Shaping Change: How to Help Clients Actively Shape Live During and After Divorce

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Recorded On: 10/09/2020

You and your clients do not have to settle for common. You can help them use stress to enhance their capacity and in turn, yours. The process for shaping change is not magic or medication, it is based on science and the real-life reality that each client is an individual. Divorce will still be a tough life event for most clients, but you can create an easier, less tense, experience for clients to make their best choices and shape the post-divorce life they want.
Take-aways from this session:
1. New view of the human side of change especially when faced with a loss.

2. Three habits that elevate your human skills resulting in deeper personal connections, as well as more efficient meetings and decisions.

3. Three tools to enhance client’s confidence, attention span and ability to see a wide range of possibilities.

Approved for one (1) hour of CDFA Continuing Education credit. 

Susan Bradley

CFP®, CeFT®

Susan is the founder of the Sudden Money® Institute, which develops processes and tools for the personal side of money and for clients going through transitions. The group created the Certified Financial Transitionist® (CeFT®) designation, and a division for training and certification called the Financial Transitionist® Institute. Susan speaks frequently in the US as well as internationally, and is the author of Sudden Money: Managing a Financial Windfall (Wiley 2000). Susan has served as a member of the FPA’s National Board of Directors, as well as on the National Football League’s Players Association's Financial Education Advisory Board.

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Shaping Change: How to help clients actively shape life during and after divorce.
10/09/2020 at 1:00 PM (EDT)   |  60 minutes
10/09/2020 at 1:00 PM (EDT)   |  60 minutes Divorce is one of life’s big disruptors, it can bring a tidal wave of changes. The common to view of change is it is stressful, and stress dilutes memory, decision making capacity, and problem-solving abilities. It is also common for client to have regrets, large and small, once the dust has settled and they begin to live their new reality post-divorce. You and your clients do not have to settle for common. You can help them use stress to enhance their capacity and in turn, yours. The process for shaping change is not magic or medication, it is based on science and the real-life reality that each client is an individual. Divorce will still be a tough life event for most clients, but you can create an easier, less tense, experience for clients to make their best choices and shape the post-divorce life they want. Take-aways from this session: 1. New view of the human side of change especially when faced with a loss. 2. Three habits that elevate your human skills resulting in deeper personal connections, as well as more efficient meetings and decisions. 3. Three tools to enhance client’s confidence, attention span and ability to see a wide range of possibilities.
Certificate
1.00 CE credit  |  Certificate available
1.00 CE credit  |  Certificate available