Attending Post-Divorce Counseling Alone or With Your Partner
Post-Divorce will not last forever.
Post-divorce counseling is a type of therapy that has been designed for couples who have already finalized their divorce process and are ready for the next stage.
Find out which is best.
Some people feel and think that they can never go back to their old happy self after the divorce. Some of these people are those who have experienced abuse, may it be physical or emotional.
About Post-Divorce Counseling
You are no longer husband and wife, but you remain parents, and the people who are most affected with the divorce are your children. Contrary to many opinions, children can still have a whole family, an extended one even if their parents are no longer together as a married couple.
By acknowledging and getting assistance from professionals, you are reducing your chances of getting frustrated over time, plus it will help you face your future with confidence.
- The relationship between these two people who used to be partners. After all the process, anger, and discussions – where do they stand with each other?
- What would be their options when it comes to redefining their relationship and differences, especially when talking about co-parenting and parallel parenting?
- Set proper boundaries for each member of their families. They need to consider that the situation now is different, and when both of them re-marry, they will have blended families. Setting proper expectations, roles, and limitations is essential.
- Be able to have open communication. Like any other therapy programs, post-divorce therapy sessions will also focus on how each individual will address their willingness to open up and to settle past issues.
In research conducted by the American Association of Marriage and Family, more than 97% of surveyed couples said they got the help they needed from couples therapy. In addition, 93% of couples said therapy gave them more effective tools for dealing with conflict.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Do you provide in-person or online counseling?
All counseling sessions are conducted via a secure and easy-to-use telehealth platform (Zoom or Sondermind). I am not providing any in-person counseling.
How many sessions would it take to save my marriage?
Every couple is different.
Do you prescribe medication?
Medication is prescribed by a board-certified doctor. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor.
Why would I want to talk to a therapist?
People usually decide to talk to a therapist when the pain of what they are trying to cope with becomes too overwhelming for them to handle on their own and they recognize they need help.
Do you take Employee Assistance Programs?
I currently receive referrals for ESI, Magellan, Cigna, Wellspring, and Empathia (Life Matters). If your EAP is not listed, please provide contact details and I will register with your EAP.
Do you take insurance and how does that work?
Complete the intake documentation. Provide a copy of the front and back of your insurance card. Once your insurance has been verified, request an appointment.