For you, for your children, for your future...
—Dr. Maya Angelou
The choice of divorce process—mediation, collaboration, litigation
Children's perspectives about divorce and child development stages
Parent education during and after the divorce
Minimizing the significant costs
Getting along with your future ex or ex-partner
Minimizing the affect of divorce on young, adolescent or adult children
Creating a shared parenting plan
Managing your own and your spouse's expectations
Post-divorce emotional recovery
Building a new life
Introducing a new partner
How can a divorce coach help me?
During divorce, you will be asked to make important long-term decisions at a time when you are fearful, upset, angry and in an unfamiliar situation. The old roles and rules no longer apply, yet you are still connected as a family. How does it work? How do you make the transition to living and co-parenting separately?
You know your children better than anyone, but divorce brings unexpected questions. Children don't have the same view of divorce as their parents do. Most moms and dads benefit by having divorce-related parenting information and children do better when parents know better.
As your divorce coach, I will help you address these
questions. You will have access to a professional with twenty years of experience in divorce work to guide you. I will assist you with some or all of the following concerns, depending on your needs:
Coaching by phone or in person
To schedule a complimentary phone consultation with Micki, click the scheduler button.