Effective Boundaries:
Helping Clients Avoid Anger, Frustration, and Resentment

If you think boundaries can be violated, then this class is for you!

Whenever we find ourselves feeling resentful, frustrated, angry, or helpless it’s likely that a boundary is missing. And a lack of boundaries leads to a lack of peace. One of the most important gifts you can give your client is the skill of setting effective boundaries that protect them from the harmful or frustrating behavior of others.

The truth is that most of us have been taught the wrong things about boundaries. What has been packaged up as boundaries is really about assertive communication and request for agreement. Both of those rely on the compliance of the other party. And in divorce, we know that there are plenty of times when our client’s “ask” is going to be met with a resounding “NO”. So what then? More anger and frustration? Not if you can help them gain the skills and confidence to set effective boundaries.

Teaching effective boundaries can have a profound impact on your client’s divorce, their co-parenting relationship, their self-esteem, and your bottom line. Join us for this class and learn:

1. What an effective boundary is
2. Why a true boundary can’t be violated
3. How to assist clients in identifying triggers and safety violations
4. Tools and skills to help clients take action to protect themselves
5. Why speaking boundary language in consult calls can increase sales

DCA Founder and Master Educator Tracy Callahan specializes in helping clients take back their power and conserve their emotional energy by setting effective boundaries.

What's Included

Every DCA class includes information you need to hone your coaching skills or grow your practice presented by an industry expert.

  • Watch the recorded version of the live class - same great content!

  • Download handouts and/or instructor slide deck

  • Quiz to check your skills/learning

  • CEU certificate upon completion

Frustrated by the Behavior of Others?

Help your clients set effective boundaries to preserve their emotional energy and have a better divorce.