Episode 18 - Neutrality with Yuki Matsuno

We explore the concept of neutrality and how it fits into conflict resolution processes.

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Yuki Matsuno can be found online here at www.yukimatsuno.ca/

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Yuki Matsuno

Yuki started her mediation practice in 2004. As a Provincial Court mediator and a private mediator, she assists in the resolution of various civil matters. Yuki also facilitates work teams to help improve relationships and communication. She mediates with families and helps them through the process of family reorganisation after separation or divorce. 

Yuki trains and coaches in a variety of subject areas, including mediation, communication skills, and cross-cultural issues. In 2012 Yuki held an appointment as an Adjunct Professor at the UBC Faculty of Law. teaching mediation.

Yuki is a member of the Law Society of British Columbia and the Canadian Bar Association, BC Branch, as well as the Civil, Family, and Child Protection Rosters of Mediate BC. She is an accredited Family Law Mediator with the Law Society.

Yuki earned a BA (Honours) and a law degree from the University of British Columbia. She then practised labour law for seven years; during that time, she earned a Certificate in Conflict Resolution from the Justice Institute of BC.

You can find more about Yuki on her website www.yukimatsuno.ca