How A Therapist Can Help You Work Toward A New Life After A Divorce
Studies prove that the stress levels experienced during a divorce are similar to the emotional toll of losing a loved one. These stressors can be crushing if not dealt with.
If our clients cannot find a healthy way to heal from the emotional scars of divorce, the extremely high level of stress can linger for a lifetime.
But there is hope and emotional relief!
When a couple chooses the collaborative divorce process, they have access to mental health experts – therapists, child specialists and divorce coaches.
These professionals play an integral part in allowing your family to heal and move forward once the divorce is finalized. Here is how a therapist can help:
- Allows you to speak your heart without judgment
- Teaches stress-reducing techniques – mindfulness, journaling, etc
- Helps you to reframe your mindset of yourself, your spouse, and your current challenges
- Encourages you to create goals for your post-divorce lifestyle
- Makes sense of the divorce and develops a new healthy perspective
- Creates healthy boundaries for you to work on
When you feel the emotional strain divorce often brings, you must find a way to express your feelings in a safe environment.
Mental health counselors can share with you various resources that can help families heal their emotional pains and move forward in a healthy manner that is helpful to keep your family intact long after your divorce is finalized.
Our mental health professionals are available to assist both you and your spouse in overcoming obstacles that stand in reaching an agreeable solution.
Family Divorce Solutions is comprised of well-respected, experienced and trained attorneys, mental health professionals, financial professionals, and child specialists who work as a team to reach a complete and satisfactory resolution for everyone involved.
Contact us today to see how we can help you keep your family’s emotional wellbeing intact during and after your divorce proceedings.
Note: This information is general in nature and should not be construed as legal/financial/tax/or mental health advice. You should work with your attorney, financial, mental health or tax professional to determine what will work best for your situation.
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