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Review by Bill Eddy On July 19-20, I was one of three trainers who gave a workshop on Power Imbalance in Family Mediation for the Academy of Professional Family Mediators (APFM). Hilary Linton and Claudette Reimer both run mediation programs … Continue reading

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A controversial issue today in family law is whether there should be a presumption that parents should have equal (or nearly equal) shared parenting time after a separation or divorce. I posted this blog series in 2012, but with growing … Continue reading

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On June 6, I met with 14 judges in Calgary, Alberta, Canada (before all the rain and flooding!), to discuss the status and procedures of the New Ways for Families program in Calgary. This program has been funded for 3 … Continue reading

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This week, on May 13 and 14, I presented a 2-day training on managing high conflict personalities in divorce and family violence to over 75 social workers, therapists, lawyers and mediators in Ottawa. It was a very experienced group, and … Continue reading

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This past weekend, I was one of 4 trainers for the APFM (Academy of Professional Family Mediators) advanced training on Power Imbalance in Family Mediation, which was held in Atlanta. It was a great learning experience for me, especially hearing … Continue reading

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Read our November Newsletter. EXCERPT: We all have dealings with high-conflict people, in our families, at work and in our communities…      

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This week is National Marriage week. As the website http://www.nationalmarriageweekusa.org/ says: “February 7th to 14th every year is a collaborative effort to encourage many diverse groups to strengthen individual marriages, reduce the divorce rate, and build a stronger marriage culture, … Continue reading

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