Brook encourages people to understand conflict as an opportunity for change and growth, and supports them to develop their emotional capacity and practical skills to deal with conflict more successfully. She works with families, organisations, and community groups, and offers mediation, interpersonal and pre-mediation coaching, conflict resolution training, and other conflict resolution services.
As an Accredited Family Mediator and Coach, Brook supports parents going through separation and divorce to find the best solution for their unique family and children. She helps people step out of old conflict patterns, find clarity about their roles as co-parents, and envision a preferred future for their family. She works with separating couples to come to an agreement that enables them to build toward a new relationship as co-parents. Brook has personal and professional experience working with LGBTTIQ2SA and non-traditional families.
Brook has training and experience in popular education, restorative justice, and narrative practices, and brings twelve years’ experience as a community worker and educator into her conflict resolution work. In addition to her private practice, she teaches Introduction to Restorative Justice in the Community Worker Program at George Brown College.
Brook is dedicated to supporting people to recognize and build their own capacity, experience, and knowledge to resolve conflict and relationship strife in all aspects of their life.
“The mediator (Brook) was very helpful and was able to help resolve all the issues we had.”