The American Bar Association defines divorce coaching as a "flexible, goal-oriented process designed to support, motivate, and guide people going through divorce to help them make the best possible decisions for their future, based on their particular interests, needs, and concerns."
If you look at the description above, you'll note that it says, "...help them make the best possible decisions for their future..." My job as a coach is not to make decisions for you, because only you know what's best for you. My job is to help you make the decisions that feel right to you, and to move through the process in a way that lines up with your values.
If you've found this page, you're probably already looking for some kind of relief from the painful and confusing process of divorce. Whether you're just contemplating the end of your marriage, or you've already begun the process, you are more than likely feeling overwhelmed, confused, sad, and scared. And you shouldn't have to go through it alone. And while your friends and family will be there to support you, they can't and shouldn't be expected to navigate the legal process, the financial implications, or the parenting decisions you are going to be faced with.
My job is not to get you divorced. It's to help you take the steps you need to move forward in your life. And if moving forward helps you stay married instead of getting divorced, what could be better! And if the work we do leads ultimately leads to separation and divorce, then we can work together to help you get through it.