We are almost at the starting line for our August through December Divorce Coaching Intensive Training and Certification Program.

And we are at the finish line for the course that ends this week. And what we say is that the end of the course is really the beginning for every graduate – the beginning of now being a CDC Certified Divorce Coach®, a certification recognized by the governments of the US, Canada and the UK.

We are proud that over the past almost nine years, we have certified over 300 coaches who specialize in divorce coaching.

Our courses are made up of 20% attorneys and mediators, 20% therapists and parenting or child custody professionals, 10% financial experts, 10% coaches previously trained in another area, and 40% other professionals who have experienced divorce personally and are looking to take their experience and help others going through divorce as well as create a new career for themselves which gives them a higher level of satisfaction and professional level income.

I want to share with you the beginning for one of our recent graduates. Here is a video she shared with us:

She recounts what she got from the course on three fronts: having the confidence and know-how to be a divorce coach, getting a comfort level in her ability to attract clients to her; and having a process which provides the highest likelihood of a favorable outcome for her clients in their divorce process.

We would love to have you up and running as a divorce coach as the new year unfolds. The post-holiday period has the highest number of divorce filings. Wouldn’t it be great to be able to support people in a different way as they wade into the turbulent waters of divorce?

Contact us today or anytime over the weekend so that you can be part of the next 16- week Divorce Coaching Intensive training and certification program. Click here to set up a one-on-one call.
If you have any questions about how this program can help you or meet your goals, we are happy to explore your goals with you.

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