Sarina decided to enter the field of Family Mediation to help separating couples reduce conflict as much as possible in both childcare arrangements and financial matters.
Sarina completed her Family Mediation Foundation Training in November 2019. She has previously worked with Exxon Mobil Malaysia as a Drilling Engineer and was then involved in the health care profession for several years. After starting a family, she decided to leave the health care field to be a ‘family-domestic engineer’ instead for several years.
Sarina decided to enter the field of Family Mediation after a change in her life circumstances and is passionate with helping separating couples reduce conflict as much as possible so both parties can move forwards in both childcare arrangements and financial matters. She also brings her newly developed skills as a transformational coach, together with her vast life experience, to her mediation practise.
Sarina passionately believes that ‘There will always be some level of conflict at the end of separations, and the most important thing I’ve learnt is that we all need to be heard and seen. Mediation is not a therapeutic process, but I believe I’m able to hold the space so that both parties can have a ‘conversation that matters’ in a safe and confidential space. This will enable the level of conflict to be reduced and subsequently encourage both parties to come to an agreement that will benefit them and their children to move forwards.’