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About Trish

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Trish Guise is the founder and principal consultant of Forensic Coercive Control Solutions Inc. Her own personal and professional experience with coercive control inspired Trish to obtain her Master's degree in Psychology of Coercive Control and launch her consulting practice. Trish's nuanced understanding of the challenges victim-survivors face comes from both her academic studies and her work with leading experts in family law, coercive control, and childhood trauma. As a consultant, Trish works with clients throughout Canada and internationally, providing support, strategies, and resources to help them regain control of their lives. Combining compassion with evidence-based knowledge, Trish empowers victims of coercive control and helps them move forward.

Education & Licensure


Psychology of Coercive




Certified Pre-Mediation Coach ® 


Licensed New Ways for Families® Coach - trained by Bill Eddy, High Conflict Institute®


Human Resource Management


Domestic Abuse

Coercive Control

Homicide Timeline


Parenting Plan Evaluation

Risk Assessments

Recidivism Risk

Treatment for Trauma


Global Institute of Forensic Research Training (GIFRT)  


Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC)

Centre for Research & Education on Violence Against Women and Children (CREVAWC)


Battered Women's Justice

Project (BWJP)

Resolve Network

Institute of Child Psychology


DCA Divorce Summit Speaker & Panelist

Recognizing coercive control & doing something about it: A necessary step


"VIP Panel Discussion Q&A: Strategies to survive divorcing a narcissist


Guest Speaker MSc Psychology of Coercive Control Program University of Salford 2024

"Post-Separation abuse victims revictimized by family court - A Canadian case law review"


Community Now 5th Annual Mental Health Event 2022

"Changing the narrative"

New America's Conference to End Coercive Control 2022

"Myths about coercive control: The implications for protective parents & children of divorce."

D-Talks: "Co-Parenting"

D-Talks: "Pre-Mediation Coaching"

Association Memberships

Association of Family & Conciliation Courts (AFCC)

-National & Provincial Chapters

Global Institute of Forensic

Research (GIFR)

Canadian Association of Threat Assessment Professionals (CATAP)


Canadian Psychological

Association (CPA)


American Psychological Association (APA)


Psychologists' Association of

Alberta (PAA) - past member


Publications &


Law Now

"Vicarious Trauma in Criminal and Family Lawyers: The unseen burden of advocating for victims"

Women Driving Change (contributor)

Community Now Magazine 

"Changes to the Family Legal System"


Authority Magazine

"Survival Tips for the Divorce Process"


HuffPost & Thrive Global 

"Grief is Part of the Divorce Process"



Dirty Laundry Divorce 

Sh*t I Learned from my Divorce (host)

Slam the Gavel 

Fascinating Women 

Women of Inspiration 

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Whether you are an athlete, coach or sports organization employee, Forensic Coercive Control Solutions can be instrumental in achieving successful outcomes.


Contact Trish today to discuss your specific needs and how she can assist you.

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