Divorce Made Doable, July 2017

Divorce Made Doable, July 2017

taught by Tara Eisenhard

Course description

6 Weeks to Greater Clarity, Confidence, and Control

This course features individual lessons, worksheets and quizzes to offer knowledge and empower you in determining your direction. New material will be made available at the beginning of the week, and lessons can be completed at your own pace.

  • Module 1: Reframing Divorce
  • Module 2: The GOOD Divorceā„¢ Principles
  • Module 3: Dealing with Emotions
  • Module 4: Self Care
  • Module 5: Financial Empowerment
  • Module 6: Evolving Forward, Stepping into Your Next Chapter

In addition to the virtual classroom, you will have access to a private Facebook Group, weekly conference calls (recorded for those who are unable to attend) and two personalized coaching sessions.

This program is limited to a maximum of 10 participants. The first lesson will be available on July 17.

Tara Eisenhard
Tara Eisenhard
Divorce Coach, Author and Mediator

Hi there, I'm Tara! I help struggling singles overcome shame and frustration so they can find peace and create a life they love. I'm a child of divorced parents, an ex-wife, a “next” wife and the previous partner of a divorced dad. Most of my experience has been positive.

When I got divorced in 2006, I realized that I’d been lucky. Most divorces aren’t cooperative processes (like mine was), but instead bloody battles. I wanted to know why. 

What set my experience apart?
And why was divorce so awful for so many people?

I began exploring the topic and developed quite a passion for it. When I learned what was going wrong, I felt determined to help people make it right.

That's why I do what I do.

I work as an author, coach and educator with a passion for healthy and respectful divorces. I'm the author of the book The D-Word: Divorce Through a Child’s Eyes and the blog, Relative Evolutions. You might have also seen my name next to some articles on DivorceForce.com, FamilyAffaires.com, DivorcedMoms.com, MariaShriver.com, The Huffington Post and Stepmom Magazine.

In my community, I volunteer for Junior Achievement and Big Brothers Big Sisters. I'm also a volunteer mediator and board member for Neighborhood Dispute Settlement, and I'm involved with the Pennsylvania Council of Mediators.

On the personal side, I'm a lover of books, yoga, nature, animals, ice cream and naps.

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