What is holistic divorce coaching?

Divorce can be an incredibly difficult and challenging time for anyone going through it. Not only is there the emotional turmoil of ending a relationship, but there are also practical considerations such as dividing assets and making arrangements for any children involved. This is where holistic divorce coaching can make a significant difference.

Holistic divorce coaching is a service that offers support and guidance to individuals going through a divorce. It takes a comprehensive approach to the process, addressing not only the legal and financial aspects but also the emotional, mental, and spiritual elements of the experience. By focusing on the person as a whole, rather than just the legal process of divorce, holistic divorce coaching aims to provide individuals with the tools and resources they need to move forward positively in their lives.

One of the primary benefits of holistic divorce coaching is that it can help clients navigate the process of divorce more easily. This can be particularly important for those who are feeling overwhelmed or unsure of how to proceed. A holistic divorce coach can provide guidance on the legal and financial aspects of the process, as well as offer emotional support and practical advice on how to manage day-to-day issues that arise during this time.

Another significant benefit of holistic divorce coaching is that it can help clients maintain a sense of balance and perspective during what can be a very challenging time. A holistic divorce coach can help clients identify their core values and priorities, and work with them to create a plan for moving forward that is aligned with those values. This can help individuals stay focused on what is important to them, rather than getting caught up in the emotions and chaos of the divorce process.

From an educational standpoint, holistic divorce coaching can also provide clients with the knowledge and skills they need to navigate the divorce process more effectively. This might include practical advice on managing finances, co-parenting effectively, or developing healthy coping strategies for dealing with the stress of divorce. By providing this education and support, a holistic divorce coach can empower clients to take control of their lives and move forward positively.

Finally, holistic divorce coaching can also be a valuable resource for those who are looking to rebuild their lives after divorce. This might include guidance on setting goals and creating a vision for the future, as well as support in developing healthy relationships and making positive life changes. By taking a holistic approach to the divorce process, a divorce coach can help clients not just survive their divorce but thrive in the aftermath.

If your clients require coaching, support, and guidance during their divorce, holistic divorce coaching may be the ideal solution for them. This approach takes a comprehensive view of the process, equipping your clients with the necessary tools, resources, and support to navigate this difficult time with success. By providing a clear and calm state of mind and assisting in the management and regulation of emotions and feelings, they will be better equipped to understand the legal advice you provide regarding their rights, responsibilities, and options. Consequently, they will be in a better position to give you clear instructions on how they wish to proceed with the legal aspects of their divorce.

If you and/or your clients are interested in learning more about this approach, be sure to check out my new book “Holistic Divorce: Sh*t happens, it’s how you deal with it that counts” – it provides a comprehensive guide to holistic divorce practices and its benefits.

Sushma Kotecha is an ex-family lawyer, accredited family mediator, holistic divorce coach and the founder of “Holistic Family Mediation & Coaching” – an online private family mediation and coaching service.

She is passionate about people and enjoys being in a profession that allows her to help and support them during one of the most traumatic and difficult periods in their lifetimes.

Sushma welcomes the opportunity of collaborating with other like-minded professionals in the family law arena; she invites you to connect with her via her LinkedIn account.

The views expressed in this article are those of the submitter and not those of Today’s Family Lawyer.

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