Divorce has a profound impact, whether you were married one year or fifty. When your marriage ends, you lose the person with whom you planned to live your life; the per-son with whom you shared the emotional, physical and financial aspects of your life. You lose your companion, lover and in some cases, co-parent. In addition, divorcing couples face major changes in family structure, relationships, finances, living arrangements, household responsibilities, and more.
Divorce and separation create an acute sense of loss. The person who you came home to each day, talked with about the minor details of life, and with whom you shared your daily routine is now absent.
If you have children, you have lost—to some degree—your co-parent, with whom you shared the day-to-day joys, responsibilities, and challenges of parenting. Each person deals with loss uniquely. Many people expect that dealing with the feeling of loss from a divorce is is something they can “work through” or “get over.” However, the reality of dealing with a significant loss is that it is a chaotic, cyclical process with good days and bad days, or good moments and bad moments. Feelings tend to come in waves—sometimes expected, and sometimes not.
Lisa Lang is a Cognitive Behavioral therapist and life coach that has been in practice for over 30 years. She has worked with adults, adolescents, and children in individual settings and as families and large groups. Lisa H. Lang PhD has all three Texas licenses: LPC, LMFT, and LMSW. She teaches clients Skills so they will be able to communicate effectively, problem-solve, and team play/work using a variety of techniques, including hypnosis. She will help you learn to Focus on the Facts, live in the present moment, resolve issues from your past, and move forward healthily and productively. Adults and children are adept at learning these skills – when they choose. I amend the sessions and homework appropriately for each age group. Please see my website for more information.
Session Format: Couple, Family, IndividualAge
Specialty: Adolescents, Adults, Children, EldersTreatment
Description: Cognitive behavioral therapy places emphasis on the powerful role that our thoughts have over creating our feelings, that lead to our outward behaviors. In other words, my thoughts – lead to my feelings – lead to my behaviors.
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