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Daniel is a Registered Clinical Psychologist from Argentina. He graduated from the University of Buenos Aires, Faculty of Psychology. It is a rigorous program, and after 6 years of University, Daniel practiced for several years in private practice at the Italian Hospital, specializing in Family Therapy. When he moved to Canada with his family 20 years ago, Daniel developed a successful importing business during which time he gained significant financial and negotiating expertise.
His first love however, has always been Clinical Psychology, helping families in particular, and so he studied at the Justice Institute of British Columbia and become a Certified Family Mediator. He is one of the few exceptionally qualified Family Mediators with a background in Clinical Psychology in the Okanagan Region. Daniel believes that it is time to change the way that we approach conflict and surrounds himself with a group of similar minded legal professionals who are more collaborative in their approach.
Daniel discovered that he was born to mediate and collaborate and is the individual that his friends and family call on to resolve any conflicts that may arise. He is married with two grown children, a son in the Okanagan and a daughter in Toronto. When Daniel is not busy mediating a separation agreement he can be seen cruising around town in his beloved Vespa or playing his tenor saxophone.
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