Coparenting issues & updates
Adult family conflicts
Roommate or neighbour difficulties
Lurline completed her coursework as a Family Mediator through JIBC. She is a member of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts and she has received training as a Parenting Coordinator through the Law Society of BC. She is well-experienced in supporting families with coparenting difficulties, assisting many separated families with coparenting throughout the years.
As a child and youth counsellor, Lurline is passionate about assisting parents to be developmentally responsive to the needs of children and youth. She is committed to keeping kids' needs as the top priority since this can often get lost in separation discussions. Parents are supported to work collaboratively and cooperatively through the process of uncoupling to find the solutions that work best for their family going forward.
When parents are having challenges working together, Lurline can coach parents to communicate more effectively to get back to the business of raising healthy children together.
Interest-based family mediation skills in addition to family counselling can help to resolve many types of disputes or disagreements between parties. It can be effective for parent-teen conflict, workplace disagreements, and adult family matters as well.