Meet the Coach.
Kay Curtis Certified Leadership and Development Coach – Specializing in Divorce Issues
After 20 years of marriage I was facing an unexpected divorce. I had sensed my marriage had issues that needed to be addressed and I was committed to taking action. The divorce blindsided me; I could not believe my family was being torn apart.
My family life was over. However, the unanswered questions I had been afraid to ask because of the potential answers would eventually be answered.
My biggest fear was being alone without any support. Telling my children then age 16 and 25 of the decision to get a divorce was the absolute worst day of my life because I did not have any answers to their many questions. I had no idea why my marriage had fallen apart.
I assumed my divorce would be amicable and would take about a year to complete. I was wrong. I found myself caught up in a five-year battle; in one of the most volatile divorces and in the end with outrageous legal bills.
During the divorce process I confided in friends and received some needed support. I also knew that I was going to take care of myself and set out a new career path. I decided to take a Coaching Course at the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (IPEC). I thought this program would be a complement to my previous career as a Registered Nurse and would launch my new life as a health and wellness Coach. I felt I could use my skills to help clients get through the difficulty of life and manage stress.
It was there I found the nonjudgmental safe haven needed to explore the tremendous loss, pain and suffering which occurs with the end of a marriage. I was able to move forward and to realize the gift that I had received with this divorce opportunity. I could now move forward to create a new life for myself that was uniquely mine.
My coaches truly helped me with the emotional turmoil, dealing with the sense of loss, co- parenting, my children’s feelings of abandonment and the plan to execute my divorce with dignity. I was able to keep my emotion of the divorce in check and re-frame the journey. Getting divorced was my job. A partnership was being dissolved, no emotional attachment required.
I will navigate you through this process with all the lessons learnt from going through the divorce journey myself. As a Divorce Coach I will provide my clients with a safe way to handle the frustration of dealing with a difficult ex- spouse in a nonjudgmental way, I can help you deal with your emotions. I can help you identify your needs; formulate goals and a plan to move forward in your new life.
As a Certified Divorce Coach, I’ll provide you with the structure and resources you need to gain a sense of control and confidence. These supports will allow you to move through the divorce process efficiently, less expensively, and with your credibility intact.
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