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Separation and divorce can be life-changing with effects that ripple through the whole family. Whether the relationship is a legal marriage, common law marriage or a domestic partnership, the process of dissolving the connection brings with it a long list of potential financial, legal and emotional issues.  



Divorce Takes an Emotional Toll 

Divorce requires adjusting to new circumstances and making difficult decisions.  If children are involved, co-parenting issues such as housing, discipline and school activities need to be settled with the best interests of the children in mind.  Financial decisions must often be made quickly.  Legal issues related to divorce, child custody and support can bring additional stress.



Divorce Counseling Provides Support 


During this difficult time, counseling can help both parties cope with the practical and emotional stressors caused by divorce or the end of a domestic partnership. Divorce counseling is not intended to stop the divorce process, but rather to support both parties and their families through it.


A therapist experienced in family psychology and relationship counseling can help both parties cope with the emotional fallout of divorce.  Divorce counseling can help resolve issues such as new role definition, family plan formulation, family transition management and communication.

Dr. Lee Ann Lehman is a family psychologist based in West Palm Beach, Florida whose practice includes family therapy, couples therapy and relationship counseling.  She offers insight, support and practical tools to help people deal with the changes and challenges of separation and divorce.  Dr. Lehman’s counseling services draw from Family Systems Therapy, Emotion-Focused Therapy, Attachment-Based Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Solution-Focused Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Solution-Focused Therapy and Reality Therapy. 

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Divorce

shutterstock_343077365-sized.jpg

Separation and divorce can be life-changing events with effects that ripple through the whole family. Whether the relationship involved is a legal marriage, common law marriage, or domestic partnership, the process of dissolving that connection brings with it a long list of potential financial, legal, and emotional issues.  



Divorce Brings New Stressors

Divorce requires adjusting to new circumstances and making difficult decisions.  If children are involved, co-parenting issues such as housing, discipline, and school activities need to be settled with the best interests of the children in mind.  Financial decisions often must be made quickly, and legal issues related to divorce, child custody, and support can bring additional stress.



Divorce Takes an Emotional Toll

shutterstock_296157140-sized.jpgDuring these difficult times, divorce counseling can help both parties cope with the practical and emotional stressors caused by divorce or the end of a domestic partnership. Divorce counseling is not intended to stop the divorce process, but rather to support both parties and their families through it.
A therapist experienced in family psychology and relationship counseling can help both parties to communicate better, cope with the emotional fallout of divorce, and learn to formulate family plans, define new roles, and manage family transitions.
Dr. Lee Ann Lehman is a Palm Beach-based family psychologist whose practice includes family therapy, couples therapy, and relationship counseling.  Dr. Lehman’s counseling services draw from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, family systems therapy, emotion-focused therapy, attachment-based therapy, solution-focused therapy, and motivational interviewing to help people deal with the changes and challenges of separation and divorce.



Counseling Provides Support

shutterstock_254218459.jpgDuring these difficult times, divorce counseling can help both parties cope with the practical and emotional stressors caused by divorce or the end of a domestic partnership. Divorce counseling is not intended to stop the divorce process, but rather to support both parties and their families through it. A therapist experienced in family psychology and relationship counseling can help both parties to communicate better, cope with the emotional fallout of divorce, and learn to formulate family plans, define new roles, and manage family transitions. Dr. Lee Ann Lehman is a Palm Beach-based family psychologist whose practice includes family therapy, couples therapy, and relationship counseling.  Dr. Lehman’s counseling services draw from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, family systems therapy, emotion-focused therapy, attachment-based therapy, solution-focused therapy, and motivational interviewing to help people deal with the changes and challenges of separation and divorce. 







 

Divorce

shutterstock_343077365-sized.jpg

Separation and divorce can be life-changing events with effects that ripple through the whole family. Whether the relationship involved is a legal marriage, common law marriage, or domestic partnership, the process of dissolving that connection brings with it a long list of potential financial, legal, and emotional issues.  



Divorce Brings New Stressors

Divorce requires adjusting to new circumstances and making difficult decisions.  If children are involved, co-parenting issues such as housing, discipline, and school activities need to be settled with the best interests of the children in mind.  Financial decisions often must be made quickly, and legal issues related to divorce, child custody, and support can bring additional stress.



Divorce Takes an Emotional Toll

shutterstock_296157140-sized.jpgDuring these difficult times, divorce counseling can help both parties cope with the practical and emotional stressors caused by divorce or the end of a domestic partnership. Divorce counseling is not intended to stop the divorce process, but rather to support both parties and their families through it.
A therapist experienced in family psychology and relationship counseling can help both parties to communicate better, cope with the emotional fallout of divorce, and learn to formulate family plans, define new roles, and manage family transitions.
Dr. Lee Ann Lehman is a Palm Beach-based family psychologist whose practice includes family therapy, couples therapy, and relationship counseling.  Dr. Lehman’s counseling services draw from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, family systems therapy, emotion-focused therapy, attachment-based therapy, solution-focused therapy, and motivational interviewing to help people deal with the changes and challenges of separation and divorce.



Counseling Provides Support

shutterstock_254218459.jpgDuring these difficult times, divorce counseling can help both parties cope with the practical and emotional stressors caused by divorce or the end of a domestic partnership. Divorce counseling is not intended to stop the divorce process, but rather to support both parties and their families through it. A therapist experienced in family psychology and relationship counseling can help both parties to communicate better, cope with the emotional fallout of divorce, and learn to formulate family plans, define new roles, and manage family transitions. Dr. Lee Ann Lehman is a Palm Beach-based family psychologist whose practice includes family therapy, couples therapy, and relationship counseling.  Dr. Lehman’s counseling services draw from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, family systems therapy, emotion-focused therapy, attachment-based therapy, solution-focused therapy, and motivational interviewing to help people deal with the changes and challenges of separation and divorce. 







 

 

shutterstock_343077365-sized.jpg

Separation and divorce can be life-changing events with effects that ripple through the whole family. Whether the relationship is a legal marriage, common law marriageor domestic partnership, the process of dissolving that connection brings with it a long list of potential financial, legal, and emotional issues.  



Divorce Brings New Stressors

Divorce requires adjusting to new circumstances and making difficult decisions.  If children are involved, co-parenting issues such as housing, discipline, and school activities need to be settled with the best interests of the children in mind.  Financial decisions often must be made quickly, and legal issues related to divorce, child custody, and support can bring additional stress.



Divorce Takes an Emotional Toll

shutterstock_296157140-sized.jpgDuring these difficult times, divorce counseling can help both parties cope with the practical and emotional stressors caused by divorce or the end of a domestic partnership. Divorce counseling is not intended to stop the divorce process, but rather to support both parties and their families through it.
A therapist experienced in family psychology and relationship counseling can help both parties to communicate better, cope with the emotional fallout of divorce, and learn to formulate family plans, define new roles, and manage family transitions.
Dr. Lee Ann Lehman is a Palm Beach-based family psychologist whose practice includes family therapy, couples therapy, and relationship counseling.  Dr. Lehman’s counseling services draw from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, family systems therapy, emotion-focused therapy, attachment-based therapy, solution-focused therapy, and motivational interviewing to help people deal with the changes and challenges of separation and divorce.



Counseling Provides Support

shutterstock_254218459.jpgDuring these difficult times, divorce counseling can help both parties cope with the practical and emotional stressors caused by divorce or the end of a domestic partnership. Divorce counseling is not intended to stop the divorce process, but rather to support both parties and their families through it. A therapist experienced in family psychology and relationship counseling can help both parties to communicate better, cope with the emotional fallout of divorce, and learn to formulate family plans, define new roles, and manage family transitions. Dr. Lee Ann Lehman is a Palm Beach-based family psychologist whose practice includes family therapy, couples therapy, and relationship counseling.  Dr. Lehman’s counseling services draw from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, family systems therapy, emotion-focused therapy, attachment-based therapy, solution-focused therapy, and motivational interviewing to help people deal with the changes and challenges of separation and divorce. 







 

Divorce

shutterstock_343077365-sized.jpg

Separation and divorce can be life-changing events with effects that ripple through the whole family. Whether the relationship involved is a legal marriage, common law marriage, or domestic partnership, the process of dissolving that connection brings with it a long list of potential financial, legal, and emotional issues.  



Divorce Brings New Stressors

Divorce requires adjusting to new circumstances and making difficult decisions.  If children are involved, co-parenting issues such as housing, discipline, and school activities need to be settled with the best interests of the children in mind.  Financial decisions often must be made quickly, and legal issues related to divorce, child custody, and support can bring additional stress.



Divorce Takes an Emotional Toll

shutterstock_296157140-sized.jpgDuring these difficult times, divorce counseling can help both parties cope with the practical and emotional stressors caused by divorce or the end of a domestic partnership. Divorce counseling is not intended to stop the divorce process, but rather to support both parties and their families through it.
A therapist experienced in family psychology and relationship counseling can help both parties to communicate better, cope with the emotional fallout of divorce, and learn to formulate family plans, define new roles, and manage family transitions.
Dr. Lee Ann Lehman is a Palm Beach-based family psychologist whose practice includes family therapy, couples therapy, and relationship counseling.  Dr. Lehman’s counseling services draw from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, family systems therapy, emotion-focused therapy, attachment-based therapy, solution-focused therapy, and motivational interviewing to help people deal with the changes and challenges of separation and divorce.



Counseling Provides Support

shutterstock_254218459.jpgDuring these difficult times, divorce counseling can help both parties cope with the practical and emotional stressors caused by divorce or the end of a domestic partnership. Divorce counseling is not intended to stop the divorce process, but rather to support both parties and their families through it. A therapist experienced in family psychology and relationship counseling can help both parties to communicate better, cope with the emotional fallout of divorce, and learn to formulate family plans, define new roles, and manage family transitions. Dr. Lee Ann Lehman is a Palm Beach-based family psychologist whose practice includes family therapy, couples therapy, and relationship counseling.  Dr. Lehman’s counseling services draw from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, family systems therapy, emotion-focused therapy, attachment-based therapy, solution-focused therapy, and motivational interviewing to help people deal with the changes and challenges of separation and divorce. 







 

Divorce

shutterstock_343077365-sized.jpg

Separation and divorce can be life-changing events with effects that ripple through the whole family. Whether the relationship involved is a legal marriage, common law marriage, or domestic partnership, the process of dissolving that connection brings with it a long list of potential financial, legal, and emotional issues.  



Divorce Brings New Stressors

Divorce requires adjusting to new circumstances and making difficult decisions.  If children are involved, co-parenting issues such as housing, discipline, and school activities need to be settled with the best interests of the children in mind.  Financial decisions often must be made quickly, and legal issues related to divorce, child custody, and support can bring additional stress.



Divorce Takes an Emotional Toll

shutterstock_296157140-sized.jpgDuring these difficult times, divorce counseling can help both parties cope with the practical and emotional stressors caused by divorce or the end of a domestic partnership. Divorce counseling is not intended to stop the divorce process, but rather to support both parties and their families through it.
A therapist experienced in family psychology and relationship counseling can help both parties to communicate better, cope with the emotional fallout of divorce, and learn to formulate family plans, define new roles, and manage family transitions.
Dr. Lee Ann Lehman is a Palm Beach-based family psychologist whose practice includes family therapy, couples therapy, and relationship counseling.  Dr. Lehman’s counseling services draw from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, family systems therapy, emotion-focused therapy, attachment-based therapy, solution-focused therapy, and motivational interviewing to help people deal with the changes and challenges of separation and divorce.



Counseling Provides Support

shutterstock_254218459.jpgDuring these difficult times, divorce counseling can help both parties cope with the practical and emotional stressors caused by divorce or the end of a domestic partnership. Divorce counseling is not intended to stop the divorce process, but rather to support both parties and their families through it. A therapist experienced in family psychology and relationship counseling can help both parties to communicate better, cope with the emotional fallout of divorce, and learn to formulate family plans, define new roles, and manage family transitions. Dr. Lee Ann Lehman is a Palm Beach-based family psychologist whose practice includes family therapy, couples therapy, and relationship counseling.  Dr. Lehman’s counseling services draw from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, family systems therapy, emotion-focused therapy, attachment-based therapy, solution-focused therapy, and motivational interviewing to help people deal with the changes and challenges of separation and divorce. 







 

 

shutterstock_343077365-sized.jpg

Separation and divorce can be life-changing events with effects that ripple through the whole family. Whether the relationship is a legal marriage, common law marriage or a domestic partnership, the process of dissolving that connection brings with it a long list of potential financial, legal, and emotional issues.  



Divorce Brings New Stressors

Divorce requires adjusting to new circumstances and making difficult decisions.  If children are involved, co-parenting issues such as housing, discipline, and school activities need to be settled with the best interests of the children in mind.  Financial decisions often must be made quickly, and legal issues related to divorce, child custody, and support can bring additional stress.



Divorce Takes an Emotional Toll

shutterstock_296157140-sized.jpgDuring these difficult times, divorce counseling can help both parties cope with the practical and emotional stressors caused by divorce or the end of a domestic partnership. Divorce counseling is not intended to stop the divorce process, but rather to support both parties and their families through it.
A therapist experienced in family psychology and relationship counseling can help both parties to communicate better, cope with the emotional fallout of divorce, and learn to formulate family plans, define new roles, and manage family transitions.
Dr. Lee Ann Lehman is a Palm Beach-based family psychologist whose practice includes family therapy, couples therapy, and relationship counseling.  Dr. Lehman’s counseling services draw from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, family systems therapy, emotion-focused therapy, attachment-based therapy, solution-focused therapy, and motivational interviewing to help people deal with the changes and challenges of separation and divorce.



Counseling Provides Support

shutterstock_254218459.jpgDuring these difficult times, divorce counseling can help both parties cope with the practical and emotional stressors caused by divorce or the end of a domestic partnership. Divorce counseling is not intended to stop the divorce process, but rather to support both parties and their families through it. A therapist experienced in family psychology and relationship counseling can help both parties to communicate better, cope with the emotional fallout of divorce, and learn to formulate family plans, define new roles, and manage family transitions. Dr. Lee Ann Lehman is a Palm Beach-based family psychologist whose practice includes family therapy, couples therapy, and relationship counseling.  Dr. Lehman’s counseling services draw from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, family systems therapy, emotion-focused therapy, attachment-based therapy, solution-focused therapy, and motivational interviewing to help people deal with the changes and challenges of separation and divorce. 







 

Divorce

shutterstock_343077365-sized.jpg

Separation and divorce can be life-changing events with effects that ripple through the whole family. Whether the relationship involved is a legal marriage, common law marriage, or domestic partnership, the process of dissolving that connection brings with it a long list of potential financial, legal, and emotional issues.  



Divorce Brings New Stressors

Divorce requires adjusting to new circumstances and making difficult decisions.  If children are involved, co-parenting issues such as housing, discipline, and school activities need to be settled with the best interests of the children in mind.  Financial decisions often must be made quickly, and legal issues related to divorce, child custody, and support can bring additional stress.



Divorce Takes an Emotional Toll

shutterstock_296157140-sized.jpgDuring these difficult times, divorce counseling can help both parties cope with the practical and emotional stressors caused by divorce or the end of a domestic partnership. Divorce counseling is not intended to stop the divorce process, but rather to support both parties and their families through it.
A therapist experienced in family psychology and relationship counseling can help both parties to communicate better, cope with the emotional fallout of divorce, and learn to formulate family plans, define new roles, and manage family transitions.
Dr. Lee Ann Lehman is a Palm Beach-based family psychologist whose practice includes family therapy, couples therapy, and relationship counseling.  Dr. Lehman’s counseling services draw from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, family systems therapy, emotion-focused therapy, attachment-based therapy, solution-focused therapy, and motivational interviewing to help people deal with the changes and challenges of separation and divorce.



Counseling Provides Support

shutterstock_254218459.jpgDuring these difficult times, divorce counseling can help both parties cope with the practical and emotional stressors caused by divorce or the end of a domestic partnership. Divorce counseling is not intended to stop the divorce process, but rather to support both parties and their families through it. A therapist experienced in family psychology and relationship counseling can help both parties to communicate better, cope with the emotional fallout of divorce, and learn to formulate family plans, define new roles, and manage family transitions. Dr. Lee Ann Lehman is a Palm Beach-based family psychologist whose practice includes family therapy, couples therapy, and relationship counseling.  Dr. Lehman’s counseling services draw from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, family systems therapy, emotion-focused therapy, attachment-based therapy, solution-focused therapy, and motivational interviewing to help people deal with the changes and challenges of separation and divorce. 







 

Divorce

shutterstock_343077365-sized.jpg

Separation and divorce can be life-changing events with effects that ripple through the whole family. Whether the relationship involved is a legal marriage, common law marriage, or domestic partnership, the process of dissolving that connection brings with it a long list of potential financial, legal, and emotional issues.  



Divorce Brings New Stressors

Divorce requires adjusting to new circumstances and making difficult decisions.  If children are involved, co-parenting issues such as housing, discipline, and school activities need to be settled with the best interests of the children in mind.  Financial decisions often must be made quickly, and legal issues related to divorce, child custody, and support can bring additional stress.



Divorce Takes an Emotional Toll

shutterstock_296157140-sized.jpgDuring these difficult times, divorce counseling can help both parties cope with the practical and emotional stressors caused by divorce or the end of a domestic partnership. Divorce counseling is not intended to stop the divorce process, but rather to support both parties and their families through it.
A therapist experienced in family psychology and relationship counseling can help both parties to communicate better, cope with the emotional fallout of divorce, and learn to formulate family plans, define new roles, and manage family transitions.
Dr. Lee Ann Lehman is a Palm Beach-based family psychologist whose practice includes family therapy, couples therapy, and relationship counseling.  Dr. Lehman’s counseling services draw from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, family systems therapy, emotion-focused therapy, attachment-based therapy, solution-focused therapy, and motivational interviewing to help people deal with the changes and challenges of separation and divorce.



Counseling Provides Support

shutterstock_254218459.jpgDuring these difficult times, divorce counseling can help both parties cope with the practical and emotional stressors caused by divorce or the end of a domestic partnership. Divorce counseling is not intended to stop the divorce process, but rather to support both parties and their families through it. A therapist experienced in family psychology and relationship counseling can help both parties to communicate better, cope with the emotional fallout of divorce, and learn to formulate family plans, define new roles, and manage family transitions. Dr. Lee Ann Lehman is a Palm Beach-based family psychologist whose practice includes family therapy, couples therapy, and relationship counseling.  Dr. Lehman’s counseling services draw from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, family systems therapy, emotion-focused therapy, attachment-based therapy, solution-focused therapy, and motivational interviewing to help people deal with the changes and challenges of separation and divorce. 







 

 

shutterstock_343077365-sized.jpg

Separation and divorce can be life-changing events with effects that ripple through the whole family. Whether the relationship is a legal marriage, common law marriageor domestic partnership, the process of dissolving that connection brings with it a long list of potential financial, legal, and emotional issues.  



Divorce Brings New Stressors

Divorce requires adjusting to new circumstances and making difficult decisions.  If children are involved, co-parenting issues such as housing, discipline, and school activities need to be settled with the best interests of the children in mind.  Financial decisions often must be made quickly, and legal issues related to divorce, child custody, and support can bring additional stress.



Divorce Takes an Emotional Toll

shutterstock_296157140-sized.jpgDuring these difficult times, divorce counseling can help both parties cope with the practical and emotional stressors caused by divorce or the end of a domestic partnership. Divorce counseling is not intended to stop the divorce process, but rather to support both parties and their families through it.
A therapist experienced in family psychology and relationship counseling can help both parties to communicate better, cope with the emotional fallout of divorce, and learn to formulate family plans, define new roles, and manage family transitions.
Dr. Lee Ann Lehman is a Palm Beach-based family psychologist whose practice includes family therapy, couples therapy, and relationship counseling.  Dr. Lehman’s counseling services draw from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, family systems therapy, emotion-focused therapy, attachment-based therapy, solution-focused therapy, and motivational interviewing to help people deal with the changes and challenges of separation and divorce.



Counseling Provides Support

shutterstock_254218459.jpgDuring these difficult times, divorce counseling can help both parties cope with the practical and emotional stressors caused by divorce or the end of a domestic partnership. Divorce counseling is not intended to stop the divorce process, but rather to support both parties and their families through it. A therapist experienced in family psychology and relationship counseling can help both parties to communicate better, cope with the emotional fallout of divorce, and learn to formulate family plans, define new roles, and manage family transitions. Dr. Lee Ann Lehman is a Palm Beach-based family psychologist whose practice includes family therapy, couples therapy, and relationship counseling.  Dr. Lehman’s counseling services draw from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, family systems therapy, emotion-focused therapy, attachment-based therapy, solution-focused therapy, and motivational interviewing to help people deal with the changes and challenges of separation and divorce. 







 

Divorce

shutterstock_343077365-sized.jpg

Separation and divorce can be life-changing events with effects that ripple through the whole family. Whether the relationship involved is a legal marriage, common law marriage, or domestic partnership, the process of dissolving that connection brings with it a long list of potential financial, legal, and emotional issues.  



Divorce Brings New Stressors

Divorce requires adjusting to new circumstances and making difficult decisions.  If children are involved, co-parenting issues such as housing, discipline, and school activities need to be settled with the best interests of the children in mind.  Financial decisions often must be made quickly, and legal issues related to divorce, child custody, and support can bring additional stress.



Divorce Takes an Emotional Toll

shutterstock_296157140-sized.jpgDuring these difficult times, divorce counseling can help both parties cope with the practical and emotional stressors caused by divorce or the end of a domestic partnership. Divorce counseling is not intended to stop the divorce process, but rather to support both parties and their families through it.
A therapist experienced in family psychology and relationship counseling can help both parties to communicate better, cope with the emotional fallout of divorce, and learn to formulate family plans, define new roles, and manage family transitions.
Dr. Lee Ann Lehman is a Palm Beach-based family psychologist whose practice includes family therapy, couples therapy, and relationship counseling.  Dr. Lehman’s counseling services draw from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, family systems therapy, emotion-focused therapy, attachment-based therapy, solution-focused therapy, and motivational interviewing to help people deal with the changes and challenges of separation and divorce.



Counseling Provides Support

shutterstock_254218459.jpgDuring these difficult times, divorce counseling can help both parties cope with the practical and emotional stressors caused by divorce or the end of a domestic partnership. Divorce counseling is not intended to stop the divorce process, but rather to support both parties and their families through it. A therapist experienced in family psychology and relationship counseling can help both parties to communicate better, cope with the emotional fallout of divorce, and learn to formulate family plans, define new roles, and manage family transitions. Dr. Lee Ann Lehman is a Palm Beach-based family psychologist whose practice includes family therapy, couples therapy, and relationship counseling.  Dr. Lehman’s counseling services draw from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, family systems therapy, emotion-focused therapy, attachment-based therapy, solution-focused therapy, and motivational interviewing to help people deal with the changes and challenges of separation and divorce. 







 

Divorce

shutterstock_343077365-sized.jpg

Separation and divorce can be life-changing events with effects that ripple through the whole family. Whether the relationship involved is a legal marriage, common law marriage, or domestic partnership, the process of dissolving that connection brings with it a long list of potential financial, legal, and emotional issues.  



Divorce Brings New Stressors

Divorce requires adjusting to new circumstances and making difficult decisions.  If children are involved, co-parenting issues such as housing, discipline, and school activities need to be settled with the best interests of the children in mind.  Financial decisions often must be made quickly, and legal issues related to divorce, child custody, and support can bring additional stress.



Divorce Takes an Emotional Toll

shutterstock_296157140-sized.jpgDuring these difficult times, divorce counseling can help both parties cope with the practical and emotional stressors caused by divorce or the end of a domestic partnership. Divorce counseling is not intended to stop the divorce process, but rather to support both parties and their families through it.
A therapist experienced in family psychology and relationship counseling can help both parties to communicate better, cope with the emotional fallout of divorce, and learn to formulate family plans, define new roles, and manage family transitions.
Dr. Lee Ann Lehman is a Palm Beach-based family psychologist whose practice includes family therapy, couples therapy, and relationship counseling.  Dr. Lehman’s counseling services draw from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, family systems therapy, emotion-focused therapy, attachment-based therapy, solution-focused therapy, and motivational interviewing to help people deal with the changes and challenges of separation and divorce.



Counseling Provides Support

shutterstock_254218459.jpgDuring these difficult times, divorce counseling can help both parties cope with the practical and emotional stressors caused by divorce or the end of a domestic partnership. Divorce counseling is not intended to stop the divorce process, but rather to support both parties and their families through it. A therapist experienced in family psychology and relationship counseling can help both parties to communicate better, cope with the emotional fallout of divorce, and learn to formulate family plans, define new roles, and manage family transitions. Dr. Lee Ann Lehman is a Palm Beach-based family psychologist whose practice includes family therapy, couples therapy, and relationship counseling.  Dr. Lehman’s counseling services draw from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, family systems therapy, emotion-focused therapy, attachment-based therapy, solution-focused therapy, and motivational interviewing to help people deal with the changes and challenges of separation and divorce. 







 

 

shutterstock_343077365-sized.jpg

Separation and divorce can be life-changing events with effects that ripple through the whole family. Whether the relationship is a legal marriage, common law marriage or a domestic partnership, the process of dissolving th connection brings with it a long list of potential financial, legal, and emotional issues.  



Divorce Brings New Stressors

Divorce requires adjusting to new circumstances and making difficult decisions.  If children are involved, co-parenting issues such as housing, discipline, and school activities need to be settled with the best interests of the children in mind.  Financial decisions often must be made quickly, and legal issues related to divorce, child custody, and support can bring additional stress.



Divorce Takes an Emotional Toll

shutterstock_296157140-sized.jpgDuring these difficult times, divorce counseling can help both parties cope with the practical and emotional stressors caused by divorce or the end of a domestic partnership. Divorce counseling is not intended to stop the divorce process, but rather to support both parties and their families through it.
A therapist experienced in family psychology and relationship counseling can help both parties to communicate better, cope with the emotional fallout of divorce, and learn to formulate family plans, define new roles, and manage family transitions.
Dr. Lee Ann Lehman is a Palm Beach-based family psychologist whose practice includes family therapy, couples therapy, and relationship counseling.  Dr. Lehman’s counseling services draw from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, family systems therapy, emotion-focused therapy, attachment-based therapy, solution-focused therapy, and motivational interviewing to help people deal with the changes and challenges of separation and divorce.



Counseling Provides Support

shutterstock_254218459.jpgDuring these difficult times, divorce counseling can help both parties cope with the practical and emotional stressors caused by divorce or the end of a domestic partnership. Divorce counseling is not intended to stop the divorce process, but rather to support both parties and their families through it. A therapist experienced in family psychology and relationship counseling can help both parties to communicate better, cope with the emotional fallout of divorce, and learn to formulate family plans, define new roles, and manage family transitions. Dr. Lee Ann Lehman is a Palm Beach-based family psychologist whose practice includes family therapy, couples therapy, and relationship counseling.  Dr. Lehman’s counseling services draw from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, family systems therapy, emotion-focused therapy, attachment-based therapy, solution-focused therapy, and motivational interviewing to help people deal with the changes and challenges of separation and divorce. 







 

Divorce

shutterstock_343077365-sized.jpg

Separation and divorce can be life-changing events with effects that ripple through the whole family. Whether the relationship involved is a legal marriage, common law marriage, or domestic partnership, the process of dissolving that connection brings with it a long list of potential financial, legal, and emotional issues.  



Divorce Brings New Stressors

Divorce requires adjusting to new circumstances and making difficult decisions.  If children are involved, co-parenting issues such as housing, discipline, and school activities need to be settled with the best interests of the children in mind.  Financial decisions often must be made quickly, and legal issues related to divorce, child custody, and support can bring additional stress.



Divorce Takes an Emotional Toll

shutterstock_296157140-sized.jpgDuring these difficult times, divorce counseling can help both parties cope with the practical and emotional stressors caused by divorce or the end of a domestic partnership. Divorce counseling is not intended to stop the divorce process, but rather to support both parties and their families through it.
A therapist experienced in family psychology and relationship counseling can help both parties to communicate better, cope with the emotional fallout of divorce, and learn to formulate family plans, define new roles, and manage family transitions.
Dr. Lee Ann Lehman is a Palm Beach-based family psychologist whose practice includes family therapy, couples therapy, and relationship counseling.  Dr. Lehman’s counseling services draw from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, family systems therapy, emotion-focused therapy, attachment-based therapy, solution-focused therapy, and motivational interviewing to help people deal with the changes and challenges of separation and divorce.



Counseling Provides Support

shutterstock_254218459.jpgDuring these difficult times, divorce counseling can help both parties cope with the practical and emotional stressors caused by divorce or the end of a domestic partnership. Divorce counseling is not intended to stop the divorce process, but rather to support both parties and their families through it. A therapist experienced in family psychology and relationship counseling can help both parties to communicate better, cope with the emotional fallout of divorce, and learn to formulate family plans, define new roles, and manage family transitions. Dr. Lee Ann Lehman is a Palm Beach-based family psychologist whose practice includes family therapy, couples therapy, and relationship counseling.  Dr. Lehman’s counseling services draw from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, family systems therapy, emotion-focused therapy, attachment-based therapy, solution-focused therapy, and motivational interviewing to help people deal with the changes and challenges of separation and divorce. 







 

Divorce

shutterstock_343077365-sized.jpg

Separation and divorce can be life-changing events with effects that ripple through the whole family. Whether the relationship involved is a legal marriage, common law marriage, or domestic partnership, the process of dissolving that connection brings with it a long list of potential financial, legal, and emotional issues.  



Divorce Brings New Stressors

Divorce requires adjusting to new circumstances and making difficult decisions.  If children are involved, co-parenting issues such as housing, discipline, and school activities need to be settled with the best interests of the children in mind.  Financial decisions often must be made quickly, and legal issues related to divorce, child custody, and support can bring additional stress.



Divorce Takes an Emotional Toll

shutterstock_296157140-sized.jpgDuring these difficult times, divorce counseling can help both parties cope with the practical and emotional stressors caused by divorce or the end of a domestic partnership. Divorce counseling is not intended to stop the divorce process, but rather to support both parties and their families through it.
A therapist experienced in family psychology and relationship counseling can help both parties to communicate better, cope with the emotional fallout of divorce, and learn to formulate family plans, define new roles, and manage family transitions.
Dr. Lee Ann Lehman is a Palm Beach-based family psychologist whose practice includes family therapy, couples therapy, and relationship counseling.  Dr. Lehman’s counseling services draw from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, family systems therapy, emotion-focused therapy, attachment-based therapy, solution-focused therapy, and motivational interviewing to help people deal with the changes and challenges of separation and divorce.



Counseling Provides Support

shutterstock_254218459.jpgDuring these difficult times, divorce counseling can help both parties cope with the practical and emotional stressors caused by divorce or the end of a domestic partnership. Divorce counseling is not intended to stop the divorce process, but rather to support both parties and their families through it. A therapist experienced in family psychology and relationship counseling can help both parties to communicate better, cope with the emotional fallout of divorce, and learn to formulate family plans, define new roles, and manage family transitions. Dr. Lee Ann Lehman is a Palm Beach-based family psychologist whose practice includes family therapy, couples therapy, and relationship counseling.  Dr. Lehman’s counseling services draw from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, family systems therapy, emotion-focused therapy, attachment-based therapy, solution-focused therapy, and motivational interviewing to help people deal with the changes and challenges of separation and divorce. 







 

 

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Separation and divorce can be life-changing events with effects that ripple through the whole family. Whether the relationship is a legal marriage, common law marriageor domestic partnership, the process of dissolving that connection brings with it a long list of potential financial, legal, and emotional issues.  



Divorce Brings New Stressors

Divorce requires adjusting to new circumstances and making difficult decisions.  If children are involved, co-parenting issues such as housing, discipline, and school activities need to be settled with the best interests of the children in mind.  Financial decisions often must be made quickly, and legal issues related to divorce, child custody, and support can bring additional stress.



Divorce Takes an Emotional Toll

shutterstock_296157140-sized.jpgDuring these difficult times, divorce counseling can help both parties cope with the practical and emotional stressors caused by divorce or the end of a domestic partnership. Divorce counseling is not intended to stop the divorce process, but rather to support both parties and their families through it.
A therapist experienced in family psychology and relationship counseling can help both parties to communicate better, cope with the emotional fallout of divorce, and learn to formulate family plans, define new roles, and manage family transitions.
Dr. Lee Ann Lehman is a Palm Beach-based family psychologist whose practice includes family therapy, couples therapy, and relationship counseling.  Dr. Lehman’s counseling services draw from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, family systems therapy, emotion-focused therapy, attachment-based therapy, solution-focused therapy, and motivational interviewing to help people deal with the changes and challenges of separation and divorce.



Counseling Provides Support

shutterstock_254218459.jpgDuring these difficult times, divorce counseling can help both parties cope with the practical and emotional stressors caused by divorce or the end of a domestic partnership. Divorce counseling is not intended to stop the divorce process, but rather to support both parties and their families through it. A therapist experienced in family psychology and relationship counseling can help both parties to communicate better, cope with the emotional fallout of divorce, and learn to formulate family plans, define new roles, and manage family transitions. Dr. Lee Ann Lehman is a Palm Beach-based family psychologist whose practice includes family therapy, couples therapy, and relationship counseling.  Dr. Lehman’s counseling services draw from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, family systems therapy, emotion-focused therapy, attachment-based therapy, solution-focused therapy, and motivational interviewing to help people deal with the changes and challenges of separation and divorce. 







 

Divorce

shutterstock_343077365-sized.jpg

Separation and divorce can be life-changing events with effects that ripple through the whole family. Whether the relationship involved is a legal marriage, common law marriage, or domestic partnership, the process of dissolving that connection brings with it a long list of potential financial, legal, and emotional issues.  



Divorce Brings New Stressors

Divorce requires adjusting to new circumstances and making difficult decisions.  If children are involved, co-parenting issues such as housing, discipline, and school activities need to be settled with the best interests of the children in mind.  Financial decisions often must be made quickly, and legal issues related to divorce, child custody, and support can bring additional stress.



Divorce Takes an Emotional Toll

shutterstock_296157140-sized.jpgDuring these difficult times, divorce counseling can help both parties cope with the practical and emotional stressors caused by divorce or the end of a domestic partnership. Divorce counseling is not intended to stop the divorce process, but rather to support both parties and their families through it.
A therapist experienced in family psychology and relationship counseling can help both parties to communicate better, cope with the emotional fallout of divorce, and learn to formulate family plans, define new roles, and manage family transitions.
Dr. Lee Ann Lehman is a Palm Beach-based family psychologist whose practice includes family therapy, couples therapy, and relationship counseling.  Dr. Lehman’s counseling services draw from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, family systems therapy, emotion-focused therapy, attachment-based therapy, solution-focused therapy, and motivational interviewing to help people deal with the changes and challenges of separation and divorce.



Counseling Provides Support

shutterstock_254218459.jpgDuring these difficult times, divorce counseling can help both parties cope with the practical and emotional stressors caused by divorce or the end of a domestic partnership. Divorce counseling is not intended to stop the divorce process, but rather to support both parties and their families through it. A therapist experienced in family psychology and relationship counseling can help both parties to communicate better, cope with the emotional fallout of divorce, and learn to formulate family plans, define new roles, and manage family transitions. Dr. Lee Ann Lehman is a Palm Beach-based family psychologist whose practice includes family therapy, couples therapy, and relationship counseling.  Dr. Lehman’s counseling services draw from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, family systems therapy, emotion-focused therapy, attachment-based therapy, solution-focused therapy, and motivational interviewing to help people deal with the changes and challenges of separation and divorce. 







 

Divorce

shutterstock_343077365-sized.jpg

Separation and divorce can be life-changing events with effects that ripple through the whole family. Whether the relationship involved is a legal marriage, common law marriage, or domestic partnership, the process of dissolving that connection brings with it a long list of potential financial, legal, and emotional issues.  



Divorce Brings New Stressors

Divorce requires adjusting to new circumstances and making difficult decisions.  If children are involved, co-parenting issues such as housing, discipline, and school activities need to be settled with the best interests of the children in mind.  Financial decisions often must be made quickly, and legal issues related to divorce, child custody, and support can bring additional stress.



Divorce Takes an Emotional Toll

shutterstock_296157140-sized.jpgDuring these difficult times, divorce counseling can help both parties cope with the practical and emotional stressors caused by divorce or the end of a domestic partnership. Divorce counseling is not intended to stop the divorce process, but rather to support both parties and their families through it.
A therapist experienced in family psychology and relationship counseling can help both parties to communicate better, cope with the emotional fallout of divorce, and learn to formulate family plans, define new roles, and manage family transitions.
Dr. Lee Ann Lehman is a Palm Beach-based family psychologist whose practice includes family therapy, couples therapy, and relationship counseling.  Dr. Lehman’s counseling services draw from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, family systems therapy, emotion-focused therapy, attachment-based therapy, solution-focused therapy, and