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  • Master of Dispute Resolution

  • B.Sc. (Psychology/Sociology)

  • NMAS (Nationally Accredited Mediator)

  • FDRP (Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner)

  • IECL Certified Coach

Additional training/certification:

  • Cynergy Conflict Coaching

  • Intercultural Dispute Resolution

  • Family Law DOORS

  • Rock and Water (Anti-Bullying Program)

  • AVERT Family Violence

  • AVERT Responding to Perpetrators of Family Violence


Dispute Resolution Specialist & Executive Coach

As a dispute resolution specialist, I am committed to assisting clients to resolve disputes without the need for expensive, stressful, and time-consuming litigation. I am passionate about supporting people in conflict (personal, community, workplace, and commercial) to resolve disputes quickly, and, where possible, preserve and heal relationships.  


Professionally, I have been involved in diverse fields over the past 30 years including banking and finance, medical and pharmaceutical, real estate and business broking, project management, hospitality, and retail. I am cognisant of the rapidly changing business environment and the increasing pressure on individuals and groups within organisations. As a coach, I am committed to supporting individuals and organisations to align their goals and values, maximise performance, and realise their potential. 


Personally, I have experienced the trauma of separation and the challenges of parenting after divorce. As an accredited family dispute resolution practitioner, I seek to engage families in dispute resolution and mediation as early as possible in the transition process with the aim of minimising trauma, avoiding litigation, and creating a brighter future. 

As an artist, I am acutely aware of the importance of perspective. The slightest shift in perspective can represent a quantum leap in the final result. In fact, it can make or break a masterpiece. My business is founded on the belief that in life, as in art, there are many ways to look at the same subject. Sometimes we need to step back and look at things from a different perspective. Einstein wrote: 


"We cannot solve our problems

with the same thinking we used

when we created them."

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