I am trained in Divorce Coaching, which means that I
help my clients work through the divorce process. I do this by
helping them prepare to meet with other divorce professionals such
as attorneys, mediators, financial planners, etc. I cannot help
review or complete legal or court forms. Those are specifically
designed for attorneys.
By going through the coaching process, and preparing
to meet with these other professionals, clients are better prepared
and tend to spend less time with the other professionals, which
means spending less money with them.
People are often not at their best when going
through a separation or divorce, and a Divorce Coach can help them
reframe what they're experiencing and introduce other options to
Coaching can also help the client be better prepared
to interact with their spouse/partner in a more effective manner,
with the goals of lowering their stress level, being able to move
forward, and in getting what they need.
Check out the American Bar Association's definition
Check out this article on
3 Things A Divorce Coach Can Do For You.
While I am specifically trained in Divorce Coaching, my
skills can help those who need coaching in other areas of their life.