Mediation Station - Deep Talk, Deeper Understanding

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The Texas Conflict Coach radio program's mission is to raise awareness and educate the general public and our communities about conflict resolution and peace building. In doing so, we are collaborating with Mediation Station in Toronto, Canada to encourage deeper understanding through meaningful talk and deeper listening when we find ourselves in conflict. Join us as we introduce Gregg Fenten, Founder and Host of his 9 year live, radio program, Mediation Station on CHHA 1610 AM Voces Latinas.

Gregg works as a transformation consultant doing mediation, facilitation, training, conflict coaching, mentoring and consulting work focused on relationship and societal transformation.

Currently, Gregg’s professional activities include working at the Family Law Information Centre at the Family Courts in Toronto, Canada, as a coach with the York University Certificate in Dispute Resolution Program, as a Dispute Resolution Educator with the York University Advanced Certificate Program and as a consultant/trainer on the “Turning Things Around” Project assisting youth focused from the Somali, Caribbean and South Asian communities with skills and knowledge regarding conflict, violence and safety experiences and issues in the community.

In addition, Gregg produces and hosts a weekly radio program called Mediation Station on CHHA 1610 AM Voces Latinas performed live in English each Sunday from 8 to 9 p.m. EST in Toronto, Canada and also coordinates a community mediation walk-in service each Monday.  Gregg utilizes his extensive work experience as a mediator and case manager to provide high quality services using a compassionate approach.
Please contact Gregg at (1)-647-227-4734 and greggf@primus.ca for more information.

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