The divorce rate is over 50% for most couples. While that is alarming when we think the good ‘ol days when it has been far less than 10%. And while times have changed, I would venture to say that it is still one of the most difficult transition for a married couple to make. Depending the material assets and the presence of children, the process can be grueling and traumatic to say the least. Now, imagine going through all of this drama with an exquisite therapist, one who works with you, your soon to be Ex, and your children to help your family recover from the entire process and reset your life so that all begin to thrive again.
Divorce and Therapy
Divorce therapy is a mixture of mediation and reconciliation. Mediation because there is conflict; reconciliation because all involved must come to terms with the obvious losses—relationships connections, trust, partnership, finances, social status, etc. Time will heal the wounds but when the wounds are deep time needs the help of good therapy, a form of healing. Now, you decide how much time you have to heal and how quickly you need to mend so that you can reset your life and get on with the business of living.