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Conflict Coaching via Zoom, Skype, FaceTime, or other online format

Conflict Coaching via Zoom is available from Alan Sharland creator of the Communication and Conflict website

Fees for Conflict Coaching via Zoom are on a sliding scale from £50 per session up to £120 per session for individuals. Please give an honest proposal for your preferred rate between these levels based on your financial circumstances. Sessions are for a minimum of 1½ hours and payment is made in advance of the session.

The rate for organisations is £175 per session but some negotiation on that can be possible, particularly if the organisation is a charity.


I always interrupt my wife, and I have a hard time listening to her. I found some very useful beginnings to healing my inabilities. Randy - USA

During the session you can address the following kinds of issues:

  • Are you involved in an ongoing conflict with a family member, a work colleague, your partner or in some other relationship?
    Our discussion can help you to review how you are approaching this in order to reconsider other ways of responding that support you and, in turn, support resolution of the situation.
  • Do you find that you are often criticised about some aspect of your communication? Or do you want to improve some aspect of how you communicate? 
    Our discussion can focus on the difficulties you are experiencing and I can propose new ways of engaging with people that you can go away and practice.

Here are some other examples which were assisted using conflict coaching via zoom:


Conflict Coaching is a 'one-to-one', confidential, impartial service involving just the client and the Coach. 

We do not accept referrals of clients. Even if conflict coaching is paid for by an agency or employer or other organisation, all clients have to refer themselves. 

In order to get the most from the process it is important that any client: 

  • Acknowledges that there is a difficulty and that their own response may not be supportive of themselves or of resolution of the situation. (The two are usually synonymous)
  • Is looking for constructive ways forward that are not about finding ways of 'changing the other person' involved in their difficulty but are about looking at their own responses and ways of changing these in order to support themselves more effectively.
  • Understands that the Coach will seek to remain impartial in their responses about the client's situation in order to ensure the client is challenged with regard to their own 'story' and their reasons for responding as they have so far. 
  • Understands that the aim of Conflict Coaching is to support the client in empowering themselves and achieving self-responsibility for their situation, and their responses to that situation, so that they do not feel 'trapped' by their difficulties.


Hi Alan, ..... your site is great. I've been reading all the material and have to say its already made a difference in how I sort out/manage some of life's little problems.    

JH - West London, UK


Arrange your appointment now...

Please use the form below to give me some idea of what it is you would like to discuss. 

I now do most conflict coaching via zoom through my business CAOS Conflict Management - click the link to find out more.

I look forward to speaking with you!


Request Conflict Coaching via this form, or call Alan on 020 3371 7507

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CAOS Effective Communication for Conflict Resolution. Workplace Mediation

A Guide to Effective Communication for Conflict Resolution introduces the 9 Principles that are also described on this site to help the reader develop a 'mindfulness' in relation to their communication in a way that supports the resolution of conflict. In this book 

Alan shares his observations and learnings from working as a Mediator and Conflict Coach with regard to the ways that people become stuck in unresolved conflict but also how they go on to create more effective ways forward in their difficult situations. 

"I think you put together so well all the essential components of
conflict transformation in a way which people can relate to and
understand. A brilliant book and I will recommend it to everyone."  

Jo Berry  - BuildingBridgesForPeace.org



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Attend CAOS Conflict Coaching Training and learn the skills needed to practise in this newly developing field of conflict resolution support.