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    FAQ’s About Coaching FAQ’s About Coaching

    FAQ’s About Coaching

FAQ’s About Coaching

I am a Certified Life Coach as well as a Certified Divorce Coach™.

For more information on my background, please visit the “About” tab here.

 My practice is equally divided between both areas.

How do I begin the coaching process?

Contact me personally at 949.632.6747, or schedule an appointment right here on the website. Your first session is complimentary.

When we meet, we will discuss goals, your focus  areas and basically build the foundations for what follows.  You will be emailed a questionnaire prior […]

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    What Is Life Coaching and Why Life Coaching Might Be For You What Is Life Coaching and Why Life Coaching Might Be For You

    What Is Life Coaching and Why Life Coaching Might Be For You

What Is Life Coaching and Why Life Coaching Might Be For You

by Anne F.

Is Life Coaching For You?

Would you like to wake up every morning with unlimited possibilities for the day ahead? Do you have a goal that you cannot seem to bring to life? Do you want a new career? A work and life balance? A desire to change your health? Have you reached a halt in an area of your life? Do you want something to change and just do not know what it is or how to get there?

A “Yes” to any […]

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    Children, Divorce, and the Holidays: Minimizing the Effects of Divorce Children, Divorce, and the Holidays: Minimizing the Effects of Divorce

    Children, Divorce, and the Holidays: Minimizing the Effects of Divorce

Children, Divorce, and the Holidays: Minimizing the Effects of Divorce

by Greg Lenacher

Children treasure holiday traditions and they are grieving just as you are but they are not as well equipped to deal with the emotional turmoil that they are facing. Even if past holidays were marked by fighting and strife the children will remember only the good times. As the parent you should make this time of year as stress-free as possible for the children. In the paragraphs that follow I will outline some ways to make your first holiday season as a single parent […]

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    Why Attorneys Should Consider Referrals to a Certified Divorce Coach Why Attorneys Should Consider Referrals to a Certified Divorce Coach

    Why Attorneys Should Consider Referrals to a Certified Divorce Coach

Why Attorneys Should Consider Referrals to a Certified Divorce Coach

By David Barry J.D., MSW, LSW, CDC®

 

  • Attorneys are busy people; matrimonial attorneys particularly so.  Their success depends upon, among other things, adding value, working cost-effectively and being a problem solver. Through collaboration with a Certified Divorce Coach, a matrimonial attorney can significantly enhance their ability to be that value-adding, cost effective problem solver for their clients.

 

  •  Clients come to matrimonial attorneys with a variety of needs, only some of which are legal in nature.  One of the ways a matrimonial attorney adds value to those […]
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    Life After Divorce – 6 Ways to Survive the Holidays Life After Divorce – 6 Ways to Survive the Holidays

    Life After Divorce – 6 Ways to Survive the Holidays

Life After Divorce – 6 Ways to Survive the Holidays

by Joy Cipoletti

 

The period from Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day in Western culture (the “holidays”) is tough for anyone going through divorce. The whole family experiences tremendous upheaval experienced in life after divorce which turns traditional holiday plans on end, especially if there are children involved.

One parent will usually have custody for a holiday such as Thanksgiving while the other will be left alone. If holiday celebrations generally involved time with one side of the family, or the former couple hosted the holiday festivities, the divorced couple […]

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    The Little Deaths of Divorce The Little Deaths of Divorce

    The Little Deaths of Divorce

The Little Deaths of Divorce

 

by Arianna Jeret

When I entered the field of divorce mediation, one of the common statements I heard was that in the rating game of potential life traumas, divorce ranks second only to the death of a very close loved one in terms of the impact on the divorcing spouses and their family, friends, and workmates. Having since discussed this with my own friends and clients, I thought I would look through the big, beautiful lens of the internet to see what else has been said about this.

I […]

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    Fear, Negativity and Revenge in Divorce, Are They Legitimate? Fear, Negativity and Revenge in Divorce, Are They Legitimate?

    Fear, Negativity and Revenge in Divorce, Are They Legitimate?

Fear, Negativity and Revenge in Divorce, Are They Legitimate?

by Patricia Hubbard

Is fear of your impending divorce situation causing you undue distress? Are you worried about your job safety or some other nagging possibility? Is all this necessary?

Our Priest, Father Jim recently made a joke about fear. He said the letters of the word, FEAR stood for “Forget Everything and Run.”

Oh, if life were that simple. But wait a minute…maybe it is!

Feelings of fear are really a belief in something that is not yet real! I will repeat that…Feelings of fear are a belief in something that is not yet real!

Yes, our […]