SAS For Women (CPC,MA,Other)
Whether you are struggling in a complicated relationship, separated, or navigating divorce, we know the terrain you face, what you are seeing, and what you are feeling.
You might be a stay at home mom worried about divorce and your kids, a talented professional struggling for balance, or a newly single woman, unclear on how to reinvent your life. What you are feeling ebbs and flows and the emotions are mixed. You feel confused, angry, guilty, sad, as well as excited and hopeful. Or, you might be numb right now, you just want to know what to do next and how to do it.
You are like a lot of women. You are worried about your future and how your actions are affecting others.
We help you understand:
- What you can do if you are miserable in your relationship
- What you need to think about if you are considering divorce
- Understanding the difference between a mediator and a lawyer
- Knowing when you should consider a restraining order
- How to understand your finances
- Ways to co-parent amicably
- How to prepare to go back to work full time
- Ways to communicate with your child’s teachers about what’s going on at home
- How to get back in touch with you and what really matters so you can begin to live again
At SAS ~ Support and Solutions for Women, we offer full and comprehensive, female-centered support. We coach you through the legal process, your financial challenges, and we help you organize and rebuild your life.
We founded SAS to provide women with what we wished we'd had during our own divorces -- someone who had been there, someone to turn to who wouldn't judge us and someone who could guide us. From making all the decisions involved in a divorce to navigating the changes that come with being single again, we provide education, support and a safe place where you can gain control and build your future. We help you strategize so on those mornings when you wake up and feel defeated and it is hard to plant your feet on the floor, you will have a checklist of things you can do that will allow you to breathe more easily. You will stand more firmly. You will take the right, next step, too.
To figure out your next steps, contact us for your 45 minute confidential consultation. It's free. We are Kim and Liza, the founders of SAS, and we welcome you.
The Reason I Became A Helping Professional
We created SAS to be a woman’s ally before, during, and after a separation, reconciliation, and/or divorce. We are not divorce-advocates. But as divorced women -- one happily remarried and the other a mother to two beautiful children -- we’ve been there. We know the power of sharing knowledge, the impact of having support, and we are here to tell you, you don’t have to do this alone. There are steps you can take to lessen the pain and control the fear so you bravely choose the right thing to do for you and your future.
Kimberly Mishkin left an abusive marriage after 13 years. It was a difficult transition but definitely for the best. She is now happily remarried and living in New York City.
Kim holds a BA in Education from Miami University of Ohio, a MS in Science Education from Wright State University, and is licensed in Educational Leadership through The Ohio State University. She is a certified Grief Recovery Specialist® with the Grief Recovery Institute®.
Liza Caldwell is a former SAHM (Stay-at-Home Mom) of sixteen years who loved raising her children from home. But she stayed in a marriage for too long, because she was afraid of what change might mean. Now single after 17 years of marriage, she believes the challenge of divorce was the best thing that ever happened to her.
A summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Fordham University, she holds an MA in education from Columbia University’s Teachers College. She is certified by the International Coach Federation (ICF) and is a professional coach trained in transformational coaching with the faculty of Leadership That Works (LTW).
SAS For Women
SAS For Women
Determined case-by-case, please inquire