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Exclusive Services

I offer a wide variety of services for Individuals and Couples experiencing difficulties in their relationship(s). My speciality is helping couples to consider reconciliation before choosing to separate or divorce. However, I also offer coaching in other related areas. Please take a look at all of my services to see which one is a good fit for you and let me help you transition through this difficult life change to a place where you can find peace again! 

Services For Concerned Parents and The Children of Divorce 

Coaching for our Children needs to come first! We need to make sure they are ok.  This is my niche! I am a child of divorce. I divorced when my children were pre-teens and remarried when our children were teenagers and young adults. I am intimately aware of the needs of all children experiencing the life change of their parents divorce. 


If you think your child is going to be happier after you divorce, you are wrong.  I am sorry to tell you that, but it is true.  The only way you can minimize the collateral damage your divorce is going to have on your child's well being and happiness, is to coparent with your former spouse. 

Coparenting is the single most important skill you can learn to ensure that the effects of your divorce on your children is significantly minimized.  

In fact, parents that can coparent are helping their child to be happy despite the divorce! 

Sad on Couch

You never thought it could happen to you, but it has. And you are too ashamed to tell anyone. You feel blame, guilt, sadness, fear, despair, anger, emptiness, rage, and a loss of hope. It isn't natural for a parent to lose a relationship with one or more of their children.


It is possible to reconcile and reunify with them. And when it seems like it is taking too long, there is a way to find peace while you are waiting.  For my story, click here.

Playing on the Beach

Understanding what is in the best interest of the child is key because it is the standard the Courts use when determining 9f the parent(s) is/are putting the needs of their children ahead of their own. If you end up in Court, you will want to know all of this before you get there. It helps your credibility as a parent when negotiating what is best for your child.  

I have a degree in Psychology and I have a keen understanding of child development and their needs at each age level. The children of divorce are important to me and I can help you determine what is best for them. 

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