One of the burning issues that face mediation profession is its professionalization or licensing. There are various debates on whether it is right to license the business or not. Currently, most private mediation activities are unlicensed and unregulated by the state. That mean there is no public board that regulates private mediation. There are various reasons given to support why these private mediators are denied licenses. \
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In conclusion, licensing meditation practices does not only help in professionalism but also help to safeguard the public from unscrupulous individuals. Therefore, mediators should be licensed by the state to ensure that all their activities are regulated (Levin, 2009).
Levin, D. (2009). Public licensing and regulation of mediators: the arguments for and against. Mediation Channel. Retrieved 23 July 2015, from http://mediationchannel.com/2009/10/18/public-licensing-and-regulation-of-mediators-the-arguments-for-and-against/