Children & Divorce

S4 E9 Best Practices for Managing a Divorce When Special Needs Kids are Involved

In this final episode for Season 4, Certified Divorce Coach® Mary Ann Hughes shares her insight and expertise on how to best navigate a divorce when there are special needs kids as part of the family system. Mary Ann shares her own experience with parenting her special needs children while going through her divorce and how she turned that experience into a business to help others. Any listeners who [...]

S4 E6 A Family Law Attorney Shares Her Insight on Collaborative Divorce

In this episode, family law attorney Irene King, who started her career in litigation, shares why she has revolutionized her practice to one that focuses exclusively on collaborative divorce. Irene brings a unique perspective to the listener as she shares her personal experience as a divorce attorney who's parents went through a divorce after 45 years of marriage, and how this experience changed her view on how divorce should [...]

By |2022-08-03T21:09:03+00:00August 3rd, 2022|Children & Divorce, Contemplating Divorce, Divorce, Podcast|

ENCORE: Co-Parenting Tips for a High Conflict Divorce

Dr. Tara Egan is a child and adolescent therapist, a parent coach, an author, and the host of a parenting podcast called "One Day You'll Thank Me," which is just beginning its third season. She is the owner of a private practice called Charlotte Parent Coaching, located in Charlotte, NC.  She also offers online resources, bi-monthly free parenting webinars, and public speaking services to parents and educators. In this [...]

S4 E3 Communication Tools that can Transform Your Divorce Experience

In this episode, Sherry chats with fellow CDC Certified Divorce Coach® Andra Davidson about how you communicate with your spouse during the divorce process can have a huge impact on how the process goes for the whole family.  Andra uses her previous experience to help people pre-plan a strategy for communicating so clients can feel more assured that they have a plan for when they feel overwhelmed. Andra Davidson [...]

S4 E2 Helping Your Child Through Divorce Using LUV (Listen, Understand & Validate)

In this episode, Hilda Dumont, LMFT with Apricity Counseling PLLC shares information she has gathered from her years of experience working as an in-home therapist. Hilda has worked with families who are dealing with all types of transition. In her warm, empathetic demeanor Hilda informs the listener on her tips and best practices for helping your child move through the transition of divorce using the LUV technique. Hilda and [...]

S4 E1 Healing from a High Conflict Divorce by Turning Pain into Possibility

In this episode, Sherry chats with Karen McMahon about how to become resilient after a high conflict divorce. Karen  is a Certified Relationship and Divorce Coach and Founder of Journey Beyond Divorce.  She began divorce coaching in 2010 after recognizing that the pain of her divorce led her on a transformational journey into an incredible new life. Karen leads a national team of divorce coaches in supporting men and [...]

S3 E11 Shifting Your Mindset in Order to Co-Parent Better for Your Kids

In this episode, family mediator and coparent coach Denise Banks talks about how shifting your thinking about your relationship with your former spouse can play a role in establishing a  healthy coparenting relationship. Denise Banks-Wilson is a divorce & family mediator and coparent coach. Much to her shock, on the day she completed her divorce mediation certification program, her husband asked for a divorce.  During what became the most [...]

S3 E4 How Time Can Give Perspective on Relationship Patterns After Divorce

In this podcast episode, Sherry chats with therapist and Certified Divorce Coach® Mindy Walder.  Mindy was married to someone closely associated with someone famous and has been divorced for 10-years. She talks about how she can look back and see her codependent patterns early on in her divorce process.  She discusses the importance of clear boundaries in navigating a coparenting relationship with your former spouse, even if the relationship [...]

Stories of Divorce Resiliency: Season 2, Episode 10

In this episode, Sherry has a conversation with Beverly Shoemaker. Beverly shares her inspirational story of resiliency from trauma. After the divorces of her 1st and 2nd marriages, Beverly lost her son in a tragic car accident. This was followed by the suicide of her 3rd husband. After a period of healing, Beverly was able to find lasting love and happiness in her 4th marriage. Beverly discusses how sharing [...]

Stories of Divorce Resiliency: Season 2, Episode 8

In this episode, Sherry chats with Dr. George Bitar with Connect Couple’s Therapy. Dr. Bitar shares his experience  working with couples and helps identify qualities in the couple dynamic that indicate there is hope in the marriage. He talks about the importance of making bids for connection in order to create a stronger emotional connection.  Helpful for anyone who is experiencing marriage ambiguity or wants to marry again and [...]

By |2021-08-30T13:42:31+00:00August 30th, 2021|Children & Divorce, Contemplating Divorce, Divorce, Podcast|
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