View Family Mediation Canada's (FMC) Code of Professional Conduct here.
will be held on
Wednesday May 23, 2018
at Mediation Services
Mediation is a voluntary process that engages families to resolve disputes with the help of a third party. With so many options, why choose mediation? If you decide to mediate, what can you expect? What do you need to prepare for mediation?
NOTICE TO ALL
FMM has merged with ADR Institute of Manitoba
( as of August 29, 2019)
ADRIM website: http://www.adrmanitoba.ca
Lisa Huberdeau (current President of FMM) is the Family Mediator Executive on the ADRIM Board (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Alia Harb (current Vice President of FMM) is the Chair of the Family Mediators sub-section at ADRIM (email@example.com).
Alia and I are committed to keeping all family mediators updated on what is happening with ADRIM!
SAVE THE DATES!!
October 17, 2019 is National Conflict Resolution Day. ADRIM is planning an event and a celebration of the merger with family mediators. Stay tuned, more information to come!
October 30, November 1, 4-6, 2019 Facilitated Solutions is offering for the third time a Basic Family Mediation Training in the context of separation and divorce. One spot left! Go to https://familyconflict.ca/resources/become-a-family-mediator/