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How to Reinvent Your Life Post-Divorce

DDR Post | Life After Divorce

You go through a smorgasbord of emotions during a divorce, including rage, pain, and grief. The thing to remember is that there is still life after that. In this episode, Dr. Elizabeth Cohen shares her own tale of divorce, how she overcame resentment, and the importance of moving at your own speed to process loss. Dr. Cohen has a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Boston University and a recipient of an American Psychological Foundation Research Award. She has experience in treating clients at the Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders and became the Director of the CBT program at Bellevue’s Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic. She uses her expertise to provide a comprehensive and holistic approach to help clients grow and heal using her split-specific counseling program, Afterglow.

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How To Reinvent Your Life Post-Divorce With Dr. Elizabeth Cohen

I line up great guests for all of you and this episode is no exception. Dr. Elizabeth Cohen, received her PhD in clinical psychology from Boston University. As part of her graduate training, she treated clients at the world-renowned Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders in Boston, Massachusetts. Dr. Cohen was the recipient of the prestigious American Psychological Foundation Research Award. Elizabeth did her post-doctorate training at Bellevue Hospital Center at New York University. She was asked to become the Director of the CBT program in the outpatient psychiatry clinic. Dr. Cohen has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, NBC News, Women’s Health, Huffington Post, Thrive Global and Good Housekeeping. Dr. Elizabeth Cohen, how are you?

I’m good. I am happy to be here. I’m excited to be with all of your readers and with you.

I feel like I am good to my readers because I bring on the best guests and they keep getting better and better. I want to tell my readers what is special and unique about you. First of all, we haven’t met in person but I feel like I’ve known you a lifetime because you’re that engaging and I love your energy. What I liked about you is that the program that you offer, you could get it 24/7. I feel like with coaches and therapists, you have to set up an appointment and get a discovery call. You have to make sure if it’s your scheduling and is the right person. With you, you can get your program 24/7 any time you want. Am I right?

That’s right.

Let’s talk about it. What did you have?

First, I want to say that you bring on the best speakers because you are in tune with your audience. It’s because that is the gift of you, that you are such an in-tune person. You give your audience exactly what they need. Thank you on behalf of all of them and me being one of them.

Thank you. Tell me about what you got.

I have a program that combines all of my professional experience and my personal experience of being divorced to help people know and get a life of joy, ease and excitement post-divorce, no matter what your divorce is like. As a therapist, I’ve been doing this work for a long time. I’ve been working with people individually in 45 minutes sessions once a week and I see how people transform. To be perfectly honest, it takes a while and we don’t all have that much time.