As a CDFA® Certified Divorce Financial Analyst®, you can gain another essential regulated professional certification credential to help divorcing clients. The CDC Certified Divorce Coach® and CDC Divorce Transition and Recovery Coach® certifications give you the missing skills in dispute resolution. A growing number of attorneys and therapists are recognizing these certifications as essential to the divorce process.
Divorce, from the 10,000-foot view, is a legal process designed to terminate the marriage contract – to create a division of the accumulated assets and debts so that each party may go their separate ways.
But divorce is much more than assets and dollars – and the 10-foot view of divorce is that the obstacles one faces in divorce all have to do with the “people aspect” of the process. Therefore, doesn’t it make sense that dealing with the people going through the emotional roller coaster and their response to change would feature as a central concern in the process of divorce?
Unfortunately, this isn’t always the case and those touched by the human-ness of divorce see that something is missing in the process – a process that requires two separate parties to keep moving forward and make the myriad choices every day to maintain some stability in their daily lives in addition to undertaking the most significant set of business decisions that most couples will ever make – and to do it in relative isolation.
People can make many costly mistakes during their divorce. A CDC Certified Divorce Coach® helps people not make those mindset mistakes which are often at the root of the costly legal and financial mistakes in divorce. Clients are not experienced experts when they enter into the legal process and a CDC Certified Divorce Coach® can serve as the bridge between the client and the other divorce professionals, helping them to communicate clearly about what is important to them as outcomes for themselves and their family in the divorce process.
The CDC® divorce coaches are credentialed certified and regulated professionals who understand and respect the boundaries between what they do as distinct from what the attorney, therapist, mediator, and financial experts provide. Why choose anything less?
The Holmes-Rahe Stress Scale indicates that divorce is the second highest stressor for humans, second only to the death of a loved one. The American Bar Association defines Divorce Coaching as a dispute resolution process: Divorce coaching is a flexible,...
Becoming a divorce coach and going through the rigorous training to earn the title of a CDC Certified Divorce Coach® provides many valuable tools which both prepare you for working with individual clients dealing with divorce – before, during and after – and provide...
A CDC Certified Divorce Coach® Can Count On Support And Guidance Long After They’ve Graduated From The Program
Throughout the divorce process, from the very beginning until the post-divorce work is complete, and a new chapter is underway, the certified divorce coach supports the client in making the best possible decisions every day. Whether it is being the best parent they...