DIVORCE COACHING FAQ's
Divorce coaching is a process that provides you assistance in untangling your relationship/marriage focusing on your future and becoming the best version of self. It is a transformational process.
A coach –
- empowers you;
- provides you with clarity;
- motivates you;
- guides you and walks the separation pathway with you. Think of you coach like your separation roadmap;
- supports you to understand the family law system;
- works with you to become more self aware to enable better decision making;
It depends. The right divorce coach will help you gain clarity. With clarity of thought you can make better decisions. Better decision and well thought our decisions often save you money.
No but a divorce team is helpful. A well organised client, who has a clear pathway, is a better client for your lawyer. If you rely on your lawyer to be your coach or your divorce support, you will spend a lot of money on unnecessary legal fees. Let your lawyer be the lawyer and your coach be your support.
This is totally dependant upon your needs. There is no cookie cutter approach and our coaching sessions are tailored to meet you where you are at and to support you. In our experience, we suggest a minimum of 6 sessions.
Yes, absolutely. We can help you with getting organised before separation; with scripting the difficult conversation with your ex; preparing you for your lawyer or to obtain legal advice. There are many ways we can help you prior to your separation.
Divorce coaching is unregulated in Australia. Nikki Parkinson will be your divorce coach. She has spent 25 years working in the family law system. She has assisted thousands of men and women through the process of divorce and separation. She is a Parents Under Pressure Therapist, trained in the New Ways for Families program through the High Conflict Institute USA, a Parenting Coordinator. Nikki has also experienced her own high conflict divorce. She brings with her a wealth of both personal practical experience to her coaching practice.