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The Ultimate Guide to Divorce Coaching

Posted on November 15th, 2020

Falling in love is easy and so is getting married. The hard part comes in when you have to work hard every day to maintain and nurture the relationship as you grow and change. What was once a loving relationship can easily disintegrate into a barely civil arrangement, which is not benefitting either partner.

Divorce is one of the worst things to go through and there are certainly mental and physical health issues that come as a result of a messy divorce or breakup. However, don’t forget that you don’t have to go through the process alone. There are professionals certified in divorce coaching to support you and help you make the best possible decisions.

What is a divorce coach?

Whether you are going in-person or getting a divorce coach online, it’s important to know what they are going to do for you. Divorce coaches guide people going through a breakup or divorce and help with support and motivation to healthily navigate the divorce journey. A certified divorce coach ultimately creates a flexible goal-orientated process designed to support people going through a divorce to reach the best possible outcome based on their particular interests and needs.

Not everyone that becomes a divorce coach is from the same background and when hiring a divorce coach, you’ll find some are lawyers from the American Bar Association, others are mental health professionals or trauma therapists, and some certified divorce financial analysts. Your divorce coach might specialize in a particular area and this is why it’s so important that you find a divorce coach that is best suited to your specific needs.

It’s also important to keep in mind that divorce coaching is a completely different process to what you’ll find in counseling or therapy. Certified divorce coaches won’t make any medical analyses, they won’t try to unpack your past and find the root cause of your issues and why your marriage didn’t work out. Your coach is also not your divorce lawyer and won’t be the person you should go to for legal advice. However, they are there to walk you through the process of divorce and explain it to you in a way that you will be able to understand more clearly.

So what does a divorce coach do?

As mentioned, don’t expect a therapy session from a divorce coach, but rather a guided path on how to build your confidence and ability to be able to emotionally handle everything that comes with a divorce and your future that lies ahead.

Thing divorce coaches can do includes:

• Equip you with ways to patiently and calmly manage the journey of divorce
• Provide information on the various stages of the grief cycle and divorce and how to healthily acknowledge and work through each one
• Help you to learn how to manage to live a full life throughout the divorce process and for the years after
• Act as a mediator and collaborator with your lawyer to help with costs and information such as documents and emotional strength for legal processes
• Act as a support structure with the emotions you don’t want to burden your family, friends, or lawyer with
• Listen to your problems and complaints (especially about your ex) and equip you with healthy ways to manage these triggers
• Help you to set and achieve manageable goals for life after your divorce

How can Naked Divorce help you?

Naked Divorce ServicesNaked Divorce is a divorce coaching program that has been designed to help you cope and thrive through holistic training and guidance. We aren’t just there for when you sign the papers but enter the journey at the beginning to help you along the whole divorce journey.

Naked Divorce has been specifically created to help those going through a divorce or breakup to deal with the three main areas of the divorce journey:

  • Deciding: This is a pre-divorce stage where our Divorce Angels help you complete a pre-divorce assessment and strategy. This allows us to see what is triggering the breakdown of your marriage and will give us clarity on whether it is salvageable. We provide the information and materials that will help you either work on your marriage or to start your divorce journey. This includes assessing your needs and the needs of your children if you have any.
  • Completing: This is where you’ll need to put the changes into action that we’ve agreed upon. We have created the Naked Divorce Separation Shift program to encourage what we call “conscious uncoupling”. That is a divorce that is harmonious and empathetic from both sides. Our Divorce Angels will help you collect documents and material for the divorce and help everyone understand the divorce in ‘non-lawyer’ terms. We have a mediation team to help soothe any conflict over children and financials and we will help our client develop a firm support structure. Our Divorce Angels will help you set clear, reasonable goals and also implement a program that will help you tell your kids and also assist them on their journey.
  • Resolving: Going from married to single is a bit like jumping into very cold water and it’s understandable that you might lose your breath and take a while to swim. We help you to set long- and short-term goals and set you on the path to reach them. We also have retreats, coaching, and the Emotional Freedom program that help you to resolve your emotions and heal from the physical and emotional issues that come with divorce.

Remember, our divorce coaches have been where you are before, and they know what kind of trauma you are dealing with. They are there to support you and share in the positive and negative experiences of the divorce journey.

If you think you need a divorce coach, then Naked Divorce and our Divorce Angels are here to support you. Our programs are guaranteed to help you through the long journey of divorce and our certified divorce coaches are here to ensure that you come out stronger on the other side.

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