I'm Cath Fisher, Expert Separation
& Divorce Therapist
Hello, welcome and thank you for taking the time to visit my website. I know from my own personal experience, both as a child and as an adult how hard separating and divorcing can be. Chances are you're finding it hard too and that's why you are here. Going through a separation or divorce comes with huge challenges, both in an emotional and a practical sense. It can feel like a whirlwind of overwhelm, heart break and trauma. This is why I am here - to help you get clarity of your situation, take back your control and move on with your life.
Are You Stuck or Struggling to Move On?
I understand - I know how it feels. Despite the trauma of it all, this can actually be amazing opportunity to redesign your life the way YOU want it. Sounds impossible at the moment, I know. But it is not. I am an expert separation and divorce therapeutic coach and I have a toolbox full of strategies and techniques to help you overcome and heal from the inside out. Strategies and techniques that have been designed by some of the world's leading names in neuroscience, trauma healing and heartbreak psychologies.
We won't just talk about your break-up, we deal with your break-up, step by step, day by day.
I will teach you to let go of the overwhelm, let go of the heartbreak and leave your ex behind.
I Can Support You Wherever You Are In Your Divorce Journey
Considering a separation or divorce?
Going through a separation or divorce?
Dealing with the aftermath of a separation or divorce?
- "This was the hardest time I have ever been through in my life. I was emotionally drained and every day was a fight. When I first spoke to Cath I was a wreck but slowly and surely I managed to pick myself up, dust myself off and face the world again. Cath was instrumental in all of that".
- "My break up brought me to my knees, I was broken. I came across Cath on social media and what she spoke about resonated with me. I took up the offer of the 15 minute call and I knew she was for me".
- "I was terrified but knew I had to make that change, it hadn't been right for a few years. It was nice to feel listened to and not judged - that was my biggest fear. I saw Cath every week for a few months to talk through my feelings".