“This divorce has dragged on for far longer than I ever thought it would, and it’s taking a toll on me. I’m exhausted. I have no energy. I can’t deal with this anymore. I just want to live in peace and not deal with the misery any longer. The money and the house don’t matter at this point. All I want is to get away from all of this—and at this point I’m willing to do that at all costs.”
Throwing in the towel may bring you short-term relief, but you’re risking your long-term well being. Instead of ironing out all the important issues in the original agreement — you may overlook critical details that keep you stuck in negotiation limbo forever.
In our CDC Certified Divorce Coach® Program, we cover this mistake in depth, as well as the other five common mistakes from which almost all other mistakes flow. The biggest mistakes are one of the six parts of our CDC Certified Divorce Coach® Program, each an important element which helps you to be successful in providing divorce coaching to your clients and building your divorce coaching business.
The next Divorce Coach certification class starts August 31, 2015! If you would like to learn more about becoming a divorce coach, please join us for a free webinar series to introduce you to the profession of Divorce Coaching.
Join us for the webinar, Avoiding the 6 Biggest Mistakes in Divorce, and we will cover:
- How to recognize when your client is about to make one of these mistakes
- The consequences of these mistakes
- What a divorce coach can do to support their clients
- Identify some of the counter-intuitive moves to dissipate conflict
- How to connect your clients to their better self
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Wednesday, August 19, 2015, 12pm EDT (11 am CT, 10 am MT, 9 am PT)
We’ll answer any questions you have about any aspect of Divorce Coaching or any aspect of becoming a Divorce Coach. And we will make it a valuable experience so you can take the information from today and use it tomorrow.
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