Judith Marty (bio)
Human Development Consultant
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|Mailing Address: ||1440 N. Harbor Blvd. #900, Fullerton, California, United States of America 92835|
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Fields of Interest:
Most Requested Topics/Programs:
- Cross-Cultural Communication
- Conflict Resolution
- Gender Communications
- Career and Life Balancing Coaching
- Diversity for In-house insurance company law firm
- IRS investigators conference
- community college instructors continuing education
- human rights conference for pro bono attorneys
|Length of presentation:||2 hrs to 3 days|
|Travels From:||Orange County, California|
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Judith A. Marty, Esq. earned a B.A. with distinction in sociology and Spanish from the University of Minnesota. Her lifetime work in human relations and intercultural communication began in the 1970’s performing outreach work for migrant workers. She counseled adolescents, including sex offenders, in a long-term treatment program while attending William Mitchell College of Law school. She utilizes her knowledge of self-esteem building in her law practice, representing abuse victims.
She established Divorce Seminars and Information in 1988 as a resource to address the issues that the legal system ignores such as financial planning and self-esteem building. Her goal is to help families make a healthy transition through the divorce process. Her seminars encourage growth and self-confidence, integrating intellectual understanding with positive conditioning and relationship enhancement. She is the author of Divorce in Minnesota For Non-Lawyers, A Guide to the Legal System, 1991, 1994, 1996, 2001, The 5 Colors of Divorce , 2000, and Lift High Your Colors to the Sky!A Divorce Workbook for Healthy Transitions, 2002.
Her interest in protecting children led her to work for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees protecting unaccompanied minors in refugee camps in Hong Kong. Upon return to the United States, she supervised and trained Asylum Officers for the U.S. Department of Justice for six years. Today, she represents asylum seekers, specializing in children’s and gender issues. She has traveled throughout Asia and Central America researching human rights conditions. She has been a volunteer legal advisor for the Coalition Against Slavery and Trafficking in Los Angeles and works closely with the U.S. Attorney’s Office to eliminate corruption and immigrant abuses. Proceeds from her "Child Slaves and U.S. Asylum and Refugee Policy” (2000) article are used for human rights projects. Her “Child Lures” presentation teaches what every parent and child should know about preventing sexual abuse and abduction.
Relationships in the workplace can be as complex as in the home. She conducts management training in sensitive areas such as sexual harassment, diversity, cross-cultural communication, and AIDS in the workplace. She is a certified family and employment mediator. She became a communications trainer because most legal problems stem from poor communication. She believes in getting to the root of the problem and creating lasting solutions. Since a life without problems is not possible, she teaches a “problem-solving methodology” that can be used throughout one’s lifetime.