Have you already decided to end your marriage with as little collateral damage as possible?
You have a long history together, so maybe you don’t know how to move forward. You may not have even decided for sure if you want a divorce; perhaps you just want someone objective to support you through this difficult decision. Divorce counseling could be the answer.
What happens next? Our lives are so entangled, how do we do this?
If you’re worried about how to move forward while considering divorce, or through the painful process of divorce, our experienced divorce counselors can guide you. There are so many details to keep in mind, and thinking you need to do it all on your own can easily feel overwhelming. You may be worried how the kids will handle this, how to manage your time with them, and how to figure out who will keep what. Correctly navigating all the decisions needed at this critical juncture will set you and your family on a more stable, positive path in the future.
Expert divorce counseling now can save you time and money down the road.
Our counselors have guided couples through this before, so they can clarify the decisions you and your spouse need to make in order to come to an agreement. Talk with your counselor to create a mutually agreed upon plan so that your whole family can move on peacefully.
Reasons why others have chosen counseling:
- Feeling down, depressed, or hopeless
- Having anxiety that is getting in the way of work, school, or social life
- Difficulty managing substance use
- Individuals wanting to improve significant relationships
- Couples wanting to reconnect and reduce conflict
- Coping with the thoughts and feelings associated with grief or loss
- Managing the emotional stress of being a caregiver
- Managing the complex feelings of having a chronic illness
- Coping with the lingering effects that a trauma has had on your life
- Managing life after a divorce
- Coping with a change that has left an impact on your life
- Having mood swings or behaviors that have interfered with success at work, school, or in significant relationships