Take a deep breath.
Really. Just do it. Now… just know this. Everything is going to be okay. We’re just going to take this one step at a time. I’ve been through it, and I’ll help you get through it too. You do not have to divorce alone.
As a divorce coach and co-parent mediator, I help individuals navigate the difficult divorce process and create a healthy and positive co-parenting relationship with their ex-partner. Through personalized coaching and mediation sessions, I provide guidance and support to help clients communicate effectively, manage emotions, and develop a child centered co-parenting plan that puts the needs of their children first. With my help, clients can feel empowered and confident as they move into a new chapter of their lives, knowing they have the tools and resources to build a brighter future for themselves and their children.
ADMITTING YOU'RE VULNERABLE IS THE HARDEST PART; I GOT YOU FROM THERE!
When thinking of getting divorced, you reach out to an attorney for information, but clients reach out to me as a coach and co-parent mediator for emotional support and to help them create a plan for change and who to lineup to make this change possible. An increasing number of attorneys I work with will not take on a case if no coach or mental health professional is involved for emotional support. The attorneys handle the case's legal aspects; the attorney or the financial advisor focuses on finance. Together we can help you divorce with compassion and respect.
Mediation encourages creativity to resolve disputes rather than caution and defensiveness, and because of this, spouses can often reach an agreement far quicker than in litigation. Mediation narrows the issue and can be used in addition to working with lawyers. In most cases, mediation is a much better option for determining co-parenting arrangements than a drawn-out court battle; it can result in a faster resolution, encourages communication between both parties, and be more affordable than having the courts settle your custody matters.
When mediating a parenting plan, you - as parents - decide what will work best for your children. Together you can collaborate to develop a plan that will work, and you are more likely to be willing and able to work together when the needs of the children change. As a trained Collaborate Coach and Co-Parenting Specialist, I facilitate communication. Beyond divorce communication, coaches also prepare their clients, one step at a time, to turn the emotional side of divorce into the business of divorce, get through divorce proceedings and rebuild their life once the client is on the other side of divorce.
This an opportunity for each of us to share information to help inform one another so we can together determine whether to move forward with a working relationship.
Divorce coaching is a flexible, goal-oriented process designed to support, motivate, and guide you when thinking of, or going through divorce. To help you make the best possible decisions for your future, based on your particular interests, needs, and concerns.
In a divorce, it’s not as [simple] as figuring out the logistics of where the children shall be. You need to be able to communicate and still be parents — together. Co-Parenting Coaching & Mediation can help to create the emotional distance needed to heal while still being able to parent cooperatively.
I am a native Swede, mother of three girls and a coach passionate about Divorce Coaching, Co-Parenting Mediation, helping clients with their personal growth, and resolving conflicts.