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What is Holistic Divorce Coaching?


Divorce is an emotionally taxing experience that can be overwhelming, and often leaves individuals feeling lost and unsure of how to move forward. This is where holistic divorce coaching comes in to offer support and guidance.


Holistic divorce coaching takes a comprehensive approach to the process, addressing not only the legal and financial aspects but also the emotional, mental, and spiritual elements of the experience.


By focusing on the person as a whole, rather than just the legal process of divorce, holistic divorce coaching aims to provide individuals with the tools and resources they need to move forward positively in their lives.


One of the primary benefits of holistic divorce coaching is that it can help clients navigate the process of divorce more easily. A holistic divorce coach can provide guidance on the legal and financial aspects of the process, as well as offer emotional support and practical advice on how to manage day-to-day issues that arise during this time.


Another significant benefit of holistic divorce coaching is that it can help clients maintain a sense of balance and perspective during what can be a very challenging time. A holistic divorce coach can help clients identify their core values and priorities, and work with them to create a plan for moving forward that is aligned with those values.

From an educational standpoint, holistic divorce coaching can also provide clients with the knowledge and skills they need to navigate the divorce process more effectively. This might include practical advice on managing finances, co-parenting effectively, or developing healthy coping strategies for dealing with the stress of divorce.


Finally, holistic divorce coaching can also be a valuable resource for those who are looking to rebuild their lives after divorce. This might include guidance on setting goals and creating a vision for the future, as well as support in developing healthy relationships and making positive life changes.


As an experienced divorce lawyer, accredited family mediator and a student of the Holistic Coaching & Mind-Body Practitioner diploma, Sushma is uniquely positioned to offer compassionate and transformative divorce coaching services. She works closely with her clients to help them navigate the challenging process of separation and divorce with grace and resilience.


Through her coaching sessions, Sushma helps her clients to identify their values, goals, and priorities, develop practical strategies for achieving their goals, navigate the emotional challenges of separation and divorce, and build effective communication and negotiation skills to facilitate constructive dialogue with their ex-partner.

She also addresses any personal obstacles or limiting beliefs that may be hindering her clients' progress, creates a clear and compelling vision for their future, and helps them build a support network of friends, family, and professionals to help them achieve their goals.


Whether you are contemplating divorce, in the midst of the process, or looking to rebuild your life after separation, Sushma's holistic divorce coaching services can help you emerge from this challenging time with greater clarity, confidence, and resilience. Her new book "Holistic Divorce: Sh*t Happens, It's How You Deal With It That Counts” offers a comprehensive guide to holistic divorce practices and their benefits, which you may find useful.


Some clear action points for prospective holistic divorce coaching clients:

  1. Consider whether holistic divorce coaching is right for you: If you are feeling overwhelmed or uncertain about the divorce process and would like support that addresses the legal, financial, emotional, mental, and spiritual aspects of your experience, then holistic divorce coaching may be the right choice for you.

  2. Research potential coaches: Look for a coach who is experienced in divorce coaching, has appropriate qualifications, and has a coaching style that you feel comfortable with.

  3. Schedule an initial call: Most divorce coaches offer a free initial discovery call. Take advantage of this opportunity to discuss your situation and goals with the coach and to assess whether they are a good fit for you.

  4. Be open and honest: To get the most out of your coaching sessions, it is important to be open and honest with your coach. This means sharing your concerns, goals, and aspirations, as well as any obstacles or challenges you may be facing.

  5. Set realistic goals: Work with your coach to set realistic goals that are aligned with your values and priorities. These might include legal, financial, or personal goals, such as developing a healthy co-parenting relationship or improving your emotional well-being.

  6. Be prepared to do the work: Holistic divorce coaching is a collaborative process. While your coach will provide guidance and support, ultimately, it is up to you to do the work necessary to achieve your goals. This may involve making changes to your behaviour, beliefs, or attitudes.

  7. Commit to the process: Holistic divorce coaching is not a quick fix. It is a process that takes time and effort. Commit to the process and trust that the work you do with your coach will pay off in the long run.

  8. Stay engaged: To get the most out of your coaching experience, it is important to stay engaged and committed to the process. This means attending sessions regularly, completing any homework or exercises assigned by your coach, and communicating openly and honestly with your coach throughout the process.

By following these action points, you can set yourself up for a successful holistic divorce coaching experience that can help you navigate the challenges of divorce with greater clarity, confidence, and resilience.


If you are curious about how Holistic Family Mediation & Coaching can help support you and your family through separation and/or divorce, you may wish to consider our FAQs page for more information and/or book in a Free Discovery Call via our services page.


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