My experience with divorce doesn’t come from my own separation, but through having worked for the past 15 years as a family lawyer. Over that time I have worked with thousands of clients, and there isn’t much that I haven’t come across.
I know the system well – and its shortcomings. I have seen how emotionally and financially draining the process can be and how negative the long term consequences can be for both the parents and children when it gets messy.
I have worked with so many clients clearly overwhelmed by the process and the challenges of the changes to their lives. In pain. Scared. Confused. Struggling to make decisions. Unable to move forward. Even with the support of friends, family, a counsellor and other professionals, it seemed something (or someone) was missing for many of these women. Then I discovered divorce coaching.
As a Divorce Coach I want to support and empower women. I have skills and knowledge to help those I work with holistically.
I’m interested in all things health, wellness and personal development. As Divorce Coach I am able to share what I have learnt in these areas with my clients. I believe that if parents can be their best selves during the divorce process, the impact on their children will be minimised.
Looking at the bigger picture, I feel that in supporting mothers’ transition through their separation and helping them to become happier and healthier, this will promote happier families and communities.
I hope the women I work with, will lead the way in changing the face of divorce and showing that it is possible to separate in a respectful and graceful way.
“I believe that if parents can be their best selves during the divorce process, the impact on their children will be minimised.”