Marriage CounsellingHealing the Rifts of Divorce
Divorce is never easy – emotionally or legally. Divorce is a complex process that carries conflict and uncertainty.
Divorce may prove to be one of the most emotionally disruptive events of anyone’s life, but with the proper help and guidance from qualified psychiatrists, psychologists or counsellors, there is life after divorce.
Divorce: The Stages of Grief
The 5 stages of grief during divorce are often known as:
However emotions can vary based on your circumstances which might involve the division of matrimonial property, historical family conflict, child custody, maintenance (alimony) etc.
Thus, few know what to expect at the beginning of divorce proceedings. Sometimes, our emotions get the better of us and it becomes frustrating and tiring to continue. You simply want to move forward in life, put an end to the episode and obtain a desirable outcome amidst the uncertainties.
Often in divorce proceedings, family judges will order couples to attend marriage counselling before couples can finalize a divorce in Singapore. One such counselling programme is the Mandatory Parenting Programme (MPP), which is a one-off counselling session run by the Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF). If the couple’s children are below 14 years of age, there could be additional measures employed.
The divorce process can be complex and create much emotional turmoil.
If you feel like you need additional support beyond the MSF counselling session, Promises can provide excellent professional help to support you through your divorce. This includes therapy for your children and parental support with the help of our multidisciplinary psychiatric, counselling and psychological services, as you navigate the complicated and painful process of divorce.
Our professional clinicians have years of experience in divorce counselling. They are skilled in providing separate and strictly confidential divorce counselling for all parties, including therapy for your children. Our divorce counselling services will include assessment, diagnosis of root issues, child and parenting support and child supervision during visits. Promises has psychiatric social work professionals in our team to provide child supervision during court approved child access visits.
How can Promises’ marriage and divorce counselling services help you?
We provide professional qualified help in dealing with your emotional and relational issues
Help you find good legal help and advice with support from our Promises forensics teams
We will help you to be better able and ready to find solutions and closure
We will help you to improve communication through the divorce process, including your children
We can help you better understand the psychological aspects behind the disputes and issues
Provide further professional, emotional and psychological help after the closure of the process such as personal counselling and child counselling.
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