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Deborah Mecklinger

Deborah L. Mecklinger, LL.B., M.S.W, A.T.C - Divorce Coaching, Mediation and Counseling

Deborah Mecklinger is a Professional Coach as well as an accomplished Lawyer and Master of Social Work. Her extensive professional and personal achievements have fueled her passion and commitment to coach others to achieve and realize their goals. Deborah walks the talk!

In addition, Deborah is an experienced Mediator and Therapist with a successful private practice in Toronto. She is well known for her exceptional work in the areas of divorce, mediation, conflict resolution, and individual, couple and family therapy. She has worked as a Coach, Mediator and Therapist at the Family Mediation & Conciliation Program in South Florida and as a Mediator and Trainer with CDR Associates in Boulder, Colorado.

Deborah has taught mediation at the University of Toronto and at Seneca College. As well, she was the Human Resource Manager at Toronto’s Sutton Place Hotel. Deborah has attended The Adler School of Professional Coaching, University of Toronto Graduate School, Osgoode Hall Law School and Oxford University.

Her unique professional skills, multi-disciplined experience and dynamic, energetic personality provide a rare combination of talent often in demand. Deborah is a frequent guest on radio and television programs and is regularly quoted in the media.

My Blogs:
Divorcee on Board: A New Form of Roadrage?
Post-Divorce Dating: Help Your Kids Plight When Looking For Mr. Right
Stuck in the House With the Ex-Spouse: Tools and Rules to Help You Survive

Deborah Mecklinger

Most Recent Articles

If you want to predict the course of your divorce, check the landscape of your marriage. If your marriage was high conflict, chances are pretty good that your separation will be fraught with conflict too. If your marriage despite its demise was one…
Should there be a "Duty to Declare Divorce" to the Department of Motor Vehicles? Are the newly separated a danger to themselves and others when driving under the influence of divorce and its associated trauma? No doubt the onset of divorce is often…
Why is your child not jumping for joy when they see stars in your eyes instead of tears? After months or even years of stress, sadness, and loneliness, how can your child not be thrilled to see you out on a Saturday night instead&
When divorce is on the horizon, how can you co-exist in a house with your soon-to-be ex-spouse? Is it possible to live separate and apart under one roof without raising it? Once the marriage is declared "over" there may be a period of time that…