“Bev LeMay M.S.W., R.S.W., R.E.B.T.
Bev presently co-ordinates a successful Private Practice entitled “”The Centre for Constructive Thinking”” working with adults, adolescents and children to help them re-construct their thoughts and learn to think positively about their life. Bev was trained in Rational Emotive Behavioural Therapy (REBT) by Dr. Albert Ellis at The Albert Ellis Institute in Manhattan NY, and uses this form of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy in her practice.
Bev has worked in the Family Law arena for over 30 years as a Section 30 Assessor, Mediator and Parent Coordinator. Bev has an expertise in domestic violence and conducted the DV training for the Durham Police and has presented several workshops in the area of DV and high conflict fanilies. She has extensive experience in high conflict separation and divorce and in 2008 completed her training as a Collaborative Family Professional. Bev made this shift to Collaborative Family Law because it offered a more peaceful, non-adversarial and transformative way to help people navigate through their separation. She is a member of the Board of Directors for “”Collaborative Practice Durham Region”” and the Ontario Collaborative Law Federation and has completed over 150 team collaborative law cases.
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