Divorce Coaching

3 June 2019

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Divorce Coaching
To provide emotional and practical support to clients going through separation and/or divorce

This service provides space in which clients are encouraged to address the emotional and practical challenges which rear their head in the face of separation and/or divorce.

It is a form of coaching support which offers someone to walk through the process with the client – attend the legal meetings with them, take notes and create notes to remind them of what was discussed/agreed with their legal professionals.

Divorce coaching also encourages clients to address their needs, wants, conflicts, challenges and decision-making as constructively as possible – enabling them to engage with their legal representatives in a more focused and goal-oriented manner

Clients are empowered to rebuild their confidence and get their lives back on track with strategies for relieving stress and anxiety as well as help to form strategies to face ‘now’ and plan for the future

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