I’m Scott Dunagan

Personal Divorce Coach

Not Just Surviving, But Thriving, During Your Divorce

Personal Divorce Coaching

Either in-person, or online sessions to help coach you through the struggles of your divorce.

Helping You Achieve Success

Unlock Your Full Potential. Say Hello to THE NEW YOU

When my divorce first started I got some advice from a friend of mine, “this is business now.” I had a very hard time coming to grips with this reality. Then my therapist opened my eyes when he said the following: “If she still had any feelings for you, if this relationship could be saved, then she wouldn’t have [treated you the way she did]. Your relationship is over, now you need to figure out your priorities, and goals.”

It's Just Business!

Don't Be Intimidated By The Process!

Don't Feel Alone!

You're Not The First Person To Have This Happen!

Goal Setting

One of the critical parts of not just surviving, but thriving, through your divorce is knowing how to set goals; and what goals to set.

Relationship Coaching

You have a lot of baggage, from your divorce, and the pain that you’ve gone through. Learn to keep it out of your future relationships.

Stress Management

If you’re not stressed, just a little, during your divorce, then congratulations. For the rest of us, there are numerous techniques than can help.

Career Advice

Yes, your divorce WILL impact your career, no matter what. I’m here to help you understand, and face, those challenges together.

What Is Divorce Coaching?
Who is Coaching For?

Chances are, if you’re getting divorced, that you have lots of things going on in your life. Your career/job, your divorce, the loss of your shared friends, etc. Divorce coaching is a once-per-week session designed to help you get through all the complications, and come out the other side of your divorce a better, more fulfilled, and happy person.

Everyone can use a coach. It happens is every facet of our lives now, from our kids and their private coaches for sports, mentors in our work lives. Divorce coaching is the same thing, coaching from someone who’s “been there, & done that.”

1. Initial Meeting / Chemistry Check

All the coaching starts off with a meeting and chemistry check.  If we don’t get along, then this relationship won’t work for either of us.

2. Coaching Plan Development

Every team has a game plan, do you? We will work together to develop the “game plan” for your successful divorce.

3. Moral Support

Just like your work, you need someone to partner with to produce your best stuff (unless you’re an amazingly creative person). We’ll get through your challenges together.

4. Combating FOMO

FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out), or in this case, FOMU (Fear of Messing Up). There are steps, checklists, plans, but, without someone by your side helping to keep track, you will most likely miss something. Your coach can help prevent FOMO/FOMU.

5. Moving Ahead

The last phase of your divorce, when everything is finalized, can be the toughest. You’ve lost a part of your life, and, you’ve lost something, that over the last several months (years in some cases) helped keep you focus. We will partner to come up with things to replace that loss.

About Me

I’m not a professional therapist. I’m not a professional psychiatrist. I’m not a doctor. I’m not a lawyer.

I’m just a guy, like many of you out there. Except I have already gone through the divorce, the therapy, the counseling, the “moving on,” and the success after the divorce. I learned a great many things throughout my divorce, which was contentious, involved children, false accusations, and many other things that a lot of you are facing. Thanks to a solid support group, an amazing family, and a few special people, I was able to not just survive my divorce, but thrive after my divorce.

I want to share with you how you too can not just survive your divorce, but learn from it, and move past this hiccough in your life and go on to more success.

Find Your Balance. Set Your Goals. Take A Challenge. Reward Yourself.

Another divorce coach! Yeah, I know, there are a million of them out there. The next question is, “What makes you different/better?

Well there are a number of good answers to that question, however, I like to think that the best answer is that my coaching isn’t for everyone; it’s primarily intended for men, fathers, dads. There are very few, if any, coaches that exist to help men through the divorce process.

Why should you listen to me, you might also ask. Well, I have over 20 years of experience in management, from small, to large organizations; public, private, non-profit, etc… I also have been in the process of a very complex, and contentious divorce that is still in progress; seven years and running.

What, 7 years!?!

Yes, 7 years.

However, in that time, I have learned a lot about the process, about myself, and about how I can use my experience to help others who might be in my situation.