Julia F. Weber
Conflict Resolution for Today’s Families
Julia works with organizations, individuals, and families to facilitate change, and resolve conflicts – or prevent them from developing in the first place. She enjoys coaching people through tough situations and helping them identify their strengths and crafting more effective and peaceful outcomes. Her deep knowledge of law and mental health issues, as well as court systems and legal policies, gives individuals and families the information and guidance necessary to navigate challenging situations.
When people decide to share a home, co-parent, blend their families, adopt children, or help take care of extended family members, there is enormous potential for deep emotional connections – and sometimes, conflict. With years of experience, specialized expertise in mediation, and a deep commitment to preventing future conflicts, Julia works with individuals and families to craft solutions designed to last so that your resources may be focused moving forward.
Julia has taught university students and professionals for years and enjoys making training experiences interactive and engaging. She leverages her expansive experience, creativity, and commitment so that limited training time is well-spent and valuable for participants. Julia can create workshops and training events on a range of topics including law, current research, family formation, legal issues, domestic violence, gender and race bias, and children’s developmental needs.