Resources

Commentary, Articles and Books by Our Professionals at PCCS

McCance, Nicole. Author 52 Natural Ways to Beat Depression 2012

Hitchins, Ayse. Author The Worth of a Soul  2012

Rodrigues, Debra.  The Globe and Mail“Adult children carry the burden of divorce too”  2009

Rodrigues, Debra.  Provided expert commentary for The Globe and Mail news article on Collaborative Divorce: 2007

Rodrigues, Debra.  Provided expert commentary for Mississauga News article on Custody and Access Assessments:  2005

Rodrigues, Debra.  “Structuring and Implementing Mediation Internships”.  Booklet for FMC National Conference (24 pages): 2004

Rodrigues, Debra.  Provided expert commentary for The Toronto Star article “Split Decisions; Reality of divorce vs. myth of perfect family Christmas” by Chris Sorensen.  December 14, 2002.

Rodrigues, Debra.  Provided expert commentary for Divorce Magazine articles:  1997/1998/1999/2003/2006

Rodrigues, Debra.  Provided expert commentary for The Sun article “Surviving Separation & Divorce”:  2002

Rodrigues, Debra.  Co-authored Training Curriculum “Comprehensive Risk Assessment Training for Child Welfare; Risk Assessment Model for Child Protection in Ontario” (1998).  Ontario Association of Children’s Aid Societies.

Rodrigues, Debra. “Dealing with Disclosures”.  A Guide for Professionals.  Peel Board of Education Sexual Abuse Prevention Kit: 1997.

 

Links

 


Ontario Association of Family Mediation

 

 

Law Society of Upper Canada

 

Ontario Courts

 

 

The George Hull Centre for Children and Families 

 

 

Support Calculator

 

Community Legal Education Ontario (CLEO)

Divorce Magazine

Office of the Children’s Lawyer

Family Mediation Canada

Ministry of Attorney General

Divorce Act

Child and Family Services Act

Kids Help Phone

Parent Hotline: 1-888-603-9100

Peel Info Network

Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care

Sexual Abuse Line: 1-800-461-8192

Distress Centre Help Line: 1-800-465-4442

 

 

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