Neuro Family Law Conference
Our ability to think and reason diminishes when we experience strong emotions. Yet our separating clients are asked to
make important decisions when their ability to think may be diminished…Practitioners need to know about this.
This interactive half-day conference will give you tools to help your clients with this predicament.
The agenda will include sessions on:
*Brain 101 – what are brain patterns, the Fight and Flight response, and the role of our frontal cortex
*Intervention and negotiation strategies with separating spouses
*Small Group Practice Skill
*The Jack Nimble Brain Challenge
Accredited for Continuing Education
Law Society of Upper Canada: 3.5 substantive hours
Canadian Counselling & Psychotherapy Association: 3.5 hours
Nathalie Boutet, One of Canada’s leading Mediation, Family and Collaborative Law Lawyers
Linda J. Page, Co-author of Coaching with the Brain in Mind and Professional Coach.
Thursday June. 14, 2012
Office of the Eaton Centre
250 Yonge Street
Suite 606 - Trinity Suite (6th floor)
The 250 Yonge Street building is located on the West side of Yonge Street, north of Shuter Street. The 250 Yonge Building is also accessible from the Toronto Eaton Centre, Level 3, south of the Roots store.
9 am to 12:30 pm
$200 plus HST for early bird registration before April 30th, 2012
Who should attend: family lawyers, mediators, marital therapists and social workers and anyone involved with families going through separation or divorce.
Nathalie Boutet is a leading Canadian mediator and collaborative law lawyer. She is also a Deputy Judge in the Ontario Small Claims Court and a local and international teacher. She regularly provides opinions to the media on legal matters.