About Divorce Coaching

Why Use A Divorce Coach? It’s easy to get caught up in the madness of divorce.  In doing so, many people waste precious resources in the wrong place and consequently find no resolution.  A coach can assist in formulating appropriate plans of action to focus on core issues and save money in the long run.

What Is Divorce Coaching? Divorce Coaching is a directional process intended to move an individual forward towards a better place.  A coach provides encouragement, enthusiasm and motivation as well as an objective perspective on the matters at hand.

What It’s Not: Divorce coaching is neither therapy nor legal advice.  I encourage all clients to consult a qualified professional to address any psychological or law-related matters.

What I Do: As a divorce coach, I assist others in harnessing the appropriate energy to propel them through the separation process and into a bright new beginning.  Using a solution-conscious approach, I work with individuals and couples to determine appropriate goals and a strategy to reach them.  This could mean determining viable communication channels,  rules for communication, assisting with a parenting plan or helping an individual find the best new house, car, job, etc.  Each session is tailored to the needs of the client and all decisions are that of the individual.

If you’re interested in finding out how you might benefit from divorce coaching, I offer an initial phone consultation at no charge.  Feel free to contact me via email:  Tara@taraeisenhard.com to schedule a session.


One comment on “About Divorce Coaching

  1. Colin Waibel says:

    Failure doesn’t suggest you might be a failure it simply means you haven’t succeeded yet.
    The main quality in a leader is that of being acknowledged as such. All leaders whose fitness is questioned are clearly with a lack of force.

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