Who is the Right Coach?
Divorce coaches are highly skilled people, trained to observe, analyze, strategize and support desired change. For you to achieve the success you desire, it is crucial for you to feel comfortable with your coach and there must be mutual respect. Coaching involves asking the tough questions that everyone else around you will avoid so the coaching relationship must be a good fit for both coach and client.
Don’t know whether to stay or go?
Get essential information as you consider whether a separation or divorce is truly what you want and explore the various options available to help navigate the divorce process.
An active, practical goal-directed approach that is custom-tailored to meet your individual needs for managing your divorce process.
The emotional divorce can continue long after the legal papers are signed. Once the actual divorce is complete, a divorce coach can help you “map out” a vision to re-design your life the way you really want it to be.
No matter where you are in your journey,
whether it’s before, during or after divorce,
I can help you
Whether you are considering separation and divorce, or are currently in the divorce process, or whether you are ready to map out new destinations, your dreams and goals will only become a reality when you begin to take positive steps towards achieving them.
Is Divorce Coaching For You?
Divorce coaching is not for everyone. The success of the process rests on your willingness to take total responsibility for your choices and your commitment to go the distance to move through and beyond your divorce as peacefully and efficiently as possible.
To determine if this is the right time for you to start taking charge of your life and your dreams, I invite you to check out the free Coachability Index
How do I get started?
Are you ready to shorten the transition from divorce to the next stage of your life with this unique coaching service?
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People often become what they believe themselves to be. When I believe I cannot do something, it makes me incapable of doing it. When I believe I can, I acquire the ability to do it even if I didn’t have it in the beginning.