Montana Mediation Association (MtMA) is professional, non-profit association comprised of certified mediators and other neutrals and individuals dedicated to the principals of informed, consensual resolution of interpersonal conflicts.

wood-artist-models-3MtMA’s purposes and functions are to:

  1. promote mediation and other voluntary collaborative methods of conflict resolution in Montana.
  2. increase understanding and acceptance of mediation, and other appropriate processes for conflict resolution, by presenting meaningful information to the general public, the courts, the legislature, and other interested professionals.
  3. define standards of competency, qualifications, and ethics for professional mediators in Montana.
  4. support the professional growth and development of mediation and mediation programs.

Montana Mediation Association (MtMA) was established in 1998 to promote and facilitate mediation as a viable alternative to litigation. MtMA’s commitment to best practices and professional excellence is recognized throughout Montana. Founded upon principles of education, networking, and ethical practice, MtMA helps shape policy and legislation while promoting the value and relevance of mediation throughout Montana.

To learn more about Montana Mediation Association, review our By-Laws, Code of Ethics, and Standards of Practice. Simply click on a link below:

MtMA By-Laws

MtMA Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice

MtMA Certified Mediator Qualifications

“Discourage litigation. Persuade your neighbors to compromise whenever you can.” -Abraham Lincoln