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I was asked by West Sussex Mediation Services to deliver a talk at their AGM this week. The subject was the philosophy underpinning my work. I was not sure what this request was based on at first, until I remembered that I had published something along these lines on my previous website.

I found a copy and dusted it off, and was pleased to find that I still stand by what I wrote back then. I changed it a little and have now added it to the download section for the benefit of those who attended and anyone else who would like to see a copy.

As ever, please feel free to comment. Anything as grandoise as a ‘personal philosophy’ must be subject to constant scrutiny and review, and your thoughts will help.
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