I'm reluctant to tell people that I facilitate important meeting and conversations.
Maybe it's because the word "facilitation" sounds so weak and passive. Or maybe because I've been in too many sessions with an unskilled facilitator who saw his role as adhering to the agenda rather than asking good questions and helping people have the REAL conversation about issues at hand.
I'm not sure session-arbiter captures the value, either. But, oh, the description certainly does.
Why go it alone when an experienced guide can help your group more easily explore issues and possibilities?