Managing Conflict Through Boundaries, Communication and Documentation
As a coach you can offer tools to help clients prepare to protect themselves, communicate more effectively and safely, and provide the documentation their attorney needs to present a strong case. In Part 2 of this series on High-Conflict Divorce, Debra Doak, DCA Master Educator and author of High-Conflict Divorce for Women, will offer:
1. Why boundaries are essential in high-conflict divorce
2. How to effectively communicate with high-conflict people
3. Important safety steps your client must take
4. What to document (and how) to strengthen your client’s case
5. Practical coaching tools that have a big impact
As a divorce coach, you have the unique ability to help your client focus on resolution rather than escalation. As they learn to regulate their emotions, set realistic expectations, and be open to settlement solutions, they can de-escalate conflict as well as protect themselves from the fallout of a high-conflict spouse.
You DO NOT have to attend Part 1 to enroll in Part 2 of this series. They are stand alone units.