What is the difference between coaching and therapy?
Divorce Coaching is a time specific and goal oriented approach to help clients break down the hurdles that may be in the way of achieving their goals.

Therapy is about exploring the past and more focus on insight oriented work.  Therapy is also about diagnosing and treating mental illness.  

How does coaching work?
Coaches work one on one with clients once a week or more, depending on your need.  We will either meet face to face or have telephone sessions.  The average length of a coaching relationship is approximately 6 months. 


How do I know if I am ready for coaching?
When you are ready to focus on you and de-focus on the behaviors of your ex-spouse you are ready for coaching.  When you realize that you are ready to help yourself but not sure what to do next, you are ready for coaching.

How do I get started?
When you call we will schedule an initial session to discuss your assessment, set goals and begin to create an plan to move forward.

How do you charge for your services?
Our sessions are scheduled for 45 minutes. I charge the fee to your credit card at the beginning of each month or individual coaching session. American Express, MasterCard or Visa are accepted.