Simon Dadley-Moore

Present Position

Family Dispute Resolution provider, Mediator, Counsellor, Supervisor

Professional Experience

Simon has over 18 years experience working with parents, families, children and young people living with conflict, communication and relationship challenges. He has an extensive and broad professional history including: Adolescent & Family Counsellor (Alcohol and other Drugs), Mental Health Worker, Student & Family Social Worker, Student Advocate and Youth Outreach Coordinator. In 2007 Simon commenced offering his services in private practice across the top of the South Island. Over the last 7 years Simon has become a highly regarded Individual, Couples and Family counsellor, Family mediator and Supervisor. He also mediates disputes in areas such as education, workplace, neighbours and community.

Speciality Areas

Mediation Panel (AMINZ) FamilyDispute Resolution List (AMINZ)

Simon has extensive experience workingwith families, re-partnered families, couples and young people during times of change and challenge.

EQC Mediation Profile

Simon is a mediator and counsellor with an established private practice that services the top of the South Island. He specialises in family and relationship conflicts. He also mediates disputes in areas such as education, workplace, neighbours and community. Simon has over 18 years experience helping people negotiate conflict, communication and relationship issues. Simon also has extensive knowledge and understanding of working with grief, loss and trauma, and has been actively involved in counselling people who have relocated after the Christchurch earthquakes and people who have experienced loss in the Nelson floods. He is an Associate and Mediation Panel member of AMINZ. He is also a member of the Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Social Workers ANZASW. Simon brings together his unique blend of professional skills with enthusiasm, warmth and heart. He is passionate about helping people find solutions to their stuck problems and enabling them to get on with their lives.