Dianna Mould

  • Prince George, Interior North / Northern BC
  • dianna.l.mould@telus.net
  • Cell: 250-612-7908

All child protection mediators have extensive training and education in dispute resolution, with demonstrated knowledge and experience in the aboriginal context, child welfare and mental health/addictions.

Child Protection Roster Mediator Details

I believe I am a skilled mediator and thrive in high conflict situations. It excites me to work with families and professions to come to a resolution. I have witnessed time and again parents having the courage to step up and address historical issues such as addictions, family violence, abuse, lack of parenting skills and sometimes mental health problems. Mediation is an opportunity for collaboration and I am very passionate about giving people a voice at the table.
Special skills and services:
• Aboriginal Child Welfare Issues
• Aboriginal Communities
• Abuse/Neglect Issues
• Child Custody/Guardianship/Access
• Domestic Violence
• Drug and Alcohol/Addiction Issues
• Intra-Family Conflicts
• Managing Power Imbalances
• Mental Health Issues
• Parenting Plans
• Permanency Planning
• Plan of Care
• Risk Assessment
• Special Needs Adults (e.g., learning or physical disabilities)
• Special Needs Children (e.g., learning or physical disabilities)
• Youth Issues

My name is Dianna Mould, I have been on the Child Protection Mediation Roster for 7 years and have facilitated over 200 mediations. I have worked in the human service field in Northern British Columbia for over 25 years. The passion I have for working with people and assisting them in or through conflict is a part of the reason I chose to become a Child Protection Mediator. I love the work and believe Child Protection Mediation is a very important service available for all British Columbians as they navigate through the child welfare system.