Accelerate Your Healing with a Divorce Coach With Wendy Sterling
Most women realize that the right team can help us move through the divorce process more quickly and easily.
But what if you’ve already got a therapist and supportive friends and family—and you still feel stuck?
Wendy Sterling is a top divorce recovery coach and healer, life transition specialist and creator of The Divorce Rehab program. She also serves as host of The Divorced Woman’s Guide podcast.
Wendy helps newly divorced women who are having trouble moving forward find joy, self-worth and freedom, and her work has been featured on NBC, The List and Thrive Global, among many other media outlets.
On this episode of Divorce Dialogues, Wendy joins Katherine to explain what differentiates a divorce coach from a therapist and describe how she helps divorced women identify what we want and build a vision for the future.
Wendy discusses what a divorce coach can do that friends and family cannot and walks us through the five steps of her signature Divorce Rehab program.
Listen in for Wendy’s insight on giving your children the tools to respond to questions about your divorce and learn how investing in a divorce coach can help YOU accelerate the healing process.
What differentiates a divorce coach from a therapist
How a divorce coach helps you focus on where you want to go based on where you are today
How building the right support team accelerates your healing
Why so many divorcing women don’t know what they want and how Wendy coaches them into a
vision for the future
What a divorce coach can do that friends and family cannot
Wendy’s 5-step Divorce Rehab program
The spiritual aspect of Wendy’s Divorce Rehab program
Giving your children the tools to respond to questions about your divorce
Why Wendy suggests inviting kids to therapy to process their parents’ divorce
What Wendy would do differently in her own divorce
Connect With Wendy Sterling
Divorce Rehab with Wendy Sterling
The Divorced Woman’s Guide Podcast
Connect With Katherine Miller
The Center for Understanding Conflict
The New Yorker’s Guide to Collaborative Divorce by Katherine Miller
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