What is a Divorce Coach?

Kickstart your post-divorce life the right way by hiring a professional who can make the transition that much easier for you.

By Jamie L. Cicerelle
October 08, 2011
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Getting divorced can be one of the most challenging and emotional times in your life. There is often a great deal of uncertainty, disappointment and upset surrounding this life-changing event. It is normal for you to have a myriad of concerns such as your financial future, your children’s well-being, or maybe your sudden lack of self-confidence. Additionally, you may be fearful of an unknown future or experience frequent conflict with your spouse or ex-spouse. To have guidance during this difficult time is invaluable. 

A divorce coach supports you through the process of rebuilding your confidence and getting your life back on track. Additionally, you will gain access to relieving the stress often caused by divorce and be empowered to take positive action toward designing the next phase of your life. Whether your goal is to have peace and harmony in your family, financial stability or just feel good about yourself again, during the coaching process you will clearly identify your goals and develop practical strategies to reach them. During this process, you will overcome the challenges of your divorce to become your optimal self and have your experience of life be joyful and fulfilling.

Through divorce coaching, you will: 

  • Deal with the emotional aspects of your separation and divorce, including the pain, anger and fear that may be buried or not fully acknowledged
  • Regain self-confidence, and become empowered to deal with your divorce issues in a calm and clear manner
  • Learn to communicate effectively with your spouse and children to create peace and a co-parenting relationship that works
  • Design a new life that comes from abundance and joy, instead of scarcity and fear

Jamie L. Cicerelle is a Certified Life Coach (CPC) with 13 years of experience as a divorce lawyer. She specializes in divorce and relationship coaching at Blank Canvas Coaching,

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