I do not advocate for divorce. Just as doctors do not advocate for cancer, isn’t it appropriate they exist to educate people about cancer, explain all treatment options, and walk with patients through the progression/regression of the disease? And so it is with divorce coaching. I am neutral. I am only interested in what is best for you – a reinvention of your relationship or divorce – and in support of whatever choice is made. I support your clarity of thought, exploration of all aspects and options, crystallizing your true goals and interests, sound decision making, creation of your action plan, managing your emotions and supporting your open and honest communication, and taking action to realize your goals.
Many people find themselves unhappy in their current relationship. They desire change but are unsure of how to affect that. These periods of unhappiness are cyclical with periods of happiness and thoughts that ‘things have changed” giving hope for the future – but those quickly fade and so does the possibility of long-term happiness.
In many cases, people contemplate divorce and seek counsel with lawyers, financial professionals, counselors, family and friends. And, in most cases these options are not generally equipped to deal with this question. A divorce coach is specifically trained in helping people make sound choices when it comes to divorce.
A divorce coach (who is also a licensed attorney) can help a client in several ways when deciding should I or shouldn’t I:
• Exploring the Cycles Affecting Decision-Making
• Showing Up as the Best Self
• Seeing the Relationship from A Partner’s Point of View
• Exploring the Areas Impacted By Divorce
• Understanding the Processes of Divorce
• Exploring Readiness for Change
In addition, I assist clients in exploring:
• Options besides divorce?
• Giving up on the relationship?
• Affordability of divorce?
• Finding love again?
• Surviving being alone?