Letter from the facilitator
In my profession, I have seen the damaging effects of divorce and parental conflict causes. I have helped hundreds of parents work through a divorce (with and without attorneys) and I have helped hundreds of unmarried parents resolve conflict regarding children. The difference in parents that find a longterm resolution is parent education early in the process of separation or divorce.
It is important that parents attend a course that helps them not only understand the legal processes but more importantly, understand the effects of parental conflict on children. Divorce need not destroy parents or children.
Sincerely, Lois Warner
Mediator, Co-Parent Educator, ENE, and Legal Assistant
Lois Warner's Professional Background
Lois Warner worked in the courts as an official court reporter for ten years and also has a degree in legal assistance. She has education in family dynamics and crisis management, divorce mediation, domestic violence, advanced parenting coordination, restorative justice, family group conferencing and Early Neutral Evaluation. She has more than 30 years experience in the courts, as a mediator and as a co-parent educator. She is the author of Impact Parent Education.
She is the author of the Impact Parent Education and the founder of Mediation Works North. She is a wife, a mother of two sons, and a proud grandmother of four.