Training Designed For You and Your Busy Schedule
You're busy and we know it. Our learning content is delivered via pre-recorded video so you can watch whenever it works for you. Each week's module consists of approximately 90 minutes of training and coaching demos broken into 3-4 lessons so you can spread them throughout your week.
Personal Workbook To Put Learning Into Action
You'll get access to your own personal dashboard. After watching the videos for each weekly training module, you'll complete about 30 minutes of personal reflections or exercises to reinforce what you've just learned. At the end of the program, you can download your workbook to keep as a reference tool.
Live Weekly Q&A Zoom Calls With the Instructors
But I have questions! We hope you do. After you watch the videos and complete the workbook, you'll hop on one of the 90-minute live Zoom calls with the instructors. This is your chance to get answers to all your questions. Calls are held Tues @ 3pm EST, Wed @ 7pm EST and Thurs @ 12pm EST
Designed around 3 core processes based on the principles of Alternative Dispute Resolution
Aligned with the shift toward ADR practices to help families avoid the cost and stress of litigation
Committed to the belief that emotional management and conflict resolution skills can be learned
Dedicated to transforming the experience of divorce and co-parenting for families and children
Focused on the idea that transformation at the individual level is the key to successful outcomes
Concentrated on the development of transformative coaching skills that keep clients goal oriented and solution focused
It's not generic coaching, it's not toxic positivity, and we don't encourage conflict. We believe in people's ability to seek their own peaceful solutions to their disagreements - they just need a little help from you!
Vetted, Professional Mentors
You can trust that you're getting the best. Each DCA™ mentor is an established, successful professional divorce coach who has been hand-picked because of their skill in developing and working with new coaches. They're pros.
Small Group Experience
You'll be matched with1-2 other students and assigned a mentor to work with over a 9-week period. Taking turns acting as the coach, client and observer in mock coaching scenarios gives you the opportunity to put your learning into action.
Practice Means Confidence
It really works! Students tell us time and time again that mentoring made the difference. You'll go from having knowledge to feeling confident you have the skills to work as a professional divorce coach. Your mentor helps you turn practice into practical.
Hi, we're Tracy and Debra, the co-founders of Divorce Coaches Academy™. We are both experienced certified divorce coaches who are actively practicing. We see clients almost every day, so we know exactly what it’s like to do the work we are training you to do.
We are mediators, conflict resolution specialists, professional mentors, authors, podcast hosts, and educators. In addition to divorce coaching, Tracy actively mediates cases in New York and Florida and Debra works as a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst.
We know what clients are seeking, what makes ADR processes effective, and what makes a coaching business successful. We have a vast network of contacts in the divorce professional community and have designed this program to provide you with the tools and skills to become a trusted member of the client’s divorce team.
Want to learn more about us? Visit our private practice websites below.
Tracy's website: mediatingmatters.com
Debra's website: debradoak.com
Instead, we are seeing innovations in Alternative Dispute Resolution continue to emerge to help families navigate the process of divorce in the least adversarial and contentious way. Adding a properly trained ADR Divorce Coach to the ADR process further reduces the emotional and financial strain on divorcing couples.
DCA's ADR Divorce Coach training will position you to be ready to embrace this change and support clients shifting from traditional litigation to kinder ADR processes to resolve their disagreements.