Parkinson, Lisa: Standards for Competency in Family Mediation – Video

Lisa Parkinson describes her concern with how there is no mention of children or domestic abuse in the standards of competency for a family mediator – two elements that she believes are essential to understand if one is to practice family mediation.

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Lisa Parkinson

Lisa Parkinson M.A., mediator, trainer and consultant, a Vice-President of the Family Mediators Association in England and Wales, has been involved in developing family mediation since the mid 70s. Still in practice as a family mediator after nearly 40 years! Her book on Family Mediation (3rd edition, 2014, Family Law) is… MORE >

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