Posts Tagged ‘divorce’
Divorce: Collaborative Divorce vs Court Venue
There are two commonly used forums for divorce: collaborative law, and civil law. Collaborative law allows each party to hire a lawyer and meet peacefully with the other party to make decisions about joint assets, while the other turns all decision making over to the court. A simple comparison of the two models should make…Read More
Divorce: The Affect on a Child
Children can be seriously affected by divorce. It is up to parents to protect their children from the effects of their separation, as much as they possibly can. Understanding how divorce affects children, and what can be done to protect them, should be at the center of every divorce proceeding where children are involved. Effects…Read More
Faith-Based Therapy: Does it Really Make a Difference?
Faith-Based Therapy Patients often ask me about the benefits that faith-based therapy offers over traditional therapy. Ultimately, the answer comes comes down to the individual, and how much faith factors into their daily lives. As therapists, we see many people seek our services because of some external circumstance, i.e., behavior of themselves or someone they…Read More