New therapy helps patients gain focus after divorce
Divorce is a life transition that can take years, even decades to fully accept. For new divorcees, it can be difficult to learn to live life as a single person, jungle parenting duties, and manage a household without a partner. A new therapy program is designed to help divorcees adjust to life after divorce and to find fulfillment outside of marriage. If you are recently divorced or divorcing in Salt Lake City, Utah, the program offers some insight to get your life back on track.
An intensive workshop in California known as Divorce Detox, is focused on "detoxing the harmful residues of divorce." The program focuses on mindfulness, psycho-education and life-coaching aimed at giving the participants the tools and information they need to heal after divorce.
The company aims to deal with 25 "life challenges" related to divorce, including:
- Fear of being alone
- New relationships
- Physical displacement
- Moving out/relocation
The program offers one-on-one counseling as well as group sessions. The workbook also requires homework assignments to get participants thinking about expectations and life after divorce. It also offers practical suggestions, such as, how to detach from physical belongings that may be associated with your marriage. Participants hope to find a new strength and knowledge to empower them after divorce.
Divorce can impact on your work life, personal life, children and your own mental health. The process of separation, dividing a family income and ending a relationship is a significant challenge, but remember you are not alone. In addition to counseling and social resources, you should also consult with an experienced advocate who can help you protect your legal rights throughout the process.