Divorce Coaches play one of the most important roles in the collaborative process. Coaches may be psychologists or mental health professionals trained in the collaborative process. The coach is the person that gives you non- judgmental, unbiased support, without the emotional baggage that may come from relying upon a friend or family member for this role.
A divorce can be sad, painful and scary, but it can also be a liberating time for new beginnings and choices. Sometimes these different feelings come at the same time.
A divorce coach helps you through the ups and downs of the process, and helps you understand what you’re experiencing before and after each collaborative meeting. A divorce coach can be your neutral guide, helping you sort through your issues and concerns, to help you prioritize your goals and aspirations.
Interestingly, the smartest people (on paper) often find they benefit the most from having a divorce coach.