Leslie D. Smith, CDC®, CLC
Divorce Coaching Maven| Advocate | Life Strategist
What is divorce coaching?
The American Bar Association neatly defines divorce coaching as a “flexible”, goal-oriented process designed to support, motivate, and guide people going through a divorce to help them make the best possible decisions for their future, based on their interests, needs, and concerns.
What is the difference between a mental health professional and divorce coaching?
There are some similarities, however, a therapist, psychologist, counselor, and/or social worker have licensed trained professionals that will assist you with the treatment of mental healthcare. A divorce coach is a qualified thinking partner who will help you gain clarity and direction of what is important to you as you move towards your future; and during the process, you will gain personal awareness, confidence as well as learn valuable information that will assist you with your next steps in accomplishing a forward-thinking outcome that will help you produce your best self and become a more credible client for your legal representative.
Divorce in the 21st Century™ has changed significantly, family dynamics are structured differently, and the lenses of love are no longer viewed from a traditional perspective.
Are you looking for hope and guidance as you walk down the pathway of untying the knot?
Are you searching for confidence and clarity?
Are you in need of direction, concerned about your financial bottom-line, and don’t know where to start in getting organized for the divorce process?
Are you feeling overwhelmed, depressed, paralyzed by fear, and need to reduce your stress level?
Are you struggling with remaining clear on the direction of your situation and need tools to help you achieve your best self, so that you will become a more credible client for your legal representation?
Are you experiencing mental roadblocks and blind spots, and you’re not equipped in handling this type of conflict and loss?