Frequently Asked Questions about Bay Area Divorce Coach

 

How does Divorce Coaching work?

Coaches work one on one with clients usually once a week, more or less, depending on your need. We will either meet face to face or have telephone sessions. The average length of a coaching relationship is approximately 6 months.

 

What does Coaching do that an Attorney or Therapist does not do?

Divorce Coaching is a cost saving approach to the basic elements of every divorce. With a time specific and goal oriented approach to help clients break down the hurdles that may be in the way of achieving their goals, Divorce Coaches keep you on task, to the point and without the expense (In money or time) that is wasted with the traditional approach of a law office.

 

How do I know if I am ready for coaching?

If you are thinking about getting a divorce, you are ready for Bay Area Divorce Coach! Coaching works best when you are ahead of the process of the divorce, when you can focus on your needs and goals prior to, during and then after the divorce is over. When you realize that you are ready to help yourself but not sure what to do next, you are ready for coaching.

 

How do I get started?

When you call we will schedule an initial session to discuss your current situation, then set some easy goals and begin to create an plan to move forward.

 

How do you charge for your services?

We charge by the hour, with a discount for retainers over 10 hours. Sessions typically last an hour or as long as you desire. You may pay with Credit Card (Visa, Mastercard) Personal checks, and Paypal.