Divorce Coaches

The term “coach” is in vogue these days. And to be truthful, the quality of coaching can vary widely.  At their best, a divorce coach can provide meaningful and money-saving support. They can help you sort out your values, needs, and priorities so you can maintain a focused direction during the divorce process, which can reduce the number of expensive hours needed with your attorney and financial experts.  They can offer support in finding and preparing the documents you need for important meetings, and help you to clarify your objectives before going into difficult negotiations.  In addition, a  good coach will often have a strong roster of connections who are experts in divorce law, finance, real estate, property insurance, and health insurance. Note that a divorce coach may or may not receive referral fees from the experts they recommend, which is a question you should ask up front.

The following are coaches we know and like. Note that some work by phone, while others meet with clients in their offices, or even at the client’s home.

Lauren Behrman, PhD

Lauren Behrman, PhD
Clinical psychologist with child, family and adolescent postdoctoral training, family mediator, collaborative child specialist, neutral process facilitator and divorce coach, parent coordinator, and high conflict co-parent counselor.

Manhattan:
441 West End Avenue
New York, NY 10024
646.344.4214

White Plains:
333 Westchester Avenue
Suite E 106- Family Institute of Westchester
White Plains, New York 10604
914.288.8428
laurenbehrman@gmail.com

Karen Bigman

Karen Bigman
The Divorcierge
646-612-7800
Contact

Laura Bonarrigo
Karen McMahon

Karen McMahon
Journey Beyond Divorce
Contact

Liza Caldwell

Liza Caldwell
SAS For Women
917-485-1323
Contact

Susan Ingram

Mediation & Coaching
320 Central Park West
New York, NY 10025
212.496.0172
“I can recommend Susan Ingram without hesitation. She’s an attorney who specialized in divorce mediation. She’s exceptional and you will be in very good hands.”