Divorce can be a difficult and emotionally challenging experience for both parties involved, as well as for any children involved. People going through divorce may face a range of challenges and struggles, including:
• Emotional distress: Divorce can be a stressful and emotionally challenging experience, and people going through it may experience a range of emotions, including sadness, anger, grief, and guilt. It can be particularly difficult for people who did not want the divorce and may feel a sense of loss and betrayal.
• Financial challenges: Divorce can cause significant financial consequences, especially if one party was financially dependent on the other. It can be difficult for people to adjust to a lower standard of living or to navigate the financial challenges of being on their own.
• Changes in family structure: Divorce can result in changes to the family structure, such as the loss of a parent or the need for one parent to move out of the family home. This can be difficult for children, who may struggle with the changes and may feel a sense of loss or insecurity.
• Impact on relationships: Divorce can affect relationships with friends and family members, as people may need to choose sides or may feel uncomfortable around the parties involved. It can also be difficult for people to navigate new relationships or to rebuild trust after a divorce.
How does therapy work at Knew You Psychotherapy?
At Knew You Psychotherapy, therapy begins with a 20-30 minute consultation call with one of our Intake Coordinators. During the consultation, you and the intake coordinator will have a chance to further discuss what is bringing you to therapy, your therapeutic goals, your therapeutic history, and answer any questions you may have. The intake coordinator will also help determine the therapist that is the best match for you and schedule your first appointment.
The fee for a consultation is $50, and it may be covered by your insurance if it covers out-of-network mental health services.
Therapists at Knew You Psychotherapy have received a variety of trainings in different modalities to meet your needs. We understand that there is no “one-fit-all” approach and for this reason we take pride in being knowledgeable in many different modalities, including EMDR, CBT, DBT, Mindfulness, Behavioral Therapy, CPT, Motivational Interviewing, Person-Centered just to name a few.
Get Started with Therapy Today!
Take the first steps towards moving forward after a divorce. If you're ready to start your journey towards a brighter, more fulfilling future, schedule your consultation today. One of our intake coordinators will reach out to you to schedule your first session and help you take the first steps towards healing from the pain of divorce and building a stronger, more positive future.