(available in the greater Boston area
work directly with your clients to reduce their emotional interference
and help them to form a strong, trusting partnership with you. Divorce
coaching can often be completed in just a few sessions or it can continue
as long as the client needs help to stay "on task."
coach provides the client with instruction on common reactions to events
in the legal process (e.g. serving of papers, initial orders, 4-way
meetings), the psychology of divorce, and effects on their children
(and how to protect them). Readings and handouts are used to supplement
the oral instruction. The coach then helps the client to identify his
or her own current and potential emotional states, and anticipate the
impasses that may be likely. The coach guides the client in a skill-training
program using scenarios and role-playing to avoid the pitfalls and accomplish
the work while remaining as emotionally intact as possible. Clients
report that divorce coaching has been invaluable in keeping them from
falling into the emotional traps that are always present during divorce.
more details on how divorce coaching works, click here
to read the article, "How Divorce Coaching Can Help."