Stowe Family Law in Bristol has partnered with Claire Black Divorce Coach to launch The Bristol Break-up Club: a series of ongoing workshops that offer advice to anyone going through a divorce or separation.
The workshops are designed to help people journey through divorce into a new life. They will include techniques and strategies to help people to handle their emotions, take back their power, overcome fears, challenge their way of thinking and focus on moving on positively.
Held at the Stowe Family Law office at Queen Square in Bristol, the first Bristol Break-up Club will be held on Wednesday 25 September 2019, with a lunch time session from 12.30pm to 2pm and an early evening session from 5.30pm – 7pm. The sessions will run monthly until July 2020.
Jemma Slavin, Stowe Family Law Managing Partner at the Bristol office said:
“We are delighted to have partnered with Claire Black Divorce Coach to create The Bristol Break-up Club, a series of supportive workshop not just to our clients but also to the wider community. Divorcing or separating is challenging and the emotions and worries overwhelming. Whilst nothing will make it ‘easy’ there are some really useful tips and advice that should help to make it a less traumatic experience for you.”
Claire Black Divorce Coach said:
“I am thrilled to be working with Stowe Family Law to run this series of workshops. I know from my own experience and working with my clients how challenging divorce and separation can be. If you would like to learn techniques to help take back control, reduce fear and feel hope for a positive future, then these are the workshops for you.”
Places at The Bristol Break-up Club are available to book online here.