We are pleased to announce our next training will be in Windsor, Ontario. The Family Law course for professionals other than lawyers who practice family law will begin on June 5, 2017, followed by the Fundamentals of Family Mediation on July 10 0 14, 2017. The Screening for Power Imbalances and Domestic Violence will be held September 25, 26 and 27, 2017 and finally the Advanced Family Mediation training will be on October 27, 28 and 29, 2017. Completion of these courses will lead to Accreditation as a Mediator after the successful completion of an internship. Package Discounts are available so enquire soon!
If you would be able to put together a group of 6 or more, Family Mediation Training will come to your area. Contact Jennifer Suzor at 519-252-2772 for more information or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Course Evaluations from the recently held Fundamentals in Family Mediation course held November 7 through 11, 2016 resulted in 100% satisfaction with the information taught, the skill and knowledge of Lead Trainer Jennifer Suzor and the willingness to recommend the course to others. Evaluation of all aspects of the course, from location to Guest Lecturers, was between 96% and 100%. Family Mediation Canada strives to provide the very best training for future family mediators in Ontario, and elsewhere.
Family Mediation Canada and Jennifer Suzor are thrilled to congratulate founding Trainer and partner Lene Madsen on her appointment to the Superior Court of Justice (Family Branch) in Hamilton. Justice Madsen will be an excellent Justice and will be supportive of mediation services. We look forward to Guest Appearances from Justice Madsen in our courses from time to time.
We are delighted to announce that Jennifer Suzor is being honoured by AFCC-O for her significant contributions to families in Ontario. On October 21, 2016 she will receive the President’s Award at the AFCC-O conference being held in Toronto.
The Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC) Ontario Chapter is an interdisciplinary and international association of professionals dedicated to the resolution of family conflict. AFCC members share a strong commitment to education, innovation, and collaboration in order to benefit communities, empower families, and promote a healthy future for children.
Over many months, Jennifer has been working in her home town of Windsor, Ontario to change the culture of dispute resolution for families. Bringing together family dispute resolution professionals such as lawyers, mediators, psychologists, and social workers, she has been encouraging professionals to work across disciplines to develop child-focused, long-term solutions for families. Turn out for these events has been excellent, suggesting that professionals want to see a shift in the dispute resolution culture, and a new, more positive way of working with families at separation.