Never heard of a divorce coach? Well, you should read this!
Because divorce is more than just a legal process, it’s important to consider whether a divorce coach would help you and your family through this difficult transition. Attached is a helpful document titled “Understanding Divorce Coaching” from the Collaborative Law Institute of Minnesota. It covers topics such as “What is a Divorce Coach?”, “Why Use a Coach?”, “What Can a Coach Do For Me?”, “The Role of a Neutral Coach” and “The Role of an Allied Coach – A Two Coach Model”.
A good way to find a divorce coach in Minnesota is to click on the Collaborative Law Institute of Minnesota link above and then click on “Find a Collaborative Professional”. From there you can use the drop-down menu titled “Find a Professional by Profession” to limit your search to “Psychologial Professional”, which is where the Divorce Coaches are listed. You don’t have to be part of a Collaborative Practice Divorce to use a Divorce Coach, but this is a great resource for those looking for a Divorce Coach whether or not their divorce is going Collaboratively.
Author of this Post: Carl Arnold, Attorney/Mediator