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Aside from all the pain you’re in, your friendships all feel different too.

Your best friends aren’t showing up for you in the way you thought they would.

Some people are even being downright weird, and that’s adding layers of confusion and sadness that you could honestly do without right now.

On top of it all, you have so many questions…

  • How do I not screw up my kids as I go through this?
  • How can I maintain a relationship with my ex long-term when I have all these feelings about him now?
  • And how exactly do I process all these feelings when I’m also trying to not lose my shit in front of my kids?
  • How will I be able to rebuild my life when all this is “over”?
  • Will this ever be “over”?
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I’m Kate Anthony, CPCC. I’m a certified life and relationship coach who helps moms navigate their divorce process one step at a time.

I’m also a divorced mom who, against all odds, managed to turn a volatile, often abusive marriage into a wildly successful and collaborative divorce. When I got divorced almost 10 years ago, I was a stay-at-home mom who’d given up a fairly successful career to raise my son. When I finally realized that my marriage truly needed to end in order for my son to be raised in an environment conducive to modeling healthy relationships, I essentially had nothing that was mine.

No money of my own, no career, and (if I’m honest) not much of a self.

A widely respected expert in my field, I’ve helped countless women—through my writing, coaching, and podcasting—do divorce differently, break destructive relationship patterns, and rebuild their lives from scratch.

One thing I hear over and over again from my clients, subscribers, and followers is that they wish they had a community of women who really understood what they were going through, in real time. There’s so much to process all at once and it can be overwhelming—and isolating.


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Divorce Unbroken is...

...a place to gather in community.

...a place to get answers to difficult questions.

...a place to safely grieve and share some of your most intimate fears.

All guided, and led by an expert in the field, who’s had real life experience with all that you’re going through now.

Divorce Unbroken will meet twice a month for two hours, and will be available in person in North East Los Angeles. 

Divorce Unbroken will be limited to 12 women in order to create authentic community, and lasting intimacy.



When is it?

Tuesday evenings from 7pm - 9pm

July 17 + 31
August 14 + 28
September 11 + 25

Where is it?

Divorce Unbroken will meet in the Eagle Rock/Highland Park/Pasadena/Glendale area of North East Los Angeles (exact location TBD).

How does it work?

On two Tuesdays a month we'll meet in a safe, intimate, quiet space for two hours. Each woman will have a chance to share their most pressing issues, and conversation will be guided and facilitated by me, a certified and trained professional.

How much does it cost?

$150/month for three consecutive months.


FAQs:

What happens if I can't make a meeting?

I hope you can make all the meetings, but of course life happens. There are no refunds for missed meetings, but you won't lose your spot, and we'll be happy to see you next time.

Why three months?

I believe it takes time to build trust, community, and intimacy. Each woman is in their own place in this process and getting through divorce isn't a quick or easy process. There will be many layers to uncover, and I want to allow plenty of time for that to occur.

What happens after the three months is up?

If the group wants to continue, I may offer an ongoing group.

Will I get individual coaching in this group?

I will be facilitating the conversation in the group, and some of that may involve laser coaching in the moment. I will not, however, spend a full hour coaching one woman, as that simply won't be fair for the rest of the group. If at any time during the program you feel you need additional support, I will be available for private sessions at an additional charge.

My stuff feels really personal. Will it be safe for me to share openly here?

In a word, YES. The design of this group is to hold a very sacred and intimate space. As many of us live in the same community, it is vital for us to keep confidentiality and never to speak of anything that occurs in the room outside of the room. We will hold the 12-Step motto that states, "Who you see here, what you hear here, when you leave here, let it stay here."

I'm a domestic abuse survivor. Will this be a good group for me?

Probably not. I'm not an expert in the area of domestic violence, and there is a very specific level of support that includes trauma work that would best suit you. I recommend contacting Peace over Violence and finding a local support group through them.


READY to join? 

Divorce Unbroken will be available by application only. I do this to ensure the most cohesive group experience possible. Once your application is reviewed, I will contact you directly to either invite you to the group, or suggest other options.