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How we can work together
If you’re considering separation or are in the midst of divorce, whether amicable or litigious, I’m here to help. I offer bespoke divorce coaching and counsel for parents.
Through tailored coaching and consultancy, you can protect your family, safeguard your emotional wellbeing during a time of change and transition, and prepare for your future.
My service is tailored to your needs, which are likely to vary as your separation and divorce journey unfolds. I offer ad hoc sessions (60-90 minutes) or a retainer-based service for clients.
By working with me on retainer you can benefit from two personal coaching sessions each month, plus telephone or e mail support during office hours – so if you have a quick question or an SOS moment I am here to help.
I help clients at all stages of separation and divorce, from planning to tell their spouse of their desire to divorce to navigating the challenges that can crop up while the divorce process is in train, to the months beyond as the ‘new chapter’ of life unfolds.
My coaching and consultancy often focus on high-conflict divorce or coparenting, but coaching services are tailored to you and your unique situation. While we all hope divorce will be amicable, this is not always the case and I am here to help.
With a background in teaching and a strong interest in children and their wellbeing, I am well-qualified to help you keep your children’s needs central to all decisions.
The majority of my clients have a team of professional advisers including lawyers, financial advisers or wealth managers who are increasingly pleased to know their divorce client is benefiting from tailored emotional support.
When working with me, my main focus is your emotional wellbeing. Coaching is the backbone of my work: I want you to have an emotionally stable divorce. After all, you have luxury in other parts of your life: it makes sense to invest in ‘emotional luxury’ during this challenging time. It’s perfectly normal to feel out of your depth which is why having a coach can make a real difference.
As a private client with me on retainer, we’ll have fortnightly coaching sessions on Zoom. In addition, as you will have access to me Monday – Friday during Office Hours (10am – 4pm).
I recognise that your time is in demand and that unexpected things can and do crop up, so aside from fortnightly coaching, I am available to you during ‘crisis moments’. If you require my help outside Office Hours, there will be an additional charge of £250, billable as incurred.
For an additional fee, I can provide in-person support (this is available to both my ad hoc clients or those on retainer). This may include accompanying you to a meeting with your solicitor, Financial Planner or a court attendance, for example.
I work with a small, select group of clients so that you can be sure of my full attention, ensuring you get help and (where possible) answers to questions when you need them.
Should you wish to find out more about working with me, please e mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org or book a clarity call here. I look forward to hearing from you.
I aim to help you you become one of those mums or dads who succeeds in navigating separation and divorce with confidence and positivity.
Working with me can promote better emotional wellbeing (including through less legal friction) and hopefully a sense of calm, confidence and stability for you and your children.
To discuss options for working together, please book a complimentary call today or e mail me at email@example.com I look forward to hearing from you.
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One of the biggest revelations was the fact that Lucy helped us to see things from the children’s perspective. Often we got so caught up in the battles and bitterness that it inevitably rubbed off on the children. Lucy helped my partner to calm down and recommended a number of actions she should take when things go too much.
We can never thank Lucy enough and would not hesitate to recommend her to anyone who finds themselves in a similar position.
If you have Lucy by your side from the beginning you will not only save a fortune on legal fees but you will find someone who will have immense empathy mixed with straight-line talking and composite knowledge.
If you’re getting divorced, I urge you to think ‘coach’ before ‘lawyer’.