The New Mediator: The Neuroscience of Self-Regulation

Mediators and Lawyers will:

  • Understand the brain science behind what throws people off balance and the impact on everybody in the mediating process – especially clients
  • Recognize and be able to maintain the integrity of the process and not be derailed by high emotions
  • Develop emotional self-regulation skills and negotiating strategies to best meet their professional obligations
Offered on: November 21st, 2013 full day 9am to 4pm
Location: Adler Centre for Learning
890 Yonge St (at Davenport),   9th Floor
Toronto, Ontario
 To register:  Please contact Savika at savika@boutetfamilylaw.com

2.25 hrs Professionalism hrs
3.75 hrs Substantive hrs

Faculty:

Nathalie Boutet: Nathalie Boutet is a leading Canadian mediator and collaborative law lawyer. She is also a Deputy Judge in the Ontario Small Claims Court and a local and international teacher. She regularly provides opinions to the media on legal matters.

Dr. Linda Page: With a background in educational innovation, sociology and anthropology, psychotherapy practice, psychology professorship, business entrepreneurship, and coach training and practice, she teaches principles and practices that yield optimum functioning. With David Rock, she co-authored Coaching with the Brain in Mind: Foundations for Practice (John Wiley & Sons, 2009), which draws on modern neuroscience for practical tools to help coaches and their clients. Dr. Page founded Adler International Learning.

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