Requirements for Becoming a CDC Certified Divorce Coach®
Complete the Divorce Coaching Intensive training, study, and coach practicums through the CDC College for Divorce Coaching®.
Upon successful completion of the CDC College for Divorce Coaching® program, you will be sent an application to apply to the CDC Board of Standards® for certification. See below for additional requirements:
- Must have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution or work experience equivalency. (If you are not sure how you can qualify for this program, please call or Email us to discuss.)
- Provide either your college transcripts or a copy of your diploma.
- Attach a copy of your resume, which demonstrates your practical experience.
- Attach two original letters of good moral character reference. These letters may be from anyone familiar with the applicant, with the exception of relatives.
- Attach a short statement about why you are or want to be a Divorce Coach.
Need minimum of one year of practical work experience.
No minimum if:
- Certified as a Coach
- Licensed Mental Health Counselor
- Certified Family Mediator
- Doctor, Nurse, Licensed Health Care Worker
- Degree in Social Work or Health-related field
- Lawyer or Paralegal under legal supervision