Separation & Divorce Coach
In BC, approximately 10,000 marriages end in divorce annually. The current trend in the divorce rate amongst couples aged 45 and older is triple that of several decades ago. Currently, there are different approaches towards resolving family law disputes which are embedded into the Family Law Act in order to encourage non-adversarial processes. According to a study by Payne and Payne (2001), 86% of divorce cases are able to negotiate a settlement. A collaborative process is when lawyers, counsellors and financial planners work as a team to support clients through the legal, financial, emotional and social aspects of divorce. However, in some situations there may not be an option and clients are faced with going to court. During this transition, supporting clients with their emotional and psychological distress is beneficial in order to increase clarity on how to proceed.
Registered Clinical Counsellor
Student Education Coach
Counselling & Coaching Services Inc
The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work is the acclaimed culmination of four decades of the research of Dr. John Gottman, made widely available for couples like you who long for better relationships.
Couples who participate in a Seven Principles Program Coaching can expect to learn:
Bringing Baby Home was developed by Drs. John and Julie Gottman; leading experts in the fields of marriage and early parenting. Unlike many other programs, Bringing Baby Home is based on best practices supported by research findings and has been shown to increase the chances that a couple will successfully navigate this stressful period in their relationship.
Couples who participate in a Bringing Baby Home Coaching can expect to learn: