(Sharing, Transformation, Encouragement, Planning & Support)

What is Next Steps?

Next Steps (Sharing, Transformation, Encouragement, Planning & Support) is a six-week program designed to create a supportive community for those going through and/or healing from divorce. Together, we will embrace the transition to the next phase of life. Over the course of the 6-week program, there will be opportunities for introspection, sharing, learning, and healing together. Most importantly, Next Steps is about taking care of you. 

What should I expect each week?

Each week there will be time to reflect and connect on a specific topic. The topics are as follows: 

Week 1: Healing Together, An Introduction

Week 2: Creating the Life You Desire

Week 3: Identifying Limiting Beliefs

Week 4: Setting SMART Goals

Week 5: Creating a Roadmap

Week 6: Attracting Abundance & Celebrating You

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Where and when is the next session?

TBD. Let us know of your interest by emailing and we will keep you posted on the next session.

What is the cost to participate?

The cost for the whole program is $175. Alternatively, you can pay each week for $35/session.

Payment Options

Why participate in Next Steps?

First, and foremost, you are not alone. You deserve to feel the support of a warm and comforting community as you heal. The benefits of participation are many. For example, participants will:

  • Connect with others who have a shared experience and can support their healing journey
  • Create a vision and roadmap to help them reach their personal goals
  • Learn how to use EFT to identify and eliminate limiting beliefs

Who is facilitating the program?

Leah Hadley, AAMET-Certified EFT Practitioner, CDFA, MAFF & Divorce Mediator will be your primary facilitator. Having gone through a divorce herself, Leah is passionate about improving the divorce process and sharing how EFT can support healing throughout. In addition, guest speakers will be announced for certain topics. 

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Guest Speakers:

Week 6: Betsy Ross, Leadership & Personal Development Coach

Betsy Ross, Life & Personal Development CoachBetsy Ross is a sought-after corporate coach with certifications in numerous assessments and inventories, including MBTI, DiSC, and The Leadership Circle Profile.  She currently serves as a Leadership Development Coach with the telos institute wherein she partners with senior management professionals to ensure clarity of vision, control in action, and connection to performance.

Ross built her coaching firm on the foundation of nearly two decades of training and development work with Moen, North America’s #1 faucet brand. While with the Cleveland-based manufacturer, Ross spearheaded the creation of the company’s first-ever sales training curriculum.

After crafting a high-potential sales leadership program that boosted the organization’s promotion rate to 90%, Ross branched out on her own. Grounded in a clear understanding of the demands and needs of a corporate setting, she leverages her background in instructional design and project management to drive performance and sustain positive change in a myriad of business environments.

When not with telos, Ross focuses her coaching work on growing value and building connections with individual clients. A trained forest therapy guide, she brings professionals into the great outdoors to find inspiration in the balance of nature. Ross values the rich transformation of those open to discovery and promotes alignment with one’s true priorities and values.

Ross is committed to her own personal and professional development. She holds a Master of Arts in Applied Psychology from the University of Santa Monica in Santa Monica, California. She is an active member of the International Coaching Federation and maintains credentials through the Coaches Training Institute as well as the Association of Nature & Forest Therapy.

In 2016, Ross hiked the Grand Canyon and joined the top 1% of adventurers who make it all the way to the Colorado River. When not backpacking through the seven world wonders, she enjoys amateur hunt-seat equitation and traveling with her husband, Rand.