Susanna Jani
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Dec 2, 2020

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What is your profession and title?
Project Coordinator, Distance Family Mediation Project
What is your ADR experience? (trainings and education)
Former administrator of the BC Mediator Roster Society.
What are you hoping to get from
Sharing of knowledge and experiences in ODR, specifically as might relate to provision of family mediation services.
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Susanna Jani's Blog

How Good Emailing Can Improve a Bad Relationship

Posted on May 9, 2012 at 8:26pm 0 Comments

Today, you are in for a real treat. Jane Henderson, Q.C., our perennially popular blogger and member of our distance mediation team, is back with another of her signature frank, but light-hearted, posts. I hope you are settled into a comfortable chair because this is one you'll want to read to the end!

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The Best Interests of Children: Negotiating in the Shadow of the Law

Posted on May 3, 2012 at 7:44pm 0 Comments

Originally published in the BC Distance Family Mediation blog

Today, it is my privilege to publish a post about what is undoubtedly the single most important consideration for separating parents — including when they are participating in family mediation. My thanks go to our highly esteemed distance mediation team member,…


Picking from the peck of platforms (videoconferencing platforms, that is)

Posted on April 5, 2012 at 5:34pm 0 Comments

It's no wonder we get so many questions from mediators about what we looked for when picking a videoconferencing platform to use for our distance mediation service. The panoply of platforms that is available these days is positively dizzying. Add to that the highly sensitive and confidential sessions that are intrinsic to…


Why bother trying mediation?

Posted on March 21, 2012 at 7:44pm 0 Comments

Because, whether we want them to or not, our connections with others are enduring. We can ignore them or deny them but, once made, they stay with us forever — as do any any loose ends left in our connections.

This beautiful 3 minute video called "Porcelain Unicorn" says it all.

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My thanks to my friends, Tom and Joan, for sending me the link to…


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