Tag Archives: Divorce Coach

Divorce Support Circle Explores New Ways to Find Closure

In the Divorce Support Circle on Tuesday June 13th, 2017, clients were guided through the cathartic experience of a “goodbye jar” activity. Goodbyes are never easy, especially for those who invested years in their marriage. Clients identified things that they have to … Continue reading

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Dr. Leah Nathan Leads Co-Parenting Seminar

On Tuesday, May 23, 2017, Dr. Leah Nathan, CGG’s Divorce Consultant, led a seminar for the firm’s clients about co-parenting through divorce. Dr. Nathan provided strategies for building a successful co-parenting partnership and managing conflict, and also discussed the necessity … Continue reading

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CGG’s Divorce Support Circle

May 9th’s Divorce Support Circle provided a powerful outlet for participating clients to share one of their main stressors, and then receive strategies for how to persevere through his/her challenge. Attendees participated in collaborative problem-solving, left with an “action plan,” … Continue reading

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CGG Hosts Monthly Divorce Support Circle

The post-it note story captures pieces of the emotional journey of some of our clients as they navigate through the divorce process. This collage was created by clients who participated in the Divorce Support Circle on Tuesday April 11, 2017. … Continue reading

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The Naughty or Nice Strategy

The holiday season is fast approaching and kick starts with Thanksgiving this week. As many parents are trying to navigate through the stressful divorce or separation process, the holiday season is further complicated by how to celebrate with the children. … Continue reading

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Surviving Parental Alienation

Surviving Parental Alienation By: Leah Nathan, Ph.D. Parents who fall into the trap of being the “alienated parent” often times do not see it coming. They may even naïvely think, initially, that they are being made into the “bad parent.” … Continue reading

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Divorcing the Quiet Attacks of Passive Aggression

Revenge is sweet for the person with passive aggressive traits who focuses on how to execute their pay back in a subtle way. Passive aggressiveness is often times sugar-coated, and therefore it is harder to detect the underlying anger and … Continue reading

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