We help couples end their relationship in a compassionate and collaborative manner. We coach individuals in how to effectively and efficiently manage the divorce process.
East Brunswick, NJ (PRWEB) November 01, 2013
David C. Barry is an experienced attorney, mediator, social worker, educator and now a CDC Certified Divorce Coach®. He brings this unique multidisciplinary background to help individuals reclaim their power and purpose before, during and after divorce. And he helps them to regain control over their lives and to redefine their future while saving time and money in the divorce process.
Smarter Divorce Coaching and Mediation is a nation-wide practice with a northeastern U.S. focus. Headquartered in East Brunswick, Smarter Divorce Inc. is New Jersey's premiere provider of divorce mediation, divorce coaching and divorce consultation services. According to Barry, “We help couples end their relationship in a compassionate and collaborative manner. We coach individuals in how to effectively and efficiently manage the divorce process.”
Barry goes on to explain, “If you have a spouse that won’t participate in mediation, but you still want the constructive, family-centered approach it offers; or perhaps you just want a professional to provide you with the perspective and feedback that your therapist or attorney doesn’t provide, we offer our Divorce Coaching Services. We work with our coaching clients on a one-to-one basis to provide them with information, strategies and support for divorce and related relationship issues.”
Barry's practice, Smarter Divorce Coaching & Mediation, offers unique services which save time, save money, and helps clients regain control over their lives and to redefine their future. One of the unique services offered is to help an individual establish Pre-Divorce Ground Rules. Barry expands on this concept: “Just as you created and lived by certain rules, spoken or unspoken, while you were married (e.g., no company on weeknights, the rent gets paid before we spend money on entertainment, etc.). You did so because they were essential to having a relationship that worked. Divorcing couples likewise need to agree upon rules to help them have a relationship that works while they are in the process of divorcing. Often these have to do with relationships with the children, domestic arrangements, and financial matters. Once you’ve identified the “ground rules” you think are important, discuss them with your spouse.”
To take advantage of the unique services offered by David C. Barry, attorney, mediator and CDC Certified Divorce Coach®, visit the Contact Us page on his website and complete the form for a no obligation consultation.
CDC College for Divorce Coaching® and Divorce Coaching, Inc., a Florida Corporation provides CDC Certified Divorce Coach® training and certification for those engaged in the profession of divorce coaching. Approved as a Continuing Coach Education Provider through the International Coach Federation (ICF), the CDC Certified Divorce Coach® Program maintains the standards of the ICF and additional professional standards developed through the CDC® Board of Standards®. For more information, visit http://www.certifieddivorcecoach.com.