Tracey Lipp, MSW, RSW
Tracey Lipp is a registered Clinical Social Worker with over 25 years of experience working in children’s mental health, developmental services, child welfare, community development and alternative dispute resolution.
Tracey received her Bachelor of Social Work (Honours) from King’s University College in 1992 and her Master of Social Work from King’s University College in 2011. Tracey proudly received the Mary Lou Karley award for excellence in Social Work practice and leadership.
As a private practitioner since 2011, Tracey offers individual, couple and family counselling, New Ways for Families Counselling/Coaching, mediation, parenting coordination and consultation and training through her Parent Partner Services.
Tracey is also on the roster of registered Family Group Conferencing Coordinators and Mentors and offers Alternative Dispute Resolution services to Children’s Aid Societies through ADR-Link.
Tracey has become recognized as a leader in High Conflict Custody and Access matters in the London and Middlesex community. As a Co-chair of the London and Middlesex High Conflict Forum she is actively involved in research, community collaboration and consultation. Tracey offers training in the New Ways for Families program through the High Conflict Institute and has developed and provides training to Children’s Aid Societies and community mental health agencies on working with families experiencing a high conflict custody and access matter.