This document attempts to briefly describe what we understand to be the most prominent approaches from our perspective and does not include all approaches. Each locality tends to adapt the model or approach to best suit its own needs. It can be important to examine the philosophy of each and their respective techniques. There are challenges with identifying the origins of some of these approaches.
By Charlene Avalos (Native Child and Family Services: NCFS), Cyndy Baskin (Ryerson), Pat Durish (David Kelley LGBTQ and HIV/AIDS Services), Gregg Fenten (Conflict Mediation Services-Downsview: CMS-D), Jeanette Schmid (Toronto Family Group Conferencing Project: TFGCP)
Type/Format of Resource: WomanACT publications
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Social Service Providers
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Year of Publication: 2008
MODELS FOR PLANNING, CONFLICT RESOLUTION AND BUILD (Word document)