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Supervised access in the Greater Toronto Area: APCO is closed, now what?

by Matilda Kissi, Senior Family Law Clerk With the Covid-19 pandemic, we have all struggled to continue and keep up with some sense of normalcy in our lives.  This has been particularly difficult for those parents who were seeing their children in accordance with court orders that required in person supervision by a third-party agency,…

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Mediating With Your Mental Health In Mind - Part 5

This series is designed to provide you with some tips and activities you can do to help manage your mental health while going through the family law process. Practice Shame Resilience Brene Brown’s developed a framework to create shame resilience. You can watch her Ted Talk, Listening to Shame, here. She defines shame as: “the…

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Mediating With Your Mental Health In Mind Series - Part 4

TThis series is designed to provide you with some tips and activities you can do to help manage your mental health while going through the family law process. Reconnect to a Disconnection Johann Hari’s book Lost Connections highlights different types of disconnection that may contribute to one’s experience of anxiety and/ or depression. Here is…

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Mediating With Your Mental Health In Mind Series - Part 3

This series is designed to provide you with some tips and activities you can do to help manage your mental health while going through the family law process. Contact a Professional You can find a variety of professionals in your area here. Get Some Exercise  If you are able to, attempt to take a walk.…

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Mediating With Your Mental Health In Mind Series - Part 2

This series is designed to provide you with some tips and activities you can do to help manage your mental health while going through the family law process. Call a Distress Line There are multiple distress lines through which you can speak with either a professional or peer-counselor. Sometimes it’s useful to talk out your…

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Mediating With Your Mental Health In Mind Series - Part 1

This series is designed to provide you with some tips and activities you can do to help manage your mental health while going through the family law process. Make a List of Things that Relax of Cheer You Up For Later Use ( aka A Self-Care List) You can rely on this list when you…

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Online Mediation FAQ

The goal of our blog is to provide you with information, resources, and support in navigating your family law matter. If you are interested in doing online mediation, here are some common questions clients have. Please take a look, and email us at [email protected] if you have any additional questions.…

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Family Law Information Centres (FLIC)

You can learn much more about available services, mediation, court process, separation, divorce and the law by visiting us at one of our Family Law Information Centres (FLIC)

416-977-0718

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