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Divorce Coaching

Divorce Coaching: Navigating A Difficult Change

A divorce comes with a lot of change; emotional, physical, and financial. Not to mention, divorce is not typically a positive process. So, how do you navigate this change positively? By working with a divorce coach either independently or together, you can unpack all the feelings, questions and make a productive plan for starting the next phase of your lives.

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DIVORCE COACHING FOR INDIVIDUALS

Who: Divorce coaching is ideal for any individual going through a divorce, contemplating divorce or struggling with life after divorce.

What: Individual Divorce Coaching is offered in 1:1 virtual sessions. You can invest in a minimum of three sessions or commit to longer term change through one of my customized Change Packages.

Why: There are many emotions that come with divorce. And, many, many changes. If you are dealing with the stress, uncertainty or grief from a divorce, individual divorce coaching is for you.

How: Schedule an initial consultation with me.

We Did, We’re Done

Couples Divorce & Co-Parenting Support

Who: Couples Divorce Coaching & Co-Parenting Support is ideal for any couple facing divorce, contemplating divorce or finalizing a divorce that needs support talking things out or making a plan for the steps in the journey.

What: Couples Divorce Coaching & Co-Parenting Support is offered in 1:1 virtual sessions. You can invest in a minimum of three sessions or commit to longer term change through one of my customized Change Packages.

Why: Divorce is complicated. There are so many feelings, misunderstandings and fears. It helps to have a neutral third party who can guide you through the tough conversations. I am not only a clinical counselor, I am also trained as a mediator and have undergone my own divorce.

How: Schedule an initial consultation with me.

We Did, We’re Done… Together

COLLABORATIVE DIVORCE TEAM MEMBER

Who: Collaborative Divorce is ideal for couples who want and are able to uncouple together. This model allows you both to have a divorce team that includes attorneys, financial advisors, a counselor, and often, a divorce coach to complete your divorce peacefully and productively….and keep you out of court.

What: Collaborative divorce is a legal process where both spouses agree to work together to resolve divorce-related issues without going to cour. Each spouse retains an attorney and may bring in other experts to help with financial, parenting, and other matters.

Why: Collaborative divorce is a more cost-effective and efficient process than a traditional divorce, as it avoids costly litigation and fosters cooperation and respect.

How: Ask your attorney if they offer the Collaborative Divorce model and then build your team. Contact me for a Q & A or consultation about the process.

Jenny is a member of Collaborative Divorce Illinois and the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals.