Upon successful completion of the CDC College for Divorce Coaching® program, you will be sent an application to apply to the CDC Board of Standards® for certification. See below for additional requirements:
- Must have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution or work experience equivalency. (If you are not sure how you can qualify for this program, please call or Email us to discuss.)
- Have your college transcripts sent directly from the institution to the Board of Standards.
- Attach a copy of your Diploma to the application.
- Attach a copy of your resume, which demonstrates your practical experience.
- Attach two original letters of good moral character reference. These letters may be from anyone familiar with the applicant, with the exception of relatives. The letters must bear original signatures. Letters may be addressed to the CDC Board of Standards®.
- Attach a short statement about why you are or want to be a Divorce Coach.
Need minimum of one year of practical work experience with a Master’s degree.
No minimum if:
- Certified as a Coach
- Licensed Mental Health Counselor
- Certified Family Mediator
- Doctor, Nurse, Licensed Health Care Worker
- Degree in Social Work or Health related field
- Lawyer or Paralegal under legal supervision
Click here to send us an email about your interest in the CDC College for Divorce Coaching® program of study, training, and coach practicum.