If you are familiar with professional coaching services of any kind, you may know that these resources are generally for one party who is in conflict, undergoing a life change, or needs advice. Divorce coaching is no different. Divorce is widely known to be one of the most difficult transitions in life and finding various resources that can provide you with the support that you need is a crucial part of navigating the process. Divorce coaching, communication coaching and co-parenting coaching are services offered by the staff at AMS Mediation to provide you with the personal and individualized support that you need, when you need it.
Role Of A Divorce Coach
As a divorce coach, we will help you navigate the divorce process, with special attention paid to helping you with the emotional aspects of this change including how to process the grief you may be feeling. In addition, we can give you specific information about the divorce process, answer questions that you have about general issues such as division of property, assets and debts and calculations related to child and/or spousal support. Your divorce coach will only be working with you (not with your ex), so will work to build trust and be available to help you with the unique issues and concerns that you identify. You can focus on things like communication strategies, negotiation techniques, setting appropriate boundaries, co-parenting issues, and how to protect your kids from the conflict between you and your spouse and how to prepare for the mediation process.
One of the most important things to know about a divorce coach is that helping you is their primary goal. They are not neutral like your mediator. So, you can confide in your coach and trust them. You have someone with experience in this area on your side. Amber Serwat of AMS Mediation enjoys the role of a divorce coach and brings her personal experience with a difficult divorce along with her mediation skills and training in Minnesota divorce law to help her coaching clients through this difficult and stressful process. As a result of working with a divorce coach, you can reduce your stress, begin to look forward toward your future and feel confident in your decisions throughout the process.
Divorce Coaching Services In Minnesota
If you would like to learn more about divorce coaching, communication coaching or co-parenting coaching, give the staff at AMS Mediation a call at 962-252-1492 to schedule a free consultation.