Divorce is often a drawn-out, emotional process that can leave us feeling hopeless and lonely. Not only has your heart been broken, but now learning to navigate your new life can be an even more daunting, intimidating task. Factor that in with shared children and the process gets even more difficult. With 40 to 50% of marriages in the United States ending in divorce, it’s about time we begin talking about divorce recovery.
The stigma around divorce is often negative, and many people just want to leave their split behind them. But when wounds haven’t healed, there can be some emotions left unprocessed. Although we don’t want to admit it to ourselves, these unprocessed emotions can hold us back and prevent us from growing and redeveloping our own unique identity. Not to mention, when you share children, you may need to regularly interact with your ex. This can cause unnecessary conflict and potentially impact your kids. Through divorce recovery you can learn to take charge of your future and regain your independence.
Yes, divorce is painful, but recovery is hopeful. Divorce is complicated. Regardless of whether you wanted the divorce, feelings of loss, loneliness, and heartbreak emerge. Sometimes these feelings can stick around for months and negative thought patterns can develop. These thought patterns can impact your mental health and increase feelings of self-doubt.
Divorce recovery counseling helps individuals define boundaries, find empowerment, work through feelings, navigate single life, and rediscover you. You don’t have to go through this process alone. Seek hope and clarity through divorce recovery – where your voice is heard, and we discover the tools to help you rebuild a happy and healthy life that’s right for you.
Together we will work to turn this hardship into a new beginning. Whether you need help navigating co-parenting or are struggling with finding your own happiness, I can help you focus on your strengths, develop a deeper understanding of your own wants and needs, and overcome the emotional challenges experienced before, during, and after divorce.
During your therapy session, we’ll explore evidence-based therapies such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, Insight Oriented Therapy, and Person-Centered Therapy. Just like no two people are alike, there are also no two marriages that are alike. Each therapy session is uniquely catered to meet your needs as we develop tools and techniques that best suit your situation. My passion is helping individuals craft a life where they excel in all areas. Regardless of what your marriage was like or how long you were married, my therapy services are designed to help individuals unlock their potential and lead lives of contentment and fulfillment.