Common divorce coaching questions
What is your fee?
We will discuss fees and review my coaching packages during our complimentary 30-minute introductory call.
Do you work with clients outside of California?
I work with clients throughout the United States and internationally. I have had clients as far away as New Zealand, Turks, and Singapore.
Do you meet with clients in person or virtually?
Do you coach women and men?
Do you coach LGBTQ+ clients?
Is divorce coaching confidential?
Your privacy is very important to me. I will protect the confidentiality of all client information.
Can you provide legal or financial advice?
A divorce coach supports you through the emotional, legal, and financial aspects of a divorce but is not an attorney, CPA, or licensed therapist. I will coach you through the divorce process, help you stay organized and focused, and assist you in overcoming obstacles enabling you to make better decisions.
There is no getting around it. Even when “amicable,” divorce is a challenging process to go through. I have experienced it personally, and it doesn’t just end when the papers are signed. When going through a difficult time, we could all use support and guidance as we go down a new, unknown path. As a divorce coach, my job is to help women and men overcome obstacles, gain confidence, and find their inner strength. My goal is to help you find your best self while going through life’s greatest challenges. Wouldn’t it be amazing to come out the other side feeling empowered, able to achieve your goals, and create a happy new chapter in your life?
I offer coaching virtually worldwide and in person in the San Francisco Bay Area. I embrace differences in age, race, ethnicity, culture, gender, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, socioeconomic status, and physical abilities.
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