What is Christian Divorce Recovery ?
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You're going through a hard time right now. Your marriage has been struggling for awhile and you've been served divorce papers, or you served them. Maybe it hasn't gotten that far, but you think it might be coming. Maybe you're going through the process or are newly divorced. Christian Divorce Recovery is here to help you find the hope, help, and healing you'll need on your way to a new life.
While we look at life from a Christian world view, you certainly do NOT need to be a Christian, or have any religious beliefs at all, to connect with us! We'll meet you where you're at, and walk with you as far along this journey as you ask, to help you move towards your best life, however you define it.
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Hope, Help, Healing
Christian Divorce Recovery is here to offer you hope for the future, knowing that as bad as things may seem now, they do get better as you make your way forward in your recovery journey. But everyone's story, steps, and strategies are unique. What works for one person may not always work for another. That's where Custom Coaching Calls comes in, to help you to assess where you are, plan where you want to go, and support you along the way. We're here for you!
We'll partner with you as you work with any of the other professionals you may have chosen to be on your divorce team like your lawyer, financial adviser, therapist, and relator to help you discover and live out the decisions that will be best for you!
Questions about what it means to be "certified" in Divorce Coaching? Check out the Certified Divorce Coach© website (www.certifieddivorcecoach.com). In addition to completing intensive course work, I also maintain requirements through continuing education, and I have access to a robust community of divorce coaches around the world.
The CDC Board of Standards® requires that coaches adhere to the Standard of Ethics and Professional Responsibility.
Divorce Coaching is 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.