Divorce & Separation Coaching

When something ends, something new begins. During this profound time of transformation, the future may not be clear.... yet.

Individual divorce coaching helps you stay grounded in your strength, release the fear, and embrace change.

How do you know what’s next when you’re rediscovering who you are?

No one plans on getting a divorce. So when you’re facing this transition after years of being with the same person, it’s natural to feel overwhelmed.

 

  • Loneliness

  • Financial anxiety

  • Fear for the future

  • Social disconnection

  • Fear of being seen as a failure

  • Wondering how your family and children see you

 

In times of stress, we often turn to family and friends for advice, comfort, and support. But divorce can feel different — it can feel like the air has been sucked right out of you. And sharing the rollercoaster of thoughts, emotions, and fears often feels like too much to navigate with an intimate friend or confidante.

 

You are not alone — and whatever you’re going through It is valid and normal.

Support Through Transition

Divorce is often known as “a year of transition.” I offer two signature coaching programs to facilitate meaningful transformation, cultivate self-awareness and growth, and rediscover who you are when you’re on your own. 

 

Based on practical guidance, a wealth of personal and professional experience, and over 20 years of training and practice in the field of psychology, these programs will help you re-engage and build forward momentum through what can be a painful, disorienting process.

“The First 3 Months”

The First 3 Months” is a unique coaching journey designed to help you rediscover who you are as all your life relationships change (family, work, friends, etc) and you develop new routines.

 

This is a time of inevitable loss, but also an enormous opportunity. This program helps you understand the landscape of your transition so that you can create a meaningful new life while avoiding the toxic pitfalls and hazards that will get in your way. 

 

What it includes:

  • 2 x 90-minute one-on-one coaching sessions per month over the course 3 months

  • Structured email or phone check-ins

  • Actionable processes and guided practices to step into your next chapter

 

Who it’s for:

  • Individuals considering divorce, in the midst of separation, or in the process of divorce

  • People whose identities have been woven together with their marriage and family life for years

  • Support-seekers who are looking for meaningful change, growth, and insight into how to make different choices moving forward

 

Investment: $2250

“Launching Your New Life”

After the initial push through a divorce process, the question I hear most is, “What’s next?”

 

“Launching Your New Life” is a 9-month coaching partnership to help you navigate the long road ahead:

  • Fully engage with all ten core areas of a satisfying life

  • Reestablish a relationship with yourself and others 

  • Break out of old routines and habits that are holding you back

  • Develop a sense of significance and connection with yourself and those around you

  • Recognize and overcome your old relationship triggers

  • Tackle challenging decisions around dating, career, and lifestyle

 

What it includes:

  • 9 months of one-on-one coaching sessions (2 x 60-minute sessions per month)

  • Structured email check-ins

  • Actionable processes and guided practices to step into your next chapter

 

Who it’s for:

  • Individuals in the midst of a divorce or who have recently been divorced

  • Individuals looking for sustainable support to move toward their own joy after years of focusing on their marriage

  • Individuals seeking companionship/partnership that feels more connected and fulfilling

  • Support-seekers who are looking for meaningful change, growth, and insight into how to make different choices moving forward

 

Investment for 9 months of one-on-one partnership: $4500

Schedule a free 20-minute exploratory conversation about

how we can work together to achieve your goals

What’s the difference between counseling and coaching when it comes to divorce?

As a professional coach with over 20 years of experience as a licensed mental health counselor, I have spent thousands of hours working with individuals helping them rediscover themselves during and beyond transition. 

 

And here’s what I’ve found:
My coaching programs facilitate more movement and more impact in a shorter time period than traditional counseling. That’s why I became a coach!

 

Traditional counseling (“therapy”) is an insurance-based model that typically only allows for once-a-week, 55-minute sessions and requires a medical diagnosis.  Coaching is an action-based model focused on discerning your wants and needs. When things are intense, I’m here with more flexibility to meet you where you are in your process—and help you move forward.