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The world continues to experience significant shifts and challenges. Everyone is dealing with some degree of change, stress, and uncertainty. Whether you’re adapting to new work dynamics, navigating the job market, or working in an essential industry, concerns about health, wellness, and financial stability are more relevant than ever.

Despite these serious and valid concerns, how we choose to respond to the current situation and our outlook during these times can have a lasting impact on our lives. Whether that impact is positive or negative depends largely on our perspective and actions.

For instance, if you’ve been feeling unsatisfied with your career or are looking to add something more emotionally fulfilling to your skill set, now is an excellent time to reevaluate your path. There is no better time to seek clarity on what you truly want to do moving forward.

Divorce is a common experience, either personally or through someone we know. It’s an emotionally charged process, and in today’s ever-changing world, many people are contemplating, starting, enduring, or recovering from divorce.

Almost everyone has experienced divorce – either personally or through a family member or friend – and we all know how emotionally charged the entire situation is.  There are literally millions of people out there right now either thinking about the divorce process, starting the divorce process, stuck in the middle of the divorce process, or trying to recover from the divorce process that are in need of a CDC Certified Divorce Coach®.

As of the latest available data:

  1. Marriage and Divorce Rates: In 2021, there were around 1.9 million marriages and about 889,000 divorces and annulments in the U.S.
  2. Lifetime Divorce Probability: About 49% of marriages in the U.S. are expected to end in divorce.
  3. First Marriages: The divorce rate for first marriages is around 30%, while it is higher for subsequent marriages.
  4. Duration of Marriage: The average length of a first marriage that ends in divorce is about 8 years.
  5. Age and Divorce: Divorce rates tend to be higher for younger couples, particularly those who marry in their early twenties. Conversely, the rates decrease as age at first marriage increases.

These statistics reflect the ongoing trends and changes in marriage and divorce patterns in the U.S. and can vary slightly year by year based on societal shifts and demographic changes.

Becoming a CDC Certified Divorce Coach® can be one of the most fulfilling and impactful roles you can take on. Helping others not only survive but thrive after their divorce is final is deeply rewarding. Our CDC® Certified Divorce Coach Training and Certification program provides the foundation and tools you need to succeed in this field.

This program goes beyond assembling impressive materials from diverse disciplines, including cutting-edge neuroscience and respected conflict resolution practices essential in high-stress situations. Throughout the program, you’ll practice divorce coaching competencies, the C.O.R.E Process, and real-life scenarios in class, with mentors, and in peer groups. You will learn how to help clients discover the best options for themselves and their families.

No other program offers the hands-on experience in every area necessary for you to become a respected and effective coach, helping clients make the best possible decisions for their future daily. You’ll also learn how to help clients avoid common mindset mistakes that many professionals recognize but often find challenging to address.

In these times of change and uncertainty, focusing on positive aspects and personal growth can lead to fulfilling career opportunities and the chance to make a meaningful difference in others’ lives.

For those intrigued by the prospect of becoming a CDC Certified Divorce Coach®, consider attending one of our Divorce Coaching Masterclass sessions. These sessions offer insights into how divorce coaching unfolds in real life. Don’t miss the chance to embark on this transformative journey. Find out more at: https://certifieddivorcecoach.com/free-webinars/

For more information on the Bonus Client Engagement Program, visit https://certifieddivorcecoach.com/getting-clients-for-divorce-coaching-live-webinar-pre-course-bonus-program/ and set up a pre-registration call to answer all of your questions about becoming a certified divorce coach.



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If you’re considering becoming a CDC® Certified Divorce Coach, you should attend our free 6-part Masterclass Sessions for those who would like to explore more about how divorce coaching plays out in real life.

Find out more information and reserve your spot here:

Explore what becoming a CDC® Certified Divorce Coach could mean to you by looking at the information on the website.

Then set up a one-on-one call with one of the co-founders of the Divorce Coaching Intensive to have all your questions answered. We are happy to help you sort out whether this choice is likely to help you meet your professional and personal repurposing needs.

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