Have you been sitting on the fence about your career or your work? That is an uncomfortable place to be – I know that because I was there for well over 5 years – maybe even longer. Itching to leave what I was doing and to use my strengths doing something I wanted to do. And for a long time I flailed around trying to figure out just what that something was.

Now I have found it! And I hope you will join me in helping individuals and families change the experience of divorce and end the cycle of unhealthy relationships. Divorce doesn’t have to be that way! As a divorce coach I am honored every day to be able to help people not only survive divorce but perhaps even to thrive during the process. This may sound simple and it is. But it is not easy without training.

I have three things for you to explore if you think divorce coaching might be for you:

  1. Six coaches, each of whom is a CDC Certified Divorce Coach® and a co-author of the book Divorce: Taking the High Road just concluded 6 days of webinars under the umbrella of The Essential Divorce Survival Guide. If you are wondering about who becomes a personal certified divorce coach or what they do as a coach, listen to the recordings of those sessions on the website: divorcesurvivalguide.live.
  2. We are about to launch our four webinar series about different aspects of divorce coaching. You can explore what they are about on our website on the page dedicated to our free webinars. You can see on the calendar when the next one is being held, or explore the page on this site dedicated to that webinar and register for one or all of them on the date that works best for you.
  3. I am happy to answer any of your questions about our newly launched Divorce Coaching Intensive. It is a combination of frameworks to help you as a coach excel at coaching those at any stage of divorce; and advanced applications of those coaching practices to the range of support required by clients going through the divorce process, from grappling with the decision to divorce to dealing with conflict in communication and focusing on the business of divorce.The two tracks of the program are required for everyone because we have developed specific divorce coaching competencies, a coaching framework we call the CORE process and incorporated a lot of the neuroscience of coaching into the program. And I know you have never learned these in this combination in any another program. To arrange for a one on one call with me or my partner Randy Cooper, please click on this link to find the best time and date for you: https://calendly.com/pegottyc/cdc-qanda.

I hope that you find the work that really resonates with you. I would love to accompany you on that journey. Our next class starts May 2 and is accessible from anywhere you can connect to the internet for our twice weekly live calls.

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