Nathalie Boutet, a Toronto collaborative and mediation lawyer is turning accepted notions of how to pracice law on its head. A student of neuroscience, Nathalie uses techniques from this brain science to help generate more positive outcomes for her clients.
Her conference, which Eva Innes Consulting Ltd helped to organize, takes place on Thursday Feb. 9th at I King West hotel, in the heart of downtown Toronto from 9 am to 12:30 pm.
This integrative approach to law and neuroscience will give mediators, therapists and counsellors additional tools to:
• Understand the very difficult environment that clients go through during the legal process
• Help clients recognize the brain patterns that might get triggered before and during the legal separation process
• Self-reflect on how their own brain patterns will surface when they guide clients, and
• Act in a more responsive manner to guide clients towards outcomes that reflect the clients' true motivations and essence.
Nathalie Boutet, Collaborative and Mediation Partner at Basman Smith LLP.
Linda J. Page, Co-author of Coaching with the Brain in Mind and Professional Coach
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