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Canada’s Top Business Women: Nathalie Boutet – by Women’s Post Magazine

Canada’s Top Businesswomen: Nathalie Boutet   written by: Sarah Lambert   Editor-in-Chief at Women’s Post and blogs at thelaughingmedusa.com. Nathalie Boutet, Family Law Mediator and Collaborative Negotiator & Solicitors and Co-Founder of NEXT Ltd. Growing up, Nathalie Boutet thought she

Saving your health when emotional stress is caused by a failed relationship

In the fast pace of modern society, the emotional and physical stress on families has progressively increased. Factors that contribute to emotional and physical stress include: • The pressures of globalization, the feminization of the workforce, the impact of emerging

Women in Mediation vs. Men in Mediation – How to Mediate a Dispute to Negotiate a Settlement that is a “Win Win” for All

Toronto Mediation services grew in popularity as a result of dissatisfaction with the courts in the 80s and 90s. In the beginning, families who wanted to mediate a dispute using Toronto mediation services were often warned that mediation may not

Neuroplastic Changes And How Changing Brain Patterns Can Change Everything – Even The Effects Of Separation

The plasticity of the brain has only recently come to light from the world of neuroscience. In 2007, Norman Doidge wrote the book “The Brain That Changes Itself”. In The Brain That Changes Itself, Doidge points to the brain’s real ability