Divorce can be stressful; you may experience a wide range of emotions as you come to terms with events, with the change in your circumstances and your expectations for the future. It can also be challenging to support other family members who are also finding it a difficult time.
The divorce coach supports you through the entire process. Initially she will meet with you to understand your position and challenges and identify any areas of concern. She will help you to come to terms with events and ensure that you are confident about meeting any challenges that you may face during the divorce process. She will also clarify what is most important to you as you look forward and help you to keep this in mind so you can work towards the best result for all parties.
She will remain on hand to counsel you, where needed, at all stages of the process so you can remain strong and focussed on your priorities and she will help you to resolve any conflicts in a positive way.
Usually the divorce coach is there to support both parties, but where necessary a second coach can be brought in to work with your partner. Conversations shared in the sessions remain confidential unless you expressly agree that it will be beneficial to share some information with your lawyer.
Clare Walters, director of Absolute Specialists,
leads a team of divorce coaches who are specifically trained and experienced in supporting people who are working through a relationship breakdown. They can also help you deal with all the accompanying challenges such as supporting your children and other family members, adapting to your change in circumstances and building a positive future..