Services during the Coronavirus pandemic will be offered remotely via video conference
While the partial lockdown is in place in the city of Toronto, no in-person mediations are available. Conferencing via the Google Meet platform is a safe and convenient way to conduct sessions.
I can be your guide through the uncertainty you are experiencing and want to be the first one to witness the positive turnaround for you and your family.
People tend to see me as patient, intuitive, and unburdened by strong emotions. I take great care in helping my clients clear the unknown ahead of them, as well as recover their sense of safety and peace of mind.
Coming to agreement on the division of labor in a home should be less stressful. My experiences as a family mediator have taught me that creating a sustainable plan on how to divide household tasks would be helped by a few perspective shifts.
There is no right or wrong way to think or feel while communicating with your spouse. Exploring your future plans and concerns with the other person in the mediation room after years of misunderstanding and lack of support may sound like an overwhelming...
The following practice of “letting go” has been a central product of my reflexive work and has led to much healing and personal and professional growth. Several shifts in perception had to take place in me for this to happen, the most important of which are as...
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Mediation supports the healing process; addresses what parties really care about and not just their positions; gives you a voice, and most importantly keeps the focus on your children’s well-being