Restorative Mediation and Workplace Relations Support

Specialist Workplace Relations Advisor and Restorative Mediator

Fostering workplace harmony: elevating engagement, performance and productivity through bridge-building. Delivering best practice human resources solutions that seamlessly integrate legal, psychotherapeutic, and HR frameworks.

Ruth Levy


Ruth has a unique, sensitive and insightful way of engaging work teams and individual team members. She combines her legal, therapeutic and organisational development backgrounds to conduct workplace mediations using a restorative mediation approach, and provide workplace relations support.


mediations between 2-3 people


mediations between 4-25 people


years HR experience


years In business

What Ruth can Help You With

Workplace Mediations

Applying principles underpinning Mandela’s Truth & Reconciliation Commission, the restorative mediation model is a highly effective intervention to dissolve workplace conflict.

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Workplace Relations Advisory

Practical, relevant and strategic human resources and workplace relations advice across the entire human resources employment cycle.

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Group Restorative Mediation

Fixing a fragmented team through a safe and supportive restorative approach to enable the team to re-connect to its values and collaboratively dissolve internal conflict.

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Training and Workshops

Translating legal requirements into best practice human resources application regarding discrimination, harassment and bullying and disciplinary matters.

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“As I walked out the door toward the gate that would lead to my freedom, I knew if I didn’t leave the bitterness and hatred behind, l’d still be in prison”

– Nelson Mandela

The model for this process was excellent. The opportunity to speak about the experience in private with Ruth on day 1 was very helpful. Working through the first two of the three homework questions together on day 2 with my colleague provided an excellent platform to break down the tension, self-reflect, hear/see each other from a different and more positive perspective and agree to change.

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The Restorative Model is based on the view that:
Being attached to being right or wrong or ‘who started’ seldom brings relief. The need for vindication keeps us stuck in the position of ‘victim’.
The ‘truth’ in any conflict lies ‘somewhere in the middle’ as we are innately subjective beings.
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The Latest From the Blog

The results are in 2019-2023

The results of our most recent surveys highlight the transformative potential of restorative mediation.

The Field of Grace in Restorative Mediations

How to get to this field when the parties in a mediation are embedded to their stories and to being right?

prison bars
"As I walked out the door toward the gate that would lead to my freedom, I knew if I didnít leave the bitterness and hatred behind, l'd still be in prison"
- Nelson Mandela
How We Use This Principle