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A Critique of Private Sessions in Family Mediation
This study represents a critical examination of private sessions (caucuses), seen as a sub-process within the core family mediation process and defined as involving separate and confidential conversations between mediator(s) and each disputant during the main session. In the study, the views of family mediators were explored revealing that considerable support for the use of the tool was juxtaposed with a range of fundamental ethical concerns. Emerging from the study is strong evidence ofdoi:10.1177/2158244013478950 fatcat:jylrpwqoofgxzbofrgva5q34tq