Divorce Therapists in Oreland, PA

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Amy Wallwork
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified Verified
2 Endorsed
Oreland, PA 19075
If you've decided to look for better ways to take care of yourself or boost a relationship, finding the right therapist is a great start. I offer a calm, safe place for people to begin making sense of their most confusing, distressing difficulties. Usually these include parenting struggles, conflict with loved ones, traumatic experiences, and self-defeating behavior patterns. I'm a sensitive, knowledgeable and insightful supporter who can help you gain the understanding you need to define your best path toward healthier relationships and a happier you.
If you've decided to look for better ways to take care of yourself or boost a relationship, finding the right therapist is a great start. I offer a calm, safe place for people to begin making sense of their most confusing, distressing difficulties. Usually these include parenting struggles, conflict with loved ones, traumatic experiences, and self-defeating behavior patterns. I'm a sensitive, knowledgeable and insightful supporter who can help you gain the understanding you need to define your best path toward healthier relationships and a happier you.
(267) 625-6403 View (267) 625-6403
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Mark Bur
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified Verified
Oreland, PA 19075
Psychotherapy is a powerful process through which we can learn about the ways we attempt to manage difficult circumstances, feelings, and conflicts through the lens of our experiences and relationships both past and present. Therapy is an opportunity for individuals to develop their own understanding of how they came to be who they are- and why. This often provides valuable information about how we might meet present day challenges across the broad demands of everyday life. Therapy can be very effective for most people, and I make every effort to create a welcoming and collaborative environment.
Psychotherapy is a powerful process through which we can learn about the ways we attempt to manage difficult circumstances, feelings, and conflicts through the lens of our experiences and relationships both past and present. Therapy is an opportunity for individuals to develop their own understanding of how they came to be who they are- and why. This often provides valuable information about how we might meet present day challenges across the broad demands of everyday life. Therapy can be very effective for most people, and I make every effort to create a welcoming and collaborative environment.
(267) 629-5535 View (267) 629-5535
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Hsin-Hua (Cathy) Lee
Psychologist, PhD
Verified Verified
2 Endorsed
Oreland, PA 19075  (Online Only)
I am a licensed, bilingual (Mandarin) psychologist who specializes in treating anxiety mood disorders, relationship/life transition problems, acculturation/racial identity related issues among adolescents, college-aged youth (especially international students), young adults, couples, and Asian-American families. Additionally, I am proficient in career counseling. I have 15+ years of experience in providing multiculturally sensitive and evidence-based treatments.
I am a licensed, bilingual (Mandarin) psychologist who specializes in treating anxiety mood disorders, relationship/life transition problems, acculturation/racial identity related issues among adolescents, college-aged youth (especially international students), young adults, couples, and Asian-American families. Additionally, I am proficient in career counseling. I have 15+ years of experience in providing multiculturally sensitive and evidence-based treatments.
(215) 458-2727 View (215) 458-2727
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Rhoda Fuchs-Morton
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, CAC, LPC
Verified Verified
Oreland, PA 19075
I have been providing mental health care since 1989 in both inpatient and outpatient settings, treating individuals, couples and families for a variety of mental health problems. My professional training and background is as a Marriage and Family Therapist, a Certified Addictions Counselor and Licensed Professional Counselor. I also have a strong background in Alternative Holistic Healing Therapies from mind/body practices,energy psychology, body-based therapies, holistic health and spiritual practices. As a therapist I use a variety of therapeutic approaches and am able to integrate psychotherapy with alternative healing modalities to support psychological growth in the best way possible for each individual's particular needs (see fuchsmortonholistic.com). I believe it's important to find the "right/best" fit between client and therapist. The following are some of my specializations: individual therapy integrating holistic therapies, eating disorders, depression, anxiety, addictions recovery, couples counseling, adolescence and families, compulsive eating and obesity, spiritual development, children of narcissistic parents, menopausal change, chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia.
I have been providing mental health care since 1989 in both inpatient and outpatient settings, treating individuals, couples and families for a variety of mental health problems. My professional training and background is as a Marriage and Family Therapist, a Certified Addictions Counselor and Licensed Professional Counselor. I also have a strong background in Alternative Holistic Healing Therapies from mind/body practices,energy psychology, body-based therapies, holistic health and spiritual practices. As a therapist I use a variety of therapeutic approaches and am able to integrate psychotherapy with alternative healing modalities to support psychological growth in the best way possible for each individual's particular needs (see fuchsmortonholistic.com). I believe it's important to find the "right/best" fit between client and therapist. The following are some of my specializations: individual therapy integrating holistic therapies, eating disorders, depression, anxiety, addictions recovery, couples counseling, adolescence and families, compulsive eating and obesity, spiritual development, children of narcissistic parents, menopausal change, chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia.
(609) 849-3184 View (609) 849-3184
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Jonathan A Moselle
Psychologist, PhD
Verified Verified
Oreland, PA 19075
People enter psychotherapy because they have a problem in living that they have been unable to solve. They have frequently exhausted the resources of friends and family and are unclear about how best to move their lives forward. My clinical experience over many years has taught me that focusing on the current version of the problems and exploring solutions that are meaningful and real is the way to move beyond where one is psychologically blocked. The goal is to reduce if not eliminate distress and to reach a better understanding of the ways in which such problems can be solved.
People enter psychotherapy because they have a problem in living that they have been unable to solve. They have frequently exhausted the resources of friends and family and are unclear about how best to move their lives forward. My clinical experience over many years has taught me that focusing on the current version of the problems and exploring solutions that are meaningful and real is the way to move beyond where one is psychologically blocked. The goal is to reduce if not eliminate distress and to reach a better understanding of the ways in which such problems can be solved.
(215) 995-4074 View (215) 995-4074

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Chloe Haaz
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified Verified
7 Endorsed
Fort Washington, PA 19034
You are a concerned parent going through a major change like a divorce. It wasn't part of the plan, but you also believe it's a necessary step. You’re ambitious and competent and used to handling everything on your own. Sure, you do get some help here and there, but mentally you keep it all together. Lately you’re finding yourself overthinking, stuck, and unsure of yourself. You’re revisiting memories of a relationship that has ended and trying your best to navigate co-parenting. To the outside world you have friends, family and a busy professional and/or parental life, but on the inside you’re feeling overwhelmed and isolated.
You are a concerned parent going through a major change like a divorce. It wasn't part of the plan, but you also believe it's a necessary step. You’re ambitious and competent and used to handling everything on your own. Sure, you do get some help here and there, but mentally you keep it all together. Lately you’re finding yourself overthinking, stuck, and unsure of yourself. You’re revisiting memories of a relationship that has ended and trying your best to navigate co-parenting. To the outside world you have friends, family and a busy professional and/or parental life, but on the inside you’re feeling overwhelmed and isolated.
(484) 859-9293 View (484) 859-9293
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Katowitz Jeff
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified Verified
Fort Washington, PA 19034
trauma, loss, separation, divorce).
My ideal clients are those who are experiencing difficulties with blended family issues, adolescent development, trauma, grief and loss, separation and divorce. My role as a therapist is to facilitate a process of healing by partnering with each client. I believe it is essential to listen carefully to an individual, couple or family and develop a partnership that combines my training and experience as a practitioner with each persons unique capacity for healing and growth. Most importantly, the objective of intervention and caring is promoting the family's ability to support the passions and interests that exist in each individual.
trauma, loss, separation, divorce).
My ideal clients are those who are experiencing difficulties with blended family issues, adolescent development, trauma, grief and loss, separation and divorce. My role as a therapist is to facilitate a process of healing by partnering with each client. I believe it is essential to listen carefully to an individual, couple or family and develop a partnership that combines my training and experience as a practitioner with each persons unique capacity for healing and growth. Most importantly, the objective of intervention and caring is promoting the family's ability to support the passions and interests that exist in each individual.
(215) 977-4832 View (215) 977-4832
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Alyson Nerenberg Psychology Associates, PC
Psychologist, PsyD, CSAT
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Philadelphia, PA 19118
Dr.Alyson Nerenberg, a clinical psychologist is a compassionate and dynamic therapist with over 30 years in practice. She works with relationship issues, anxiety, depression, divorce, addictions and eating disorders. Dr. Nerenberg integrates philosophies from the medical, psychological and self-help communities in order to treat the whole person. She is a positive person who focuses on her clients strengths in order to help them heal.
Dr.Alyson Nerenberg, a clinical psychologist is a compassionate and dynamic therapist with over 30 years in practice. She works with relationship issues, anxiety, depression, divorce, addictions and eating disorders. Dr. Nerenberg integrates philosophies from the medical, psychological and self-help communities in order to treat the whole person. She is a positive person who focuses on her clients strengths in order to help them heal.
(610) 331-7303 View (610) 331-7303
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Kim Wilson
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Fort Washington, PA 19034
My areas of expertise also include substance abuse, divorce, postpartum depression, emotionally focused therapy, motivational interviewing, and mental health within grade schools.
Thank you for your interest in my psychotherapy services. My practice focuses on helping families, couples and individuals to improve inter-personal relationships, connection, communication and moods related to those relationships. I am successful in assisting clients with gaining insight that helps them cope with life transitions, creating healthy boundaries and experiencing satisfying relationships.
My areas of expertise also include substance abuse, divorce, postpartum depression, emotionally focused therapy, motivational interviewing, and mental health within grade schools.
Thank you for your interest in my psychotherapy services. My practice focuses on helping families, couples and individuals to improve inter-personal relationships, connection, communication and moods related to those relationships. I am successful in assisting clients with gaining insight that helps them cope with life transitions, creating healthy boundaries and experiencing satisfying relationships.
(215) 559-9647 View (215) 559-9647
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Michael R. Bridges
Psychologist, PhD
Verified Verified
6 Endorsed
Flourtown, PA 19031
Not accepting new clients
Bridges has presented at both national and international conferences on topics as diverse as the treatment and assessment of severe personality disorders to the subtle emotional expressions that predict marital discord and divorce.
Dr. Michael R. Bridges is a licensed psychologist and former associate professor & director of psychological services at Temple University. He was also an assistant professor & director of an inpatient Dialectical Behavior Unit at UNC-Chapel Hill & an adjunct professor in Family & Couples Therapy at Jefferson University. He has done research & published in professional journals on how people resolve painful issues in therapy related to attachment injuries in their past such as betrayals in relationships and childhood trauma. He is sought out by other psychotherapists for supervision and consultation. He is also the therapist that other therapists turn to for therapy.
Bridges has presented at both national and international conferences on topics as diverse as the treatment and assessment of severe personality disorders to the subtle emotional expressions that predict marital discord and divorce.
Dr. Michael R. Bridges is a licensed psychologist and former associate professor & director of psychological services at Temple University. He was also an assistant professor & director of an inpatient Dialectical Behavior Unit at UNC-Chapel Hill & an adjunct professor in Family & Couples Therapy at Jefferson University. He has done research & published in professional journals on how people resolve painful issues in therapy related to attachment injuries in their past such as betrayals in relationships and childhood trauma. He is sought out by other psychotherapists for supervision and consultation. He is also the therapist that other therapists turn to for therapy.
(215) 515-4475 View (215) 515-4475
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Emily Clark
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified Verified
Wyndmoor, PA 19038
Self esteem, anxiety, depression, separation/divorce, and women's issues including relief from pms, and menopausal symptoms.
My clients describe me as warm, compassionate and supportive. Our first steps will be creating a space where you feel safe. The therapy process is then guided by your needs and preferences. Together we will explore the issues that have brought you to therapy. Difficulties in life are normal. You are not alone. And you will have me by your side as we figure out what feels right for you, and what are the best ways for you to achieve your goals.
Self esteem, anxiety, depression, separation/divorce, and women's issues including relief from pms, and menopausal symptoms.
My clients describe me as warm, compassionate and supportive. Our first steps will be creating a space where you feel safe. The therapy process is then guided by your needs and preferences. Together we will explore the issues that have brought you to therapy. Difficulties in life are normal. You are not alone. And you will have me by your side as we figure out what feels right for you, and what are the best ways for you to achieve your goals.
(267) 619-7391 View (267) 619-7391
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Robert Staples
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified Verified
2 Endorsed
Wyndmoor, PA 19038
Not accepting new clients
I am experienced in treating ADHD, High Functioning ASD (Asperger's disorder) and separation/divorce issues and I enjoy working with couples.
In my 45 years of post-doctoral experience I've learned to draw from psychodynamic, family systems, and cognitive behavioral approaches so that I can be most effective. My thinking has always been integrative and that has prevented me from taking a "one size fits all" approach to therapy. Over the years it has become clear to me that there are two essential ingredients in helping people change; establishing a strong, real working alliance built on mutual trust, and altering the person's perceptions of themselves and the world around them.
I am experienced in treating ADHD, High Functioning ASD (Asperger's disorder) and separation/divorce issues and I enjoy working with couples.
In my 45 years of post-doctoral experience I've learned to draw from psychodynamic, family systems, and cognitive behavioral approaches so that I can be most effective. My thinking has always been integrative and that has prevented me from taking a "one size fits all" approach to therapy. Over the years it has become clear to me that there are two essential ingredients in helping people change; establishing a strong, real working alliance built on mutual trust, and altering the person's perceptions of themselves and the world around them.
(215) 559-9765 x17 View (215) 559-9765 x17
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Council for Relationships
Marriage & Family Therapist, LCSW, LMFT, CST, AAMFT-A, Supervi
Verified Verified
2 Endorsed
Philadelphia, PA 19118
Passionate about the benefits of positive attachment as demonstrated in Emotionally-Focused Therapy and is skilled in helping adults repair and enhance their relationships, separation/divorce and co-parenting, infidelity/affairs, and mind-body oriented approaches to healing attachment injuries and trauma.
Lucy S. Raizman, MSW, LCSW. LMFT, is a licensed Clinical Social Worker and Marriage and Family Therapist and AASECT-certified Sex Therapist for the Council for Relationships, a well-respected not-for-profit counseling organization that offers expertise in individual and couple relationship and intimacy issues and offers a sliding fee scale. I am a therapist with more than 20+ years of experience working with individuals and couples in the suburban offices of Blue Bell, Pa. Montgomery County outside Philadelphia, Pa.
Passionate about the benefits of positive attachment as demonstrated in Emotionally-Focused Therapy and is skilled in helping adults repair and enhance their relationships, separation/divorce and co-parenting, infidelity/affairs, and mind-body oriented approaches to healing attachment injuries and trauma.
Lucy S. Raizman, MSW, LCSW. LMFT, is a licensed Clinical Social Worker and Marriage and Family Therapist and AASECT-certified Sex Therapist for the Council for Relationships, a well-respected not-for-profit counseling organization that offers expertise in individual and couple relationship and intimacy issues and offers a sliding fee scale. I am a therapist with more than 20+ years of experience working with individuals and couples in the suburban offices of Blue Bell, Pa. Montgomery County outside Philadelphia, Pa.
(267) 999-9977 View (267) 999-9977
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Patty Davis
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified Verified
Wyndmoor, PA 19038
Not accepting new clients
My specialty is working with people who are trying to cope with a life transition- relocation, divorce, grief/loss, relationship changes, chronic illness, underemployment, loss of job or any life change that causes stress and emotional turmoil.
I strongly believe we are all capable of change and work with people who want to make positive change in their lives but are unsure about where to start. Therapy sessions help those dealing with depression, anxiety, divorce, chronic illness, relationship issues, grief/loss to improve coping skills, to take better care of themselves, and to reduce stress. I am a clinical social worker with over 25 yrs. experience doing therapy with adults, couples and groups. My office is conveniently located near public transportation and street parking is available.
My specialty is working with people who are trying to cope with a life transition- relocation, divorce, grief/loss, relationship changes, chronic illness, underemployment, loss of job or any life change that causes stress and emotional turmoil.
I strongly believe we are all capable of change and work with people who want to make positive change in their lives but are unsure about where to start. Therapy sessions help those dealing with depression, anxiety, divorce, chronic illness, relationship issues, grief/loss to improve coping skills, to take better care of themselves, and to reduce stress. I am a clinical social worker with over 25 yrs. experience doing therapy with adults, couples and groups. My office is conveniently located near public transportation and street parking is available.
(215) 391-1781 View (215) 391-1781
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Mary Schaefer
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CCTP
Verified Verified
Fort Washington, PA 19034
Life can present many challenges: anxiety, depression, complex decisions, parenting issues, navigating college life, relationship difficulties. trauma, grief, and life transitions. Financial and work life challenges, family transitions, divorce and separation, adoption, senior issues, health challenges, caregiving responsibilities, and social skills and emotional intelligence coaching are areas that can benefit from support. Through collaboration, in a strength based, trauma informed and supportive setting, navigating these growth opportunities can become more manageable.
Life can present many challenges: anxiety, depression, complex decisions, parenting issues, navigating college life, relationship difficulties. trauma, grief, and life transitions. Financial and work life challenges, family transitions, divorce and separation, adoption, senior issues, health challenges, caregiving responsibilities, and social skills and emotional intelligence coaching are areas that can benefit from support. Through collaboration, in a strength based, trauma informed and supportive setting, navigating these growth opportunities can become more manageable.
(215) 631-8357 View (215) 631-8357
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Susan Rachel Span
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LSW
Verified Verified
Fort Washington, PA 19034  (Online Only)
Having worked in hospitals, schools, private practice, and a residential, I have acquired a great deal of experience working with children/adolescents with depression, anxiety, divorce, gender identity and eating disorders.
With almost 20 years of experience in the field, what I bring to my clients is a warm, unique ability to support them, and hear them in a way that helps them to heal. I believe the relationship that a client has with the therapist is essential to make change, and I pride myself on the positive connections I have with children, adolescents and adults.
Having worked in hospitals, schools, private practice, and a residential, I have acquired a great deal of experience working with children/adolescents with depression, anxiety, divorce, gender identity and eating disorders.
With almost 20 years of experience in the field, what I bring to my clients is a warm, unique ability to support them, and hear them in a way that helps them to heal. I believe the relationship that a client has with the therapist is essential to make change, and I pride myself on the positive connections I have with children, adolescents and adults.
(267) 843-8031 View (267) 843-8031
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Elizabeth Anne Butler
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Erdenheim, PA 19038
I also help families who are experiencing issues brought on by divorce and caring for family members with illness and issues related to aging.
When working with my clients, I address problems related to difficult life transitions, anxiety, depression, self esteem, relationships, career, and parenting effectiveness. My clients and I work together to form useful, hands-on strategies. My goals are that clients feel better sooner than later so they can enjoy a higher quality of life.
I also help families who are experiencing issues brought on by divorce and caring for family members with illness and issues related to aging.
When working with my clients, I address problems related to difficult life transitions, anxiety, depression, self esteem, relationships, career, and parenting effectiveness. My clients and I work together to form useful, hands-on strategies. My goals are that clients feel better sooner than later so they can enjoy a higher quality of life.
(215) 977-4668 View (215) 977-4668
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James K Joseph
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, DSW, MSEd
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Philadelphia, PA 19118
My experience working with students and families across numerous domains including: private practice, education, foster care, divorce and custody mediation, and academia, over the past twenty years, has helped me develop an approach to working with clients that is oriented around strengthening the client to better manage their unique environment.
I work with individuals, families and couples to help them find ways to better manage their mental health and improve their awareness of its impact on their daily functioning. I work with individuals, couples, and families
My experience working with students and families across numerous domains including: private practice, education, foster care, divorce and custody mediation, and academia, over the past twenty years, has helped me develop an approach to working with clients that is oriented around strengthening the client to better manage their unique environment.
I work with individuals, families and couples to help them find ways to better manage their mental health and improve their awareness of its impact on their daily functioning. I work with individuals, couples, and families
(267) 244-9537 View (267) 244-9537
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Elizabeth White
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Erdenheim, PA 19038
People seek therapy for many different reasons. It’s not unusual for the main theme to be having discontent with daily life struggles. Our work together will center on your reasons for inquiring about therapy and I will tailor sessions in response to your therapeutic thoughts and goals. We will work collaboratively to uncover what may be getting in the way of your experiencing life with more enjoyment.
People seek therapy for many different reasons. It’s not unusual for the main theme to be having discontent with daily life struggles. Our work together will center on your reasons for inquiring about therapy and I will tailor sessions in response to your therapeutic thoughts and goals. We will work collaboratively to uncover what may be getting in the way of your experiencing life with more enjoyment.
(267) 609-4524 View (267) 609-4524
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Richard Bergman Ph.d.
Psychologist, PhD
Verified Verified
Wyndmoor, PA 19038
As a licensed psychologist, I work with adults, teens (16 and older) and couples. I am here to help with anxiety, depression, trauma and PTSD, relationship issues, life transitions and more. Through respect, understanding, honesty and a touch of humor, therapy becomes a safe place to ease distress and accomplish goals. As we work together, therapy can help with easing symptoms, healing and recovery, improving life satisfaction, relationships and well being. I incorporate the wisdom and tools from various psychotherapy approaches.
As a licensed psychologist, I work with adults, teens (16 and older) and couples. I am here to help with anxiety, depression, trauma and PTSD, relationship issues, life transitions and more. Through respect, understanding, honesty and a touch of humor, therapy becomes a safe place to ease distress and accomplish goals. As we work together, therapy can help with easing symptoms, healing and recovery, improving life satisfaction, relationships and well being. I incorporate the wisdom and tools from various psychotherapy approaches.
(215) 618-9234 View (215) 618-9234

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Divorce Therapists

How does therapy for people affected by a divorce work?

Individuals may feel a number of emotions following a divorce, such as shock, guilt, grief, anger, and fear. Therapists offer a non-judgmental space for individuals to talk about what they’ve experienced and process their emotions. Therapists will help clients develop coping strategies. They can also help a client rebuild their sense of self and self-worth and talk about what a happier future might look like.

What’s the most common type of therapy following a divorce?

There are several types of therapy that may be useful for divorce, including cognitive behavioral, acceptance and commitment, solution-focused brief, and mindfulness-based therapies. Many therapy types are talk-therapy based, which is typically the most popular option for individuals dealing with divorce. Cognitive behavioral therapy is a widely-used talk therapy, however, there’s no specific therapy type that’s designed to help people with divorce, and different types will work depending on the person.

When should an individual seek help due to a divorce?

When the feelings of a divorced individual, or an individual going through the process of divorce, begin to disrupt healthy daily functioning, it may be a good time to look into therapy. If a person finds that they are not performing at work due to problems with anxiety or motivation, if they’re no longer seeing friends due to feelings of shame, or if they’re not properly taking care of themselves as a result of depression, speaking to a professional could help.

How do you encourage someone to go to therapy due to a divorce?

It’s helpful to express concern and love for the individual while framing therapy as a tool for improving their life. Sharing how the individual appears to be suffering, and what effects it has on them or on their children, should be done with compassion and empathy. It may be useful to devise a game plan—breaking the process down into parts, such as finding a therapist, making appointments, and looking into insurance coverage.