Our latest Fall & Winter 2018 newsletter is out now! Click the active link for updates on our family mediation services and training: ow.ly/W0jQ30mXQTv
Fall & Winter 2018 Newsletter
Featured PC Article on OBA Site
On September 18, Elizabeth Hyde’s article on “The (Unique) Perils of the Parenting Coordination Process” was featured in the “Recent Articles” section of the Ontario Bar Association (OBA) website. The article is accessible to OBA section members, and by request by non-members. It is also our featured Blog post of the week! You can read the full article here.
5th Annual Johannesburg Family Law Conference
Hilary Linton will be this year’s International Guest Speaker at the 5th Annual Johannesburg Family Law Conference. The event is scheduled to be held in Morningside, Sandton, South Africa on October 4 & 5, 2018. Hilary will discuss “Manipulative questioning: how mediators can use their number one tool”. For further information, please view the event flyer.
3rd Annual FAMAC Mediation Conference
On September 26 & 27, 2018 The 3rd Annual FAMAC Mediation Conference will take place at the Radisson Blu Le Vendome Hotel in Sea Point, Cape Town, South Africa. Riverdale’s Hilary Linton is one of the scheduled speakers on Day 2, speaking on “Empowering parents and families through interest-based mediation and facilitative parenting coordination”. For further information, please view the event page.
Our 2018-2019 Training Schedule has Arrived
We are pleased to announce our 2018-2019 training schedule! (view promotional flyer)
For those who are looking to work towards their family mediation certification (accreditation), you can take courses as early as October 2018, beginning with our Screening for Power Imbalances training. Alternatively, you can begin our Family Mediation Certification in January 2019, and take the program in the recommended sequence.
For updates on the MIP, upcoming Coffee Shop Talks, Agency Fairs, and more, check out our latest #newsletter (Fall 2018 / Winter 2019): https://t.co/2ZSmhfG1bl
Approaches to conflict dispute resolution are different in the #Indigenous family context and legal professionals need to educate themselves on cultural variances in order to ethically and effectively assist them. @KatherineHensel @lawyersdailyca https://t.co/KuUpOwvU0H #FDRIO
Thanks to court staff, judges, police officers, counsel, mediators & IRCs who came out to the Coffee Shop in the Mediation Room at 311 Jarvis, 47 Sheppard and 393 University family court’s today. We are learning a lot together! #mediation #familycourt
2018 was a busy year at FDRIO: the Unconference, the Conference, and Inaugural PC Institute. From our FDRIO family to yours, wishing you health, happiness and joy. Get ready for 2019, #FDRIO is planning great things! https://t.co/5ccpj1ugvK
The AFCC 56th Annual Conference brochure is now available and registration is open! Check it out here: https://t.co/8mg41psczI #afcc56 #afcctoronto
For updates on our family mediation services, as well our upcoming family mediation training for 2019, check our our latest newsletter: https://t.co/0x6p3b7vum