Larry Fong: Mediation Not a Profession – Video

Larry Fong shares his view of mediation not being a profession, but instead mediators are professionals that are given the capacity to practice by institutional bodies.

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Larry Fong

Dr. Larry Fong has been in psychological practice for over 20 years. His international consulting practice spans the areas of business, legal and personal consultation. Dr. Fong has a permanent teachers certificate and has taught at all grade levels. He was Supervisor in both Family Court Services (Provincial Court of… MORE >

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