I couldn’t be more honoured and humbled by my appointment to the Board of Directors of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Institute of Ontario (ADRIO).
This appointment marks a significant milestone in my journey as a Family Mediator.
For those who may be unfamiliar, ADRIO is a prominent organization dedicated to promoting and enhancing the practice of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) in Ontario.
ADR encompasses a range of methods for resolving conflicts outside the traditional courtroom setting, such as negotiation, mediation, arbitration, parenting coordination and collaborative law.
As a family mediator, my passion lies in helping families navigate the often emotionally charged process of separation and divorce. I firmly believe that ADR provides a more compassionate, efficient and empowering approach to resolving family disputes. ADR offers a wide array of advantages, including privacy, flexibility and control over the outcomes of divorce. It also promotes more constructive communication and preserves relationships, particularly when children are involved.
Joining the ADRIO Board of Directors allows me to contribute to the advancement of ADR principles and practices in our community.
As a lawyer and Family Mediator, I have witnessed firsthand the transformative power of ADR in helping families find common ground and reach mutually acceptable agreements.
Through my involvement with The Alternative Dispute Resolution Institute of Ontario, I will have a platform to advocate for ADR, educate others about its benefits, and work towards making it more accessible to all who can benefit from it.
I invite you all to stay tuned for updates on my journey with ADRIO and the valuable insights I will gain from this experience. I will be sharing relevant information, tips and resources through my website, newsletter, and social platforms, with the aim of empowering individuals and families to make informed decisions about their dispute resolution options.
Thank you for your continued support, and please feel free to reach out if you have any questions or would like to explore ADR further.