What is a Divorce Therapist?

"a divorce therapist is somebody who becomes
your thinking partner and confidant

I'm often asked "what is a divorce therapist?"

A divorce therapist is a person who gives you practical and emotional support throughout your separation or divorce. They become your sounding board who you express your deepest fears, worries and regrets to.

Therapists are trained to help you answer the questions that prevent you from moving forward from where you are today.

Divorce therapy is a step by step process designed to motivate and guide you through your divorce helping you make the best possible decisions for your future.

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One of the first things we will look at is the immense confusion that you will inevitably be feeling brought on by the shock and stress of your separation or divorce. Depending on where you are in the journey this could be the trauma of the separation itself, the experience of being in the divorce process or the mix of emotions you face after you've signed the divorce papers.

Divorce is stressful, it affects your brain, your body, and your heart. Divorce therapy will help you across every obstacle, every challenge, and every experience. We don't just talk about it, we approach it. What step is it today? What step tomorrow? and so on.

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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