MediateBC has published this manual with the above title which can be accessed by anyone online. From the Introduction to the 2nd edition:
These guidelines paint the relevant topics with a broad brush. Nevertheless, it is hoped that mediators considering whether or not to incorporate the use of information and communication technologies into their family mediation practice will find them to be a useful starting point. They have been prepared primarily for mediators who are looking for ways to provide their services to people who are either too distant or otherwise unable to physically access those services — or to people who, quite simply, prefer to take advantage of some of the benefits of mediating using technology.
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