Do I Need a Divorce Therapist?

""divorce is so much more than just a legal process"

I bet you're thinking, why do I need a divorce therapist?

Maybe you're wondering if you should or shouldn't Divorce? Maybe
you're stuck on the how's. How do I do this? How do I move on? How do I cope afterwards? Or, maybe you're already separated but stuck in the grieving process and no matter what you do you just can't seem to get past it.

It's okay I understand.

Divorce is now commonly known as life's second most traumatic event, the first being the death of a loved one. Puts it in perspective doesn't it. Divorce is a painful process; it consumes you both emotionally and physically. Some days you will feel like there is nothing left. You feel black and blue on the inside.

The Top 5 Reasons for working with a Divorce Therapist

There are many reasons people choose to work with me, but the the top 5 most common are:​​

1. Unsure if they want a Divorce and need help considering their options​
2. Going through a high conflict Divorce and finding it hard to cope​
3. Struggling to help their children deal with it and minimise the impact it is having on their lives​
4. Unable to move on, feel heart broken and want to get better​
5. Confused by all the legal jargon and overwhelmed with the paperwork​

There are many other reasons to work with me. These vary from coping strategies to deal with the emotional trauma brought on by your separation or divorce right through to dating advice. You might know that you're ready to start dating again but don't know where to start. ​
This is my specialism - this is what I do.

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    • "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".   
      Sue F
    • "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".  
      Katie P
    • "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".      
      Mike B