I know how hard divorce can be. I help clients avoid divorce (if possible) by building a better, more understanding relationship.
Relationship coaching isn’t for every couple that’s not getting along. There needs to be commitment – a desire to feel the love and commitment you once felt with your partner.
It’s about understanding your partner, how you communicate with each other, the patterns that have developed over the years (the good and the bad), what makes them feel hurt, resentful or misunderstood, and what makes them feel loved, appreciated and valued (which is what we all want).
I don’t want people to be in a miserable marriage. I help my clients get to a point where they feel good - where they can feel loved and are able to love again.
The two Cs of relationship coaching
Both partners must want things to be better. The instant that one partner checks out, the coaching can’t work. Hopefully you both want to work on making things better. For marriage to work, both people do have to work at it.
Both partners must be completely open and honest about their feelings and desires. It’s not easy, especially when trust has been broken, but is something that is essential to work on together.
I made mistakes. Now, I help others who are going through similar experiences.
I am remarried and understand that marriage takes a lot of communication and a lot of hard work to be successful.
After years as a practicing psychotherapist, I’ve shifted my focus to coaching those going through a divorce and struggling couples who haven’t given up on making it work.
As a coach, I don’t see my clients as having a diagnosis or being sick, but rather as regular people facing a challenging time in their life.
I know that this experience brings out a lot of emotions and oftentimes brings out the worst in people. But it doesn’t have to be so bad.