Separation And Divorce Recovery Counseling: What Can I Expect And Will It Benefit Me?by bryanwilliams divorcecoaching Consultant
You may be hearing about "Divorce counseling" right now, but it's a great tool people use to deal with the stressful life-changing events of divorce.
Divorce Counseling Vs. Marriage Counseling Unlike divorce counseling, the goal of marriage counseling or couples counseling is to address marriage problems to improve the relationship.
Pre Divorce Counseling Divorce counseling can sometimes occur in two phases, i.e., pre-divorce and post-divorce counseling.
Post Divorce Counseling post divorce counseling Post-divorce recovery counseling can also be used in addition to pre-divorce counseling.
Signs you may need a divorce counselor include: An uncontrollable anger Feelings of unworthiness Sudden weight loss or weight gain Anxiety or excessive worry Sleeping problems Strong or limited emotions Isolation and social withdrawal Depression Suicidal thoughts A sense of self-loathing Loss of appetite Loss of interest in activities you liked When to Seek a Divorce Counselor? There's no right or wrong time to seek divorce counseling.
Most couples will seek professional divorce counseling when: Communication has totally broken down An affair has occurred Life has changed leaving one spouse feeling excluded The two of you feel you cannot continue leaving together Bitterness and despair have increased What Are The Benefits of Divorce Counseling? Divorce counseling has several benefits.
A divorce counselor can: Help you understand why your relationship ended and how you can prevent such a situation from repeating itself in future Help you through the various emotional stages of divorce Provides an avenue for the family to get counseling and support Teach you divorce coping strategies If you need divorce recovery counseling, find a divorce counselor who can support you and who's best for kids too.
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