There are multiple areas of change: family, friends, in-laws, grandparents, children, relationships as a couple, housing, healthcare, education, health, wellbeing, identity and more.
There is the aspect of the intensity of emotions: Denial, resistance, anger, numbness, isolation, aloneness, shame, getting even, etc.
In my practice, I believe that women contemplating or undergoing divorce need ongoing help in obtaining clarity while obtaining all the financial information they can. During this massive transiton, my job is twofold. I offer ongoing support to women in moving on from the stages of grief to reclaiming their self-confidence, self-esteem and empowerment and I focus on what women need to do to protect their financial future before, during and after their marriage.
- During the initial sessions with my clients, I help them clarify the first phase of the divorce process. Should they stay or should they go? Should they get divorced or not?
- Once my clients decide that divorce is the route they want to take, I can help my clients organize for the process of divorce and help them determine what other resources they might need.
- By helping my clients focus on what's important they they can take action and gain confidence.
- Walking down the path with my clients helps them clarify what decisions need to be made.
- It is easy to be confused by the turmoil of divorce, but together I can help guide my clients in developing better communication skills.
- When I work with my clients in obtaining clarity and action, they become enlightened clients when confronted with the legal process.
- I can help my clients gather cost effective questions to ask their attorney.
- Please feel free to contact me at coaching.catherinesobredo.com for more information.