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An introduction to mediation for divorce coaches

As divorces coaches, you work with separating couples every day. This discussion between accredited mediator Paul Linsell and divorce coach Sara Davidson will help you understand more about the process of family mediation, so you can talk confidently to your clients about it. There will also be an opportunity for Q&A.

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Your speakers
Sara Davison ‘The Divorce Coach’, is a world-renowned authority on breakup, divorce and domestic abuse. A twice bestselling author and podcaster, Sara empowers individuals to take back control of their lives and unlock their full potential. Combining 30 years of coaching experience together with insights from her own marriage breakdown, Sara guides clients through heartbreak, betrayal, conflict, confidence-building, co-parenting, workplace challenges during divorce and dating again. Having pioneered the divorce coaching industry, Sara founded The International Divorce Coach Centre of Excellence, for those interested in becoming a Coach, and has built a coaching community of 500 Divorce Coaches, spanning 24 countries across five continents. Sara recently extended this coaching network to collaborate with HR departments and businesses supporting employees facing divorce or domestic abuse. Sara is an experienced media commentator and motivational speaker in the UK and US and is a regular expert on GB News, Good Morning Britain (ITV1), Talk TV and This Morning (ITV1). Sara is also a contributor for wellness and lifestyle platform, Goop. She also starred as the expert in Heartbreak Hotel, a television show based on her Breakup Recovery Retreats.
Paul Linsell is a partner and head of the family law team at Boyes Turner in Reading. As a mediator, Paul has over ten years of experience, is fully accredited via the Family Mediation Council and is able to practice using a hybrid mediation model. Whether acting as a solicitor or mediator, Paul is known for his pragmatic, constructive and creative approach.