Divorce Coach, Beth Proudfoot, has joined The Respectful Divorce Podcast to discuss the collaborative divorce method.
The Respectful Divorce Podcast
The Respectful Divorce Podcast discusses the various options for divorce and offers guidance from experts in the field. Clients going through a divorce are also invited to talk about what went well and what didn’t.
Proudfoot, a divorce coach and mental health professional from California, joined The Respectful Divorce Podcast to talk about how she got involved in the collaborative divorce method after going through her own divorce. She says on the podcast that the support provided by collaborative divorce techniques makes them useful for resolving any kind of conflict. She also says that the collaborative divorce process helped her turn from being depressed and worried about the future into being inspired and finding her own voice.
Proudfoot explained that in a collaborative divorce, each party is assisted in finding their voice by a divorce coach and their own attorney. The method you choose will have an impact on the outcome of your divorce, so it’s critical to choose one that works best for your family.
Currently a member of Collaborative Practice California, Collaborative Practice Silicon Valley, and Sacramento Collaborative Practice Group, Proudfoot is a licensed marriage and family therapist. She works as a mediator, communications coach, parenting coach, child specialist, and child specialist in her practice to help families through the divorce process.
Professionals in collaborative divorce from all over California, including Beth Proudfoot, are participating in the second annual Divorce With Respect Week from March 6-10 to promote collaborative divorce as a more effective method of divorce. During Divorce With Respect Week, participants can meet for free with a divorce coach, mental health professional, financial specialist, or attorney to learn more about their options. For a free 30-minute consultation and to locate a participating professional, interested parties should visit divorcewithrespectweek.com.
When two parties collaborate with attorneys, child specialists, mental health professionals, and financial coaches to craft their own divorce agreements, collaborative divorce is a more peaceful method of resolving family law disputes. The couple makes decisions without consulting a judge or any other third party or going to court. Members of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP) support the Collaborative Divorce method, which has been nominated for the 2023 Nobel Peace Prize for transforming the way families resolve conflict.
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