Post Divorce Recovery

Divorce often causes emotional trauma. Post divorce counseling can help heal the emotional wounds caused by divorce. Establishing short term and long term goals, where together we can explore new expectations to be fulfilled and effectively work towards real closure. With the help of third and neutral perspective, I help bring in clarity to the old relationship by clearly defining the mistakes each party has made, and where actions and reactions may have caused emotional traumas, deepening the damage to the relationship and yourself. As a licensed professional counselor, I offer divorce therapy in Houston to help you heal and move on with your life.

Recovering From Divorce With Counseling

I define your treatment path in divorce therapy after patiently listening and carefully understanding the problems facing you post divorce. You can establish new horizons for the next chapter of your life, while balancing and weighing the emotions at stake. Your therapy plan helps bring forth needed transparency and also helps you realize any attachments that may still exist among you and your ex. Doing the right thing for yourself and your family, and making the right decisions moving forward is important. Not only for your post divorce life, but for your personal growth as well.

Post Divorce Counseling In Houston

If you are looking for therapy for love addiction in Houston that will help put you on the path to a healthy and happy relationship,  contact Renee Ledermann, Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in Houston Texas.

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