How can you leverage your strengths to do something you consider meaningful, that will make a difference to and help others? Even if you don’t know exactly what that “something” is, will you know it when you see it?
What Are the Dots In Your Life?
Let’s start with your life experiences. What are the dots in your life such that you can connect them and have a eureka moment – that moment when the light bulb comes on and you can see the path forward?
If you are like many of the professionals who pursue the path of divorce coach, you have gotten your experience with divorce through a combination of personal experience, education, necessity, and a lot of learning by doing!
Whether you are a family attorney or mediator who has been in the trenches; a mental health professional who finds you practice increasingly focused on the overwhelming impact of divorce on families; or someone who learned some hard lessons about divorce through the school of street learning – you want to be part of a different approach to helping people get through the process of divorce.
Is It Time for a Change?
Your experience tells you that it is time to change the face of divorce and to find a better way of coming to terms with the end of a marriage and the creation of the next chapter for divorcing adults, children who can get caught in the middles; and extended families who often feel compelled to take sides or withdraw because divorce is too painful to watch without knowing how to help.
By developing the ability to be a good thinking partner and sounding board for either one of the two parties who are divorcing, you can impact the quality of decisions and help them avoid emotionally-charged knee-jerk reactions which often prolong the pain of divorce and have a big impact on the cost and duration of the divorce process.
If you’re considering becoming a divorce coach, you should attend one of our series of mini-training webinars for those who would like to explore more about how divorce coaching plays out in real life. Our next one is on Wednesday, August 5, and is “Leveraging Your Expertise To Become A Divorce Coach“. Find out more information here: https://certifieddivorcecoach.com/free-webinars/
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