Screening for Domestic Violence and Power Imbalance – March 24-26, 2020

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The participants will learn the following: scope of the problem of domestic violence and power imbalance; typologies and risk factors; the nature of screening; confidentiality of screening; screening tools or instruments; mediation triage; assessing risk of proceeding; determining the appropriateness of mediation; designing a balanced and safe process; limitations on proceeding with mediation; safe termination and safety planning; the impact of violence and abuse on children; diversity and intersectionality; preparing screening notes or report; and ongoing screening.

Fees $900
HST $117
Total $1,017

Classes will be held at:

3-70 Plains Road West,
Burlington, ON
L7T 0B6


Barbara Anderson

Click here for Barb’s CV I received my Masters in Social Work in 1992 from the University of Toronto in 1992 and took Basic and Advanced Mediation through the University of Toronto Continuing Education Studies Programme in the same year. …

Richard W. Shields

Click here for Richard’s CV I was admitted to the practice of law in Ontario in 1976. Early in my legal career, family law emerged as my preferred area of practice. In 1977, the Unified Family Court was introduced as …

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  • Language English
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