Kirstin Lund is a conflict resolution consultant offering services in mediation, facilitation and conflict resolution training. Since leaving the practice of law in 1996, Kristin has co-ordinated many Provincial and Atlantic projects focused on conflict resolution, family violence prevention, problem solving for parents and children and social
A faculty member of UPEI’s Centre for Conflict Resolution Studies since 1998, Kirstin teaches several courses, including Introduction to Internet-Based Conflict Resolution, Interest Based Mediation, At the End of Your ROPE:
Unravelling Group Conflict, and the Advanced Practice Seminar. She is one of two assessors for UPEI’s certificate program applicants and is an assessor for Family Mediation Canada’s national Certification Program.
Kirstin has been involved in the development of the Adventure Group’s Transformative Parenting Program, which she continues to facilitate with Roxanne Carter-Thompson, and is currently working with the Adventure Group on the Rural Parents Network Project as a facilitator. Her involvement in both projects has assisted her to develop new skills to try out with her two boys, Bobby and Eddie.