How do you, as a divorce coach, move from the never-ending story your client tells you about their betrayal, anger, and hurt due to divorce to the exploration of important decisions in a respectful way? This is a question we here at CDC Certified Divorce Coach® have heard dozens of times from the family law attorneys who talk with us about divorce coaching. The futility of the emotional story is draining, and while it may seem logical to keep listening to the story in hopes of coming up with the right solution, it often has the opposite effect and it prolongs the agony of the listener.

So how does a divorce coach help the client to get past the emotional turmoil of their “story” and instead concentrate on the divorce process itself? There is never “THE ONE WAY” to handle an obstacle in the pathway through divorce. The background and experience of the divorce coach coupled with the clarity of the client about how they define their needs and wants, contributes significantly to the direction that the conversation takes.

As a CDC Certified Divorce Coach®, you will gain the tools, knowledge, and practical applications to help your client successfully move from the story of divorce to the business of divorce. With your help, they will be better prepared to communicate their wants and needs during the proceedings and into the future. Our next CDC® Certified Divorce Coach Training and Certification starts January 7th and ends April 24th.

In just 16 weeks you will have the skills, structure and know-how to make a profound difference in the lives of individuals and families by showing them a better way to go through divorce!

Celebrate Yourself And Celebrate What’s Right in the World

Celebrate Yourself And Celebrate What’s Right in the World

CDC Certified Divorce Coaches help clients keep their eye on what is right in the world and develop greater capacity to create a life they love in the next chapter. In your heart you know you can contribute to changing the culture of divorce and help others to come...

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