What do we mean by this? Certification with CDC® isn’t the end, it’s the beginning of a whole new relationship with a rapidly growing community of Certified Divorce Coaches!
By the end of the CDC® Divorce Coach certification program you’ll find yourself among a community of coaches who have stepped up to support each other during in-class coaching, exercises, and self-assessments which help each participant to get a sense about how their clients will likely be impacted by divorce coaching.
Completing the training and certification does not mean the end of our time together. We think of it as a beginning for this new relationship we have created as like-minded professionals on a mission to help clients be strengthened by their experience instead of defined or destroyed by divorce.
“The future depends on what we do in the present.”. – Mahatma Gandhi.
Pegotty Cooper, one of the co-founders of the CDC® Certified Divorce Coaching Program had this to say:
“We have a vibrant group of coaches who maintain community through monthly continuing education programs, collaborations with each other, reaching out to get referrals to various resources they want to refer clients to, and asking for insights about how to work with a challenging client. Some serve as mentors to new classes starting, some join in support of each other in business development, and everyone wants to share their wins to inspire others. Ten years ago, this was the vision we saw when we created this program. We believe wholeheartedly in collaboration with other professionals because all boats are lifted up by the rising tide!
I am sharing all of this with you because while we are wrapping up one class and giving them their certification papers, we are also starting a new class. With the picture of the new beginning, we are helping participants to create, be it a new way of serving existing clients, or a new service offering, or a new career to embark on. We would love to be part of your path to mastery in divorce coaching during the next 16 weeks, starting May 4 and running through August 20.”
If you have already received your enrollment form, you have a week to return it before we start our Course Orientation during the week of April 26th.
If you’re interested in learning more about becoming a CDC® Certified Divorce Coach, you should attend one of our series of mini-training webinars for those who would like to explore more about how divorce coaching plays out in real life. Our next one is on Wednesday, April 28th, and is Making Better Decisions – Being A More Credible Client.
Classes start the following week, so if you do not have an enrollment form, please arrange for a pre-enrollment call with one of the two co-founders so we can help you determine if you are ready for what others have call this life-changing program. The link is https://calendly.com/pegottyc/cdc-qanda to find the best day and time for you on our online calendar.
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