Amy Robertson is a Family Mediation Canada certified Comprehensive Family Mediator (Advanced), a Chartered Mediator and a Mediate BC Family, Civil and Child Protection Roster member. Amy has conducted over 600 mediations and has a private practice in Victoria, BC Canada where she focuses on Family, Divorce and Workplace mediations. Amy has a BCom (with Distinction) and in 2009, after close to a decade working as a Management Consultant with two large international professional service firms she decided to pivot her career to pursue her passion to help families transition through a separation or divorce.
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Articles and Video:
How you Approach a Disagreement Matters
Separation is challenging; going through a separation during a pandemic can be more challenging.
Do You Have to be a Lawyer to Draft a Separation Agreement?
Do you have to be an attorney to be a divorce mediator? The short answer is no. The long answer is important to unpack though.
How to Choose a Divorce Mediator
Mediator fit is really important.
Four Ways to Sidestep Conflict and Enjoy Your Holidays
If the thought of enduring a meal—let alone an entire weekend—with your family or in-laws has you tensing up then you might want to keep reading.
Eat, Drink, and Remarry: How to Get a Divorce Worth Celebrating
I was watching the news recently when a segment came on about a California couple who co-hosted a Divorce Party. Now this had my attention!
It Ain’t My Fault: How Best to Manage Workplace Conflict
Workplace conflicts sometimes make me think of a song by the country-music duo Brothers Osborne called “It Ain’t My Fault.”
WorkPeace: Get Curious
If you work in Human Resources or manage employees then you will no doubt be involved with resolving conflict at your workplace.