Do you both want to interact respectfully and intentionally with each other through your uncoupling process?
Do you want guidance to process feelings of loss of identity and dreams, grief, anger or uncertainty?
Do you want an objective third party to help you work through unresolved or painful issues?
Are you co-parents who want to transition your relationship into an arrangement that centers your children, e.g., develop clear parenting boundaries, roles and routines, utilize age-appropriate language and develop consistent explanations for your children, create and follow a reasonable parenting schedule, navigate co-parenting and future dating, etc.
Respectfully Transitioning Your Relationship
Respectful Uncoupling is for people who want guidance to respectfully and compassionately navigate their divorce or break-up. They are committed to honoring the relationship that they had – and to transition their connection with mutual respect and kindness. They may want to process any unfinished “emotional business” or resolve painful issues or resentments. They may want to work together to make any necessary decisions to help them each move forward in their lives.
Even if it is bumpy, they are committed to trying to transition their relationship with warmth, honesty, flexibility and openness. They are each invested in an ending process that honors their past relationship and makes space for whatever they are each wanting in the future.
All Are Welcome
I welcome and have decades of experience and expertise in working with adults who are transitioning from poly, open, multi-partnered, monogomous and expansive family configurations.
I work with folks who hold a socially-conscious sensibility, are LGBTQ+ or allies, come from varied race and ethnic backgrounds, and spiritual, agnostic and atheist beliefs and values.
I bring a unique perspective and skillset to the uncoupling coaching that I offer. In addition to my training as a relationship coach and several years of experience, I am also trained in family mediation and co-parenting negotiation. I am committed to providing a balanced, non-judgmental and safe environment for you each to manage this important relationship transition.
See also: Relationship Coaching
To learn about the services offered by Irene, schedule your complimentary 30-minute consultation.
Upcoming Relationship Workshop:
Walker Community United Methodist Church | 3104 16th Avenue South | Minneapolis, MN 55407 | Saturday, December 1, 2018 from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM |