The Amicable Divorce Expert Podcast

a podcast devoted to amicable divorces

Category: The Emotional Divorce

Men‘s Divorce Fashion with Holly Katz, Stylist

Men need to look and feel good, too, in order to be their best during the riggers of the divorce filing. There is a psychological shift that takes place in us when we take care of ourselves and look our best.

Men‘s Divorce Coach, John Nachlinger, Esq., Mediator

Men have different fears than women in divorce, specifically the loss of their children and the continuing cost of spousal support or alimony, to the extent that their lives may be ruined. John Nachlinger addresses all of their fears and speaks the language of men so that men confidently proceed with divorce with calm confidence and continued responsibility.

The Need for Therapy in Divorce with Pamela Payton, LMFT

Divorce is emotionally difficult, with and without children, but especially tough with children involved. Pamela will share her insights as a marriage and family therapist for the help that a therapist can provide during the divorce process, and share with you a little about her own divorce in which she represented herself in a trial with the largest law firm in Los Angeles representing her husband.

The Good Karma Divorce with Judge Michele F. Lawrence.

Judge Michele will discuss why she wrote the book and how she, as a former Family Law Judge, could see how divorce litigants could have a completely different, and more positive, divorce experience if they could follow another path towards divorce, a path rooted in acceptance, understanding, empathy, compassion, and forgiveness, while using divorce to reframe and change their lives for a better outcome than they could have ever imagined.

Better Apart author Gabrielle Hartley

Gabrielle discusses the purpose for the book, explains her 5 steps to changing your state of being in order to have an amicable divorce, and provides daily exercises to redirect the way you think and how you respond to your spouse in divorce settlement talks and co-parenting.

Men’s Divorce Coach, Noam Raucher

Noam is a Men’s Divorce Coach as a result of going through his own divorce.  Noam also saw the underserved needs of divorcing  dads, as a divorcing dad himself, and wanted to reach out and address those fears and concerns.  And as a Rabbi, Noam started a podcast called The Jewish Divorce Project to specifically discuss the personal and religious issues of Jewish men going through divorce.

Courage and Divorce

Courage and Divorce on Constructive Uncoupling podcast today with The Amicable Divorce Expert and host Judith Weigle. Divorce is one of the most fearful experiences of our lives. It takes courage to discuss divorce, tell our children about the divorce, discuss settlement terms for the divorce, and live as single people again. I will show you how to identify the areas in which we need courage, and the importance of communication with our spouses in order to use divorce as a positive event for a new beginning.

The Divorce Tango with Australian author, Cheryl Duffy

Learn how to gracefully navigate through the divorce filing and settlement with empowering techniques to help you communicate with your spouse to create a successful co-parenting schedule that accommodates small children and teens, rebuild self-worth and self-confidence, and shift to a positive mindset that is future-focused and healthy.

Mindfulness with Joana Pancada, Psychotherapist

Joana will explain Mindfulness and how to practice it.

Mindfulness can alleviate anxiety and fear while opening the door to a less stressful emotional environment from which to make decisions regarding the divorce settlement.

SubTopics discussed will be Expressing Emotions, Balancing Emotions with our Physical Bodies, and Living in the Present Moment as a Way to Heal.