Hans Selye once said, "It's not what happens to you that matters, but how you take it." This is no more true than when couples are facing the challenges of divorce. Making a choice to divorce collaboratively is a choice to minimize the stress and trauma of this life event. It is also a choice to maximize the individual interests of each member of the family, making it more likely that each will grow, instead of be wounded by the divorce. As a therapist, Dr. Amstutz has believed that successful therapy requires a shared approach in all phases of therapy, from the setting of specific, measureable goals, to the type and length of treatment. As a divorce coach and child specialist, she has been committed to helping her clients appreciate their unique qualities and develop individual and relationship skills that will empower them to meet the demands of their lives.
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CP Related Training
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