Divorce and Breakup Support
Suddenly, you find yourself crying out of nowhere when a memory hits you. Or replaying conversations and moments in your head, wondering where you went wrong.
Or maybe you’re relieved it’s finally over, which then leads you to start feeling guilty.
You’re not really sure where to turn for help. Maybe you’ve considered talking to someone at your church, but the stigma of divorce is so palpable that you fear being judged or pressured to “work things out.”
You wonder how your divorce is going to impact your children. You don’t want them to be caught in the middle, but you know they already are in so many ways.
You feel like you’re on this constant emotional rollercoaster and you can’t get off. Sometimes you feel so angry that you scare yourself. Other times, you just feel empty. Some of your divorced friends or coworkers have tried to reassure you that it will get better, but you’re not sure you believe them.
You didn’t prepare for this on your wedding day…
The process of separation and divorce can feel so isolating. Your friends try to be supportive, but you often feel like a burden. Sometimes you get the sense that they feel sorry for you, which only makes you feel worse.
How does it work?
First, you’ll schedule your 10-minute phone consultation so that I can answer any questions you may have about counseling. If you decide to move forward, then you can schedule your intake session with me over the phone or online.
Prior to your first appointment, you’ll receive a link to your own customized client portal.
There, you can complete all of your intake paperwork at your leisure from the comfort of your own home. There’s no need to arrive early to your first appointment, as I will already have had the chance to review your paperwork and learn about your unique situation.
The intake session is 1 hour, and we’ll use our time to make sure we’re the right fit.
We’ll talk a little bit about the challenges that have led you to therapy, as well as the goals that you’d like to achieve. I’ll ask a few questions about what you’ve tried so far, including what things have been helpful and what things have made you feel worse.
I also offer customary care coordination with any other professionals involved in your treatment, whether that’s your primary care physician, OB/GYN, acupuncturist, or anyone else who’s helping you. I like to take a holistic approach so that we can all focus on helping you feel better as soon as possible.
How Often Will I Need To Come?
All of my clients start at a frequency of one session each week, and sessions are 50 minutes long. You may also opt to extend your sessions in 15-minute increments.
How long therapy lasts depends on your goals. Many of my clients choose to come weekly until they begin reaching their goals, at which point we taper sessions down to bi-weekly and then monthly for a short time.
My goal is to help you feel better and get on your way, so therapy does not have to be a long-term commitment. Schedule your free, 10-minute phone consultation and get started today.