Gregg Fenten

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Gregg Fenten AccFM (OAFM), Mediator

Contact: and 647-227-4734

Twitter @FentenMediation

Accredited Family Mediator, Ontario Association for Family Mediation (OAFM)

Member of Ontario Association For Family Mediation (OAFM)

Member of Alternative Dispute Resolution Institute of Ontario (ADRIO)



For almost twenty-one years, Gregg’s professional practice involves a broad range of opportunities that engage individuals, couples and families in a variety of settings and experiences. This journey commenced with him taking the Certificate in Dispute Resolution with York University and then moving on to become involved with Conflict Mediation Services of Downsview (CMS-D) located in the Jane and Finch area of Toronto, Canada as an intern, volunteer, mediator and case manager to where he ultimately became the Director, Community Transformation Program.

Gregg has a diverse private practice that includes mediation and facilitation for family, workplace and community matters. His practice includes mentoring, training and communication coaching in working with individuals to acquire the requisite knowledge and skills to be effective communicators to assist them to navigate their relationship challenges. As well, Gregg’s work involves consultation efforts in community development that includes proposal writing, project development and project implementation.

Gregg is an accredited family mediator and his work includes doing triage and referral services as an Information and Referral Coordinator within the Toronto Family Justice System for the past number of years.  He has been a coach for a number of years with the Certificate in Dispute Resolution Program and the Family Mediation Program and as a Dispute Resolution Educator with the Advanced Certificate in Dispute Resolution all with York University.

For almost thirteen years, Gregg writes, produces and hosts radio program Mediation Station heard live each Sunday from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. EST on CHHA 161O AM in Toronto, Canada. The radio program works dually to educate and inform listeners with information to assist them in creating positive change both within their lives and in the community and supports the profession of conflict resolvers to enhance and elevate its professional practice.

Go to (Click the LISTEN LIVE icon) or on Rogers Digital Cable Channel 951 or at 1610am on the radio dial.

Subscribe to the podcast at Mediation Station on iTunes to ensure you never miss an episode.

Podcasts also at


Projects and Causes

Founder/Coordinator, San Lorenzo Community Mediation Service

CHHA 1610 AM Volunteer Coordinator for the Non-Spanish Speaking Community