6 Benefits Of Becoming A CDC® Certified Divorce Coach

6 Benefits Of Becoming A CDC® Certified Divorce Coach

One of our favorite quotes here at CDC® Certified Divorce Coach is: "The arc of the divorce universe is long and it bends toward family." We certify divorce coaches from all over the world, from every walk of life, and they all have one common underlying focus for...

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Divorce and COVID-19

Divorce and COVID-19

Experts are split on what exactly will happen once we are past the curve of the pandemic. One half says there will be a big baby boom, the other anticipates a surge in divorces. Most likely they are both right - some relationships will be stronger from quality time...

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Focusing On The Positive Aspects Of Change

Focusing On The Positive Aspects Of Change

No matter your personal beliefs about the COVID-19 pandemic, the fact is that the world is in a state of chaos and change right now. Everyone is experiencing some level of fear and/or stress, whether you're able to work successfully from home, have been laid off, or...

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The Difference Between A Divorce Coach And A Mediator

The Difference Between A Divorce Coach And A Mediator

While a mediator works with both parties in a divorce to hammer out how to reconcile various wants and needs during the divorce settlement negotiation, remaining neutral to outcome of the mediation and neutral in the support of each of the two clients, a personal...

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Don’t Miss The Early Registration Deadline!

Don’t Miss The Early Registration Deadline!

Registration has just opened for the CDC® Certified Divorce Coach Training and Certification May 2020 class. If you want to participate in the Early Bonus Program included with the course you must get your enrollment form in before March 15 so you get access to the...

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How Is A Divorce Coach Different From A Therapist?

How Is A Divorce Coach Different From A Therapist?

Personal divorce coaching is a process of working one-on-one with a client to help them through the rough spots in their divorce and to help him or her make the best possible decisions for their future based on their particular wants, don’t wants, needs, and concerns....

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