Going through a divorce can be exhausting – physically, mentally, and emotionally. Going from a partnered relationship to suddenly being single is a lonely feeling and a life-altering change, especially if you have children. To diminish or even eliminate that overwhelm, it’s a good idea to have a support system in place during the divorce process.
Your friends and family members are a great place to start building your support system. The next step is assembling your team – attorney, mediator, financial advisor, divorce coach, support group – people who can help you get through the process in the most positive and beneficial way possible. Adding in a CDC Certified Divorce Coach® at the beginning of the process reminds you you’re not alone in this difficult journey and can save you time, money, and frustration during the entire divorce proceedings.
Having a support system in place can make the difference between being stuck in a negative emotional state for decades to working through the emotional, family, and financial stress relatively quickly and setting up a healing and positive foundation for your post-divorce life.
The CDC Certified Divorce Coach® adheres to a Code of Ethics and has a number of tools, frameworks and practices to support you in a professional way. A divorce coach helps you think through every day decisions as well as to clarify what is most important to you in co-parenting; and what your needs are for alimony and perhaps for re-entering the workforce. As a resource, a divorce coach helps you to explore the options for going through the divorce process and how to engage with a divorce attorney in a productive way. Plus many other ways to help you create the best likelihood of a favorable outcome in your divorce.
Every divorce is as uniquely different as the persons involved – it may have been a short marriage, there may not be any joint assets, or perhaps there are no children … whatever the situation you are going to want people on your side who can help you transition from married to divorced, and all that that entails.
Our role as a CDC Certified Divorce Coach® is not to overstep our boundaries or make someone fit into our image of what we think should be done; rather it’s to support them in becoming the architect of their own life. From this point forward their decisions will be made solely on their own, rather than as a couple – help them lay the foundation for their future decisions by letting them take ownership of their new role.
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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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