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New Hampshire Family Law Blog > Why You Need A Coach In Your Collaborative Divorce

October 11, 2013


From Kysa Crusco, Esq.: New Hampshire collaborative practice employs an interdisciplinary model, which is fancy for saying that the professional team includes attorneys, a coach and a financial neutral. When the topic of hiring a coach comes up, I sometimes receive this feedback: Advertisements

Collaborative Law Alliance of New Hampshire > What is a Collaborative Coach?

August 1, 2013


From Loretta L.C. Brady, Ph.D.: Role The coach has the job of observing the process, preparing the parties, choreographing the team, and managing the emotions that arise as a natural part of human conflict. These emotions arise in both the parties themselves and in the team members. Emotional contagion is a highly studied area in […]