German philosopher Frederick Nietzsche once said, ‘He who has a why can endure any how.’ Knowing your why is an important first step in figuring out how to achieve the goals that excite you and create a life you enjoy living (versus merely surviving!). Indeed, only when you know your ‘why’ will you find the courage to take the risks needed to get ahead, stay motivated when the chips are down, and move your life onto an entirely new, more challenging, and more rewarding trajectory.

 

We invite you to explore OUR WHY: To change the experience of divorce for individuals and families by becoming a CDC Certified Divorce Coach®. Find out more about divorce coaching – what it is, why clients value it, and how it can impact decision making during divorce. Leverage your experience to make a bigger difference for those going through divorce.

We hope that in 2020 you will be inspired to transform your relationship to your own divorce as well as expand the way in which you engage with others gong through divorce by joining us in the Divorce Coaching Intensive to become a CDC Certified Divorce Coach®. If you want to start the new year with a new perspective on your work in divorce, it is not too late to jump into the Divorce Coaching Intensive 16-week training which starts January 7th and ends April 24th.
Leveraging Your Divorce Experience To Create Meaningful Work

Leveraging Your Divorce Experience To Create Meaningful Work

Divorce, from the 10,000-foot view, is a legal process designed to terminate the marriage contract - to create a division of the accumulated assets and debts so that each party may go their separate ways. But divorce is much more than assets and dollars - and the...

Divorce Coaching Fills a Missing Role

Divorce Coaching Fills a Missing Role

The CDC Certified Divorce Coach® helps the individual caught in the overwhelm of divorce to make the best decisions possible for their future based on their particular wants, needs and concerns. As importantly, it supports them in moving forward towards that future...

Where Does A Divorce Client Fall On The Credibility Spectrum?

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Attorneys need credible divorce clients – clients who deal not with the story of divorce but rather the business of divorce; clients who ask relevant questions; and clients who possess sound communication skills and reasonable expectations of the court system. This is...

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