Divorce Counselling 2017-05-03T21:37:32+00:00

Divorce Counselling

The dissolution of marriage is one of life’s most painful experiences. Divorce counselling can help navigate the turmoil of this transition.

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Demian Brown Toronto Psychotherapist

About the Program

– Deciding whether to stay married or seek a divorce?
– What are reasons for divorce?
– What are effects of divorce and complications?
– What should you expect during divorce?
– How can divorce counselling or divorce therapy help?
Whether you are confused about making a decision to stay married or get divorced, or caught in an unbearable drama over custody issues and estate settlements, the emotional toll is intense. Divorce therapy can help by providing a safe environment to reflect and sort out frightening changes.


normal to feel confusion, guilt, depression, abandonment, a sense of failure and anger during and after separation or divorce. However, you can minimize these through counselling that can help you simplify and prioritize both the process and your emotional responses.

lack of communication, realizing you were married for the wrong reasons/married too young, infidelity, lack of trust and lack of trustworthiness, fights, physical or emotional abuse, drug abuse or alcoholism, parenting differences, cultural or religious differences, and financial problems.

better communication skills, acceptance, boundaries, anger management, accountability, and self-trust. Often divorce counselling means counselling for the issues that contributed or led to the divorce, if the problems were not your spouse’s. Tackling addiction, cheating, anger, or financial mismanagement can help you see your ex-partner’s viewpoint, achieve accountability, seek and find forgiveness from ex-spouse and from self, and feel empowered rather than helpless, in control of your actions. All of this creates much better chances for your future relationships.


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“While in session I think, analyze, feel and assess out-loud with confidence as we go along allowing you to see my skills, my motives and judgements.”