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When someone’s going through the divorce process, they are often overwhelmed by the emotional stress involved with their relationship ending.  Very often they will tend to get stuck on telling the “story” of their divorce because their entire focus is on what led to this point, how and why it happened, and who is to blame.

This not only takes an emotional toll on both the divorce client and whoever is listening, it keeps them from moving forward, and concentrating on the task at hand, which is to navigate through the business of the divorce process.

Imagine sitting in front of a mother of three children. She is caring for her children in daily activities such as providing a clean environment, attending to the hygiene of her children, providing nutritious meals, helping with school and homework, extracurricular activities, healthcare, dental care, she may also be employed somewhere, etc., etc. As a mom for her children, she is a teacher, moralist, role model, safety expert, and much more. Mom gives her children love, affection, wisdom, and character as only a mom can provide.

And now comes a divorce.

And now she feels hurt and scared and angry and frustrated and alone and she feels overwhelmed by the enormity and weight of it all. Her self-esteem is low, and her dignity is bruised. This is one of the most difficult times she may ever have in her life.

She needs help.

She needs a safe, supportive, patient, and nonjudgmental space to reduce her stress, to help her think more clearly and ultimately more confidently.

She needs a “safe harbor” in her divorce storm.

She needs a CDC Certified Divorce Coach®.

Divorce coaching helps the client self-discover the impact of how they filter the information used in decision making and helps them explore other options or shift their perspective to consider other possible solutions. The American Bar Association defines divorce coaching as “a flexible, goal-oriented process designed to support, motivate, and guide people going through divorce to help them make the best possible decisions for their future, based on their particular interests, needs, and concerns.”

CDC® Certified Divorce Coaches are trained to work with clients in even the most trying of circumstances, supporting them in their journey to be the best version of themselves possible, championing their strengths, and putting them back in touch with those values which support them in making the best decisions for their particular interests, needs and concerns.

Becoming a divorce coach is one of the most fulfilling and satisfying career paths you can embark on.  If your single most important goal is to support people going through a divorce in not only making their own decisions but making the best possible decisions, they can for themselves, their family, and their future, then becoming a CDC Certified Divorce Coach® might be for you.

Why not take the first step toward having a new set of skills and a new way to generate income in a more satisfying and fulfilling way? Don’t you deserve that? This isn’t for everyone, so why don’t you explore the details of the course and then you can decide – https://certifieddivorcecoach.com

Want a taste of what is covered in the program? Join us for our free Divorce Masterclass to experience the interactive live training that is unique to this divorce coach training program. Find out more information here: https://certifieddivorcecoach.com/free-webinars/

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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