Hayley Lisa, The ONLY Female Divorce Coach for Men

Rules of Disengagement:

5 Things You Must Do When Going Through a Divorce and

 5 to Absolutely Avoid

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I have been where you are not just once, but twice. I have experienced many of the fears you have right now, and I am here to tell you I UNDERSTAND. I do not just talk the talk; I’ve walked the walk. I have been an ex-wife, the “new” wife, stepmother, and a divorced mother.

It was during the second divorce that I realized I would put my education, professional experience, and skills to better use and become that well-needed resource exclusively for men. I’ve spent over a decade coaching men, each step of the way of their divorce process.

Having the input, perspective, and strategies from a female point of view, are just a few of the advantages of having a female divorce coach by your side. Over the years, I have become better known as “The Divorce Coach For Men.”

It was in 2014 & 2015 I was honored to have been nominated for the Woman of Influence Award for my work in the community. Having majored in psychology and counseling has given me the tools that are needed to help others and make a difference in their lives. My quest for knowledge did not stop there. For two years I studied and was trained in Nonviolent Communication which is a process of resolving conflict within people and relationships. When finished with my training, I went on to study how to interact with individuals with NPD (Narcissist Personality Disorder), which has been incredibly beneficial to my clients as they endure their divorce process and form co-parenting relationships with their ex-spouses with this personality disorder.

Over 10 years ago I became the ONLY female divorce coach for men which remains still true today. Guiding, supporting, and empowering men as they navigate the emotional rollercoaster the divorce process brings. Whether your divorce is amicable or high-conflict, having a professional by your side who possesses the knowledge, experience, and skill set is priceless.

Divorce Coach vs. Therapist

Are You Treating Your Divorce Attorney or Therapist Like a Divorce Coach?
This mistake will cost you emotionally and financially. Discussing your emotional challenges with your divorce attorney and your divorce logistics with your therapist will drain you and your pocketbook. The truth is your divorce attorney is trained, skilled, and interested in helping you navigate this season inside the courtroom, not outside of it. Your therapist can help you uncover and recover parts of your story.

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