Dr. Andra Brosh is a renowned Psychologist, Divorce Expert, and Ecotherapist. She has been through hell and back surviving both breast cancer and divorce before the age of 45, and while both practically killed her, she came out the other side with a fresh and pragmatic perspective on the realities of life and the human condition. Dr. Brosh uniquely blends her personal experience with her education in Psychology to offer her clients the pragmatic and accessible support they need to become the best version of themselves. She works virtually with national clients, and locally in her Downtown Los Angeles office. Dr. Brosh also facilitates Ever-Aftershock®
Workshops designed to support and guide divorcing individuals from the beginning of the end into a new beginning.
Online dating after divorce is a unique and often stressful experience, but it's a viable option for anyone who's ready. Getting clear about what you want and following these solid dating guidelines will help you find the partner you're looking for while avoiding the common pitfalls that make the experience miserable.
Wishing your ex would disappear is hopeful, but probably mostly unrealistic. Coping with a difficult ex can make the process of divorce a living nightmare. Learning a few new tools might alleviate some of the struggles and bring you the peace of mind you're looking for.
Making time for yourself when you have full custody can be one of the biggest challenges of being a single parent. Overcoming self-made obstacles and learning some new tactics will help you create space and time for you to heal, work toward a new life, and be happy.
Divorce can seem like the worst thing that has ever happened to you, but you may be surprised to find that it can teach you quite a bit. There are lessons to be learned from the challenges that life presents, but only if you know where to look and have the patience to let the teaching come.
There is almost always an emotional divorce that coincides with the physical divorce, which often gets neglected during the process of ending the marriage. Not recognizing how powerful the emotional experience can be leaves couples vulnerable to the rollercoaster of unexpected feelings that surface once a divorce is final.