Fear and overwhelm are understandable reactions when your world’s suddenly turned upside down by divorce. Both can grind a person’s productivity to a halt as paralysis sets in – paralysis which prevents clear thinking, inhibits decisions of any kind, and undermines the ability to deal with the immediate demands of the divorce process. Stuck in the present, overwhelmed, exhausted, in a mindset where everything just feels impossible.

Even In Divorce, Coaching Can Transform The Impossible Into The Possible

One of our most popular mini-trainings has always been Real-Life Divorce Coaching Examples, and it has grown so large, with so much content, that we’ve broken it into two sessions. Over the next two weeks you’ll have the chance to hear directly from one of the co-founders of CDC® a number of real world scenarios where divorce coaching was able to make a positive, lasting impact on a client’s perspective and outlook.

You’ll also have the opportunity to test your own coaching awareness by exploring several examples of divorce coaching engagements. In presenting the basic scenario, we will invite you to suggest how the coach might have worked with the client.

Here are some of the issues these clients might be dealing with:

  • Being emotionally tethered to having only THIS house;
  • Overcoming the hostility of his wife and keeping his son out of the middle;
  • Dealing with the possible termination of the engagement in collaborative divorce due to an impasse;
  • Supporting a client starting with the first threat of divorce through starting the next chapter! and
  • Avoiding the same mistake leading to divorce again.
  • And more….

During these two sessions, we’ll look at the outcomes from the coaching based on the results the coach achieved and we will hear in the client’s words just what that meant for them in this experience.

There is never “THE ONE WAY” to handle an obstacle in the pathway through divorce. The background and experience of the coach coupled with the clarity of the client about how they define their needs and wants, contributes significantly to the direction that the conversation takes.

If you’re considering becoming a CDC Certified Divorce Coach®, you really should plan on attending the “Real-Life Divorce Coaching Examples” series over the next two weeks.  Find out more information here.
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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