I BelieveYou have heard, the Devil is in the details. Well, we believe what Gloria Steinem recently said, "The Goddess is in your connections."
About Liza Caldwell & Kimberly Mishkin
Educators and Divorce Recovery Coaches, Liza Caldwell and Kimberly Mishkin provide divorce support and coaching for women who are considering, in the process of, or recovering from divorce. Since 2012, we have helped women come to terms with questions such as how to prepare for divorce in practical and emotional ways, what are the effects of divorce on children, and how to deal with life after divorce. Our mission is to provide women comprehensive support as they navigate and grow from the process of change and major-life challenges.
Right now, you are probably struggling ... You might be feeling hopeless ... or hopeful. Maybe you feel guilty, or “crazy." Maybe you are so confused or angry or overwhelmed that you can't feel anything but numb. Or friend, are you still in love?
If you connect with us, you will learn and come to understand where you are on this emotional journey and also the things that must be done. The things that must be done so you care for yourself and also forgive yourself. You will learn what to expect and how best be prepared. For wherever you are -- no matter the gritty details, nor how lost or bereft you feel -- there is a path.
SAS helps you tackle everything: the legal, the financial, the logistical, and the emotional tests and threats you face today and tomorrow, so eventually, you can get on with living. So eventually, you can and will discover your best life. We help you learn ...
- What you can do IF you are miserable and ways to handle anger
- If you should (or should not) divorce
- If the kids will be all right?
- How to understand your finances so you control them and take a hold of your future
- The difference between a mediator and a lawyer (and the questions you should ask the latter)
- How to evaluate your nest and staying in it; can you stay put or must you move?
- When the time is to consider a restraining order
- What is the best parenting plan and how to co-parent "amicably"?
- How to prepare and go back to work full-time
- Ways to understand and steps to take to ensure your full Divorce Recovery
- Ways to communicate with your child’s teachers about what’s going on
- How to get back in touch with your real SELF and what really matters -- so you can and will begin to live again
We work with women across the country, and increasingly across the globe. We educate you on the black and white particulars of your situation and coach you through the upside-downs so you begin the most important and empowering process ... that is how to heal and get back in touch with you and your confidence.
A client describes our work:
"The process of going through a separation or divorce is so complex from all aspects: psychologically, financially, logistically, the impact on kids and so much more. I had gone to many therapists, done meditation and tried many things to keep the peace and perspective to make the right decision for myself and for my family. It is a very hard process and SAS was able to take me on what I can call a “journey” that was finally not cyclical but clearly one that helped me decide the next steps I had to take in my life, in my marriage, in my career, with my friends (or “tribe” as Liza describes it) and with my kids and finally move on. SAS helps you look at your complete inner and outer life so that your choices are connected to the things that are truly important. You need someone who can listen, guide you and remind you where you were and where you should go based on clear choices you make together. SAS also has a practical way to introduce you to other people who can help you throughout the process (i.e., financial advisors, lawyers, people who can help your children and so on). I have recommended SAS for Women and would again because what they were able to do for me was life changing. I am not through the process yet but I am amazed at the clarity and strength I have thanks to this process." ~ A.L.
To read more on what women like you have to say about our work and how their lives have been changed, for the better, visit our praise page.
Or to do more, and figure out your next step, visit our education-rich website and join our discreet community: receive our FREE six-month, weekly newsletter, SAS Day Break. We are Liza and Kim, the Cofounders of SAS for Women, and we welcome you when you are ready