I completed the 21-day program to process the feelings from my own marriage and was amazed at how much more quickly I healed by with this daily goal-oriented framework. As a licensed psychologist, I was blown away with the structure and containment of the journey. I loved the approach and wanted to get trained up in it right away. I think the Naked Divorce is a ground-breaking, strengths-based approach to using the ending of relationships as a growth opportunity rather than a failure. As a Couples, and Family Therapist, and Facilitator of Co-Parenting Programs, I see this program as an important aspect of supporting people at all levels of relationship. The Naked Divorce approach is aligned with my overall approach to helping people by building on personal strengths and learning from experience, while developing new skills for emotional regulation and expression, communication, assertiveness, and problem solving and helping people move from coping and managing to thriving and vibrant living.
My Divorce Coach supported me and kept me on track so I accomplish more in one month than I could in one year of therapy. My passion is around healing for all people in high-conflict divorce as well as the children affected by it.
My clinical experiences gives me a foundation to appreciate how each client is a gift and belief that their trauma will help them grow and be better for their next relationship. I love this program and run Junior Thrive, Haven and Miracle Emotional Freedom courses for Naked Divorce in the United States.
"Loving is my Life Purpose and how this manifests is by being a Change Agent for Conscious Relationships..."Valerie Sher
"When ruptures happen, it can be devastating but also a time of growth, character building and developing resiliency. Having support to remember, enhance, and learn new coping skills and process our experiences more consciously and ethically can help turn a difficult life experience into an amazing growth opportunity. My motto is learn and grow, not shame and blame. "Dr Valerie Sher
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Divorce is what we call a shamed-based trauma. It’s therefore unlike other life traumas… “When someone dies, there is usually so much support and love around and people are much more compassionate and understanding. Divorce represents a failure within our society, so people approach this trauma with trepidation. They want to white-wash the events quickly so that the shame of the failure doesn’t impact them in any way. The sense of failure makes the shame component of healing from divorce acute. It’s therefore very important to heal in a very specific way, using a very specific coaching approach like The Naked Divorce.”
– Adèle Théron
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