I empower people who have lost a spouse or life partner due to divorce or death and are struggling to discover how to be a “me” after being a “we” for so long.
Carrie Doubts supports people who are dealing with difficult relationships, breakups, and divorces to go through the painful, yet necessary steps for rebuilding their lives after their loss. Her passion is helping men and women move beyond the drama and trauma of the ending of a significant relationship and into creating new lives and new dreams for themselves and their families.
One of the most challenging struggles separating and divorcing couples face is finding a way to move from the emotional reactivity that can be so unintentionally destructive and into consciously choosing how to end the partnership in a way that supports everyone involved. Carrie can help with that. Through your coaching adventure, she will take you on a journey of discovery on how to be a “me” after being a “we” for so many years.
Carrie’s journey to do this work began when her marriage of 13 years ended in divorce. Like many of you, she found it difficult to “get over it” and “just move on.” Carrie was in excruciating pain and felt like a complete failure. She also knew that she needed to learn from this experience so that she could avoid repeating the same mistakes in the future. Carrie felt compelled to create something meaningful and beautiful out of this pain, so she immersed herself in self-development and personal growth.
Carrie went back to school and earned a Master of Arts in Spiritual Psychology with an Emphasis in Consciousness, Health, and Healing from the University of Santa Monica. After studying to be a Psychologist (and deciding that this was not the career for her) she earned her professional coaching certification from the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC). She is also a Certified Grief Counselor by the American Academy of Grief Counseling. Carrie holds the Professional Certified Coach (PCC) credential with International Coach Federation (ICF).
As the founder of Life's Next Chapter Coaching, Carrie is dedicated to empowering, guiding, and supporting men and women in making choices throughout the process of completing their relationships that honor their values, their families, and the loving that was once a pivotal part of their lives. The goal is to help you to reconnect with your heart, reclaim your power, and re-align with your purpose to create your life's next chapter.
If you are going through a divorce, you may be experiencing feelings of powerlessness, overwhelm, chaos, confusion, etc. How are you coping with all of this? Take my free “Coping with Your Divorce Assessment” to discover how you are doing in areas like finance, legal process, co-parenting, etc. In 5 minutes, you’ll have a comprehensive report that shows the areas that most need your immediate focus to help you navigate through the divorce process. Click here to take the assessment https://assess.coach/lifesnextchaptercoaching
I believe in the value of service volunteer my time and skills in several capacities: Currently, I am facilitating Implementation Mastery Sessions for the World Business and Executive Coach Summit (WBECS) and I have been facilitating free divorce support groups on a monthly basis for over 3 years. In the past, I provided bereavement outreach to families for Hospice of Cincinnati, taught classes at the Osher Life Long Learning Institute at the University of Cincinnati, and served as a child advocate for the organization Guardian ad Litem.
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