Professional Development Program:

Mediation For Professionals Certificate Instructor

Tricia Morris

  • Instructor, Mediation for Professionals

For several years, Tricia has been a successful practitioner in the fields of: Family, Civil, Workplace and Insurance Mediation. She is a partner in Consilum Mediation Group, with offices in Toronto and Ottawa. Tricia completed the Dispute Resolution Certificate from York University and has completed training in domestic violence and child protection mediation.

Tricia enjoys using her skills to assist couples in transition and disputing parties to communicate and participate in building their own mutually agreeable outcomes. Tricia holds both the Alternative Dispute Institute of Ontario’s Q. Med designation and the Ontario Association for Family Mediation’s Acc. FM designation and currently works as a Family Mediator at the Superior Court of Justice.

Louie Anthony Spedaliere LL.B (Hons)

  • Instructor, Mediation for Professionals

Mr. Spedaliere provides legal services in Ontario; teaches in the areas practicing focusing on dispute resolution; Instructor at Herzing College, KOMPASS Professional Development, Mediation For Professionals; The Board of Directors of Tres-Or appointed Mr. Spedaliere as an advising director of Tres-Or Resources Ltd. January 2018. (TRS:TSX.V) a Canadian company with projects exploring for gold, diamonds and silver.

Mr. Spedaliere’s academic background includes: Harvard Law School’s PIL -Mediation, Dispute Resolution taught by Professor’s Linda Singer, Michael Lewis and Frank Sander who is considered to be the father of (ADR) Alternative Dispute Resolution in 2003; Conflict Mediation Services of Downsview, Mediation Training in 2004; Awarded a Bachelor of Laws with Honours, LL.B (Hons), at Nottingham Law School, Nottingham Trent University U.K. (Ranked one of the best universities in the world) in 2006; Authored an honours thesis titled: ‘ The Benefits of Family Mediation as Compared to the Traditional Adversarial Approach’ ; In 2006 became an Associate Member of Ontario Association For Family Mediation; Granted a licence to provide legal services by The Law Society of Upper Canada in 2010.

As an entrepreneur in 2002 Mr. Spedaliere and his brother Dominic incorporated Louianna Inc., named after their grandparents, Louie and Anna. Louianna produces Italian Organically Certified, Protected Designation of Origin, Extra Virgin Olive Oil from their own properties located south of Rome on the Adriatic Sea, Molise, Italy. Their olive oil’s imported throughout The Greater Toronto Area and New York; chosen as the olive oil used on Top Chef Canada; Celebrity Chef McEwan has chosen to sell Louianna Olive Oil at McEwan gourmet marketplace in Toronto; Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF)

Included Louianna Olive Oil in their celebrity gift basket; Paolo Villoresi, president of the Italian Culinary Institute, New York, selected Louianna Olive Oil by the Italian Culinary Institute as the finest olive oil to represent the Molise, Italy region, and one of the few to be chosen for his Italian Olive Oil Club.

Mr. Spedaliere is actively involved in local and provincial politics, serving his seventh term appointed as President of the Richmond Hill Provincial Liberal Association, Ontario Liberal Party 2011-Present.

Mr. Spedaliere enjoys training in martial arts at TNT Kung Fu School in Richmond Hill.

Hayley MacPhail

  • Instructor, Mediation for Professionals

Hayley is an accredited mediator with the Ontario Association of Family Mediators. As a Counselor, she has a Masters degree from U/T in the Counselling Psychology program. She specializes in post-modernist theories, such as Brief therapy, Narrative strategies and Control mastery theories as well as Cognitive theory and CBT. Her undergraduate work trained her as a Child and Youth Worker, specializing in child development and behaviour in various milieus. She has co-created over 50 parenting plans with a range of needs, issues and stages of child development as well as adult changes in executive and cognitive functioning. 

Working in the children’s mental health field as an advocate and youth worker as well as with the children’s aid society as a parent support worker Hayley wished to take her skills in family relations, child development, and parenting strategies in a different direction. She chose to work with separating families. Hayley’s vision was a “one stop shop” for families to work with a team of integrated and specialized professionals. Hayley trained and worked as a Neutral with Collaborative Practise Toronto.  With Marion Korn, Lawyer, Mediator and Collaborative trainer, and Eva Sachs (Financial Specialist) they set up Mutual Solutions; a hybrid practice catering to divorcing couple.

 Hayley has been teaching post secondary diploma and degree courses for 25 years. She has found the mix of learning and practising very potent for professional and personal growth as well as supporting clients.  A time to reflect on how we do our work.  And she hopes to learn from you! 

Since returning to the mediation field, she has immersed herself in working with high conflict families and believes supporting families in crisis is essential and dynamic work.