Divorce Counseling & Coaching
We offer in-person or online counseling
Looking for online Divorce counseling or coaching services? You’re not alone. If you’re like most couples, the thought of going through a divorce is terrifying. The good news is that there are many resources available to help you through this difficult time, and online divorce counseling and coaching can provide much needed support.
Roy and Amy can help you deal with the emotional stress of a divorce, while providing you with practical tips and advice on how to work through the process. They have helped countless couples through their divorces, and they can help you too.
If you’re considering online divorce counseling or coaching, contact Roy and Amy today to learn more about how they can help you through this difficult time. To begin, book a consultation call with us so we can chat and get to better know your circumstances.
What Is Online Divorce Counseling and Coaching?
Online divorce counseling is similar to traditional counseling, but it takes place over the internet instead of in person. You may communicate with your counselor via video chat, phone call, or text chat.
It is a convenient and effective way to receive counseling, and it can be a great option for couples who are dealing with the stress of a divorce.
The Benefits to Online Divorce Counseling
- It’s effective. Divorce counseling is an effective way to work through the thought of divorce and explore all possibilities.
- It’s private. Having someone to talk to who isn’t in your close inner circle of friends or family provides you an opportunity to share your thoughts with a counselor who can give you unbiased, honest feedback.
- It’s convenient and accessible. You can schedule sessions around your busy schedule. If in-person sessions aren’t your thing, you choose to meet virtually over Zoom from the comfort of your own home.
Tips To Help Prepare
If you’re seeking online divorce counseling, there are a few things to keep in mind. First, it’s important to find a counselor who you feel comfortable with and trust. This is especially important if you’re dealing with sensitive topics, such as infidelity or abuse. It’s also important to be prepared to discuss your divorce openly and honestly. This can be a difficult topic to talk about, but it’s important to be open and honest with your counselor in order to get the most out of counseling.
You're not alone.
If you’re going through a divorce, this time can be difficult and overwhelming, but we’re here to help. We understand what you’re going through, having gone through divorces ourselves. We’re in our 2nd marriage, and living incredibly happy lives. Our goal is to help you through your divorce so that you can find happiness in your life as well.
Learn about our story here.
ARE YOU READY TO GET THE SUPPORT YOU NEED?