florand Launches New Website and Brings Academic and Real World Experience to Mediation.com

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Florand, known for her energetic approach and rich personal experience in the world of small business, announced the new endeavors as she establishes her online presence.

Christina Florand | Florand Mediation

Christina Florand | Florand Mediation

I’m here to guide clients using my training, my education, my experience in operating small businesses, building homes, as well as my personal experience of divorce and child custody agreements.

Having made a deep impression on both the business and alternative dispute resolution (ADR) worlds in Florida in a very short time, Christina Florand has taken the next step in her professional development by launching her new website at http://www.FlorandMediation.com and announcing her recent membership into the prestigious Mediation.com. Both announcements serve as keystones to her campaign to establish her online presence.

Florand states, “My mission has always been to bring resolution by first, keeping the lines of communication open and secondly, taking time to sift through the details of my client’s case.” She goes on to say, “I’m a firm believer that these important decisions are best placed into the helping hands of a certified mediator, so that the parties involved maintain control of the outcome. I’m here to guide clients using my training, my education, my experience in operating small businesses, building homes, as well as my personal experience of divorce and child custody agreements.”

Florand is a graduate of the University of South Florida with a degree in Psychology and Criminology. Upon graduation she launched her own small business, where she learned firsthand many of the effective techniques for conflict resolution she uses in her current practice.

Florand, who has been a professional Mediator for 5 years, is also well-known for her community service as a Big Sister in the Big Brother Big Sister organization. Here, she seeks to teach children conflict resolution skills that will serve them throughout their lives. Additionally, she is a member of the Board of Directors of The Social Black Belt, a nonprofit which has created a curriculum that is focused on mental and emotional wellness skills for children in grades K-12.

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