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About Me

Founder of The Divorce Centre, Certified Divorce Coach, Accredited Mediator & Author of bestseller 'The Divorce Tango'

My name is Cheryl Duffy and I am the founder of The Divorce Centre. 

From an 18 year career in a Global IT company leading transformational change programs, the most difficult change & transformation I had to manage, was my own divorce.

After nineteen years of marriage, my world was turned upside down. My husband left and every facet of my life was impacted. I felt like I was in a fog, not knowing what was ahead for me and my children.

I plummeted into depression and spent 6 years in post-divorce purgatory making 5 big mistakes delaying my recovery.

1. Self Sabotage

2. Harbouring Resentment

3. Half full glass attitude

4. Scared of getting hurt again

5. Staying in my old life

I ate my emotions, self sabotaging through comfort eating which fueled my self loathing. My self worth was at an all time low.

Eventually I sought the help I needed and started to transform myself & my life so I could let go & move on from my divorce. 

Losing 8 years of my life in post divorce purgatory made me realise that I didn't regret my divorce, I regretted taking 8 years to recover from it!

That's when I came out the other side with a passion to make a difference to help others impacted by divorce.


As the Author of the best seller "The Divorce Tango", a Certified Divorce Coach®, Accredited NMAS Mediator and Founder of The Divorce Centre, I help clients impacted by separation and divorce.

I provide emotional support and guidance through their separation and divorce journey.

Through divorce coaching, mediation and online courses endorsed by a counsellor and psychotherapist.

I help clients;

  • be empowered to have the courage and the confidence through the challenges ahead

  • create a successful coparenting relationship

  • provide marital mediation for those trying to avoid separation

  • provide divorce mediation to help those separate fairly to reach agreement on splitting the family wealth pool

  • avoid work performance impacts due to divorce

  • help them accelerate their recovery so they can let go and move on to rebuild a happy life.

Divorce isn't the end, it's a new beginning!

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