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During the CDC® weekly webinars we often hear from people who have been thinking about enrolling in the CDC Certified Divorce Coach Program for some time. It’s not uncommon for webinar attendees to say they’ve been attending the sessions for years with the thought of finally registering for the program constantly in the back of their mind.  And for those who take the plunge and go through the program, we hear afterwards how glad they are they finally jumped in with both feet!

Think about your own personal life experience. You already have skills. You have accomplished much in life, and you are wise about matters unique to your background. You have reached your “Age of Mastery”. Now it is time to turn it into fulfilling work to create a legacy of great work for yourself and for families everywhere!

If you’ve been sitting on the fence about enrolling in the CDC® Certification Program, here are 4 reasons why there’s never been a better time to register for the program.

  • Reason #1 – Stand out in the competitive divorce service offering: A unique approach which supports and advocates for the individual and the family both during and after the divorce process ends.
  • Reason #2 – Create more sustainable and fulfilling work: Reduce the stress and the tension – re-energize and regenerate your enthusiasm for your work so you have something left for your own family!
  • Reason #3 – Tools and Frameworks for delivering great results! Be confident that you are practicing to the highest standards with a community of practice to turn to for support.
  • Reason #4 – Dual Certification: We offer dual certifications – CDC Certified Divorce Coach® and CDC Divorce Transition and Recovery Coach® in one comprehensive 16-week course. One Course, 32 modules, meets twice weekly.

No other program gives you the hands-on experience in every area that your client will need to become a client who is respected and effective at making the best possible decisions for their future, day in and day out. And you will help your clients avoid the biggest mind-set mistakes that so many professionals recognize but feel challenged to address.

Throughout the divorce process, from the very beginning until the post-divorce work is complete, and a new chapter is underway, the certified divorce coach supports the client in making the best possible decisions every day.  Whether it is being the best parent they can be, being responsive to the requests for information made by those supporting the process or focusing on developing a new identity and new role as head of their own household, the client is not alone.

The role of the certified divorce coach is to do the best they can to help the client do the best they can in letting go and moving on and gaining some measure of new normal.  The CDC Certified Divorce Coach® adheres to a Code of Ethics and has a number of tools, frameworks and practices to support their clients in a professional way.

The registration window to register for the next CDC® Certified Divorce Coach Training and Certification which starts May 3rd and runs through August 19th, 2022, is running out. If you’re considering becoming a CDC Certified Divorce Coach®, you really should plan on attending the session next Wednesday, April 27th, for “Real-Life Divorce Coach Examples.

To find out more about becoming a CDC Certified Divorce Coach® visit us at: https://certifieddivorcecoach.com/looking-for-divorce-coach-training/ or schedule a call with one of the co-founders today.

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