Divorce and Breakup

Going through a divorce was one of the most challenging life experiences I have faced so far.

Emotions ran high, and there were a million decisions to be made and they all seemed to have really significant impact on my future.

It was a time when support and guidance was crucial but what I found was that many friends and family didn't have the perspective or didn't want to take sides or get involved and so I was left to figure it out mostly on my own.

It would have been a great time for me to work with a coach. But coaching -- especially divorce coaching -- wasn't really a thing back then. Sure there were mediators and social workers and lawyers as part of the process; and they ALL knew what the process was, but none of them were really the thinking partner I needed.

Here are some of the reasons why I am specializing in divorce coaching and how working with me will be beneficial for you, or someone you love.

1. Knowledge of the process: Your lawyer, the judge, the mediator, the social worker, all the people you will come in contact with have done this process thousands of times.

You have never done this before and have little idea of what is next.

I know the process and can help you with timelines, think through decisions and provide you the information you need without getting lost in the shuffle of the mediators and social workers or getting charged by your lawyer. 

2. Emotional Support:
A divorce can be an emotional rollercoaster, and it's common to feel overwhelmed, anxious, or depressed. Having a coach during this time provides you with emotional support and guidance, helping you navigate through the emotional turmoil that often comes with a divorce. I will provide a safe space for you to express your feelings, and can also offer techniques and strategies to help you manage your emotions.

3. Objective Perspective: It's easy to get caught up in the emotional aspect of a divorce and lose sight of what's best for your future. A coach can offer an objective perspective, helping you to see the bigger picture and make decisions that align with your goals. I can help you to identify any patterns or behaviors that may be hindering your progress, and offer strategies to overcome them.

4. Strategic Planning: A divorce involves many decisions, such as asset division, child custody, and support payments. Your coach can help you to create a strategic plan that takes into account your goals, values, and priorities. Your coach can also work with you to develop effective communication strategies with your ex-partner and legal team.

5. Accountability: Divorce can be a lengthy and complex process, and it's easy to get sidetracked or lose focus. A coach can provide accountability, ensuring that you stay on track and motivated towards achieving your goals. Your coach can also help you to celebrate your successes, no matter how small they may seem.

6. Reduced Stress: Going through a divorce can be incredibly stressful, both emotionally and logistically. Having a coach can reduce stress by providing you with the support, guidance, and tools needed to navigate the process more effectively. This can lead to a smoother and less stressful divorce experience.

We can start working together no matter where you are in the process. You do not have to do this all alone.
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