Are you a mom facing


feeling worried and overwhelmed?

Do you feel apprehensive about your children’s future?

How can you help them get through this?  You want them to feel secure and loved … and somehow come out on the other side

Healthy and Happy!

And how are you going to get through this?  Can you stand on your own two feet … and make the right decisions … in the midst of all this chaos and confusion?


You’ve spent a few sleepless nights with your head spinning … troubled by all the unknowns … concerned about your kids.  You may be dreading the years of co-parenting with your soon-to-be ex.

Can we take the high road? Can we put our hurt and anger aside and do what’s best for the kids?

If that’s not enough, then there’s all the financial stuff.  Will you be OK financially, especially if you’ve been out of the workplace for a while, focused on your family?

Will you have to find a job … adding to the confusion and overwhelming changes your family is facing?  And if you’re currently working, how are you going to maintain your focus and productivity at work?

You know you need to find a good lawyer or mediator … someone you can trust!  What’s that going to cost?


There are so many decisions to be made right now … and you’re not at your best … still reeling from the emotional impact of your marriage dissolving.

Sometimes you just feel paralyzed, and tired.

Your friends and family are trying to help.  They’re giving you all kinds of advice … even when you don’t want it!  And they aren’t exactly neutral.  They definitely have their opinions on what you should do.

This is exactly where a

Divorce Coach can help.

A divorce coach is a thinking partner who’s totally objective … a project manager who’s experienced in the world of divorce …  providing you with the emotional support you need, so you make better, more informed decisions without regret.

Why a Divorce Coach?


Divorce can be overwhelming.  Your decision-making ability may be clouded by strong emotions and that can result in serious mistakes.

It’s sad, but true. Many people spend years wasting their time and money, because they can’t get past the conflict and drama.

Children can be traumatized.  But here’s the thing.  Children aren’t traumatized by the divorce itself.  Children are traumatized by the process of divorce … and the way their parents act during a divorce.

When you look back at this time, will you respect yourself?  More importantly, will you make your children proud?

A Certified Divorce Coach® can help you avoid these common mistakes:

  • Allowing your emotions to rule your decisions.

  • Forgetting to put the best interest of your children first.

  • Giving up … “throwing in the towel."

  • Not being truthful with or withholding information from your attorney.

  • Jumping into a new relationship and losing site of negotiating for what you deserve.

  • Forgetting to plan for your life after divorce.

  • Wanting certainty and a guarantee for everything.

As a Divorce Coach, I help you process the swirl of emotions you’re feeling, so you can get clarity … some perspective … and make the right decisions for your future.  My job is to help you every step of the way.

How I help …
Before, during, and after divorce

Are you considering a divorce?

I’ll help you think through your options and decide whether or not a divorce is right for you and your family.  Is your marriage salvageable?  Have you tried and tried, but still don’t know if you can make it work?  I’ll help you sort through the anxiety and confusion, so you can calmly and confidently decide if this is the right thing to do.

Are you already facing a divorce?


I’ll help you decide if you need an attorney, or if you’d you be better served by a mediator.

I’ll help you focus on your priorities.  What’s most important?  Is it your children? Keeping your home? Financial security?  Are you holding on to something that’s impairing your movement forward, but, in the long run, may actually be unimportant?

Together, we’ll get that mound of paperwork organized, making your time with an attorney more effective.  That saves you time and money.

We’ll work through all the parenting issues.  How are you going to effectively and unemotionally communicate with your ex, so your kids aren’t stuck in the middle?

Do you need to return to the work force?  I’ll help you … and your children … manage all those changes too!

Are you concerned about your social life, friends, family, and your position in social organizations?

I’ll provide you with the referrals and resources …  realtors, financial planners, Certified Divorce Financial Analysts, image consultants, health and wellness consultants, and therapists … you may need along the way.


Have you fully recovered from your divorce?

Just because your divorce is finalized, doesn’t mean that you’re suddenly a new person! Emotional recovery is hard, and it can take time.

Here are some things I can help you resolve…

  • How do I move past the resentment and betrayal of my divorce? I still feel so hurt and angry. Are there signs you aren’t coping well?

  • How do I help my kids adjust to their new reality? How do I make sure my kids aren’t playing one parent against the other?

  • How do I communicate with a person I don’t want to see? How can I best handle school events where I have to see my ex? How can I navigate holidays and summer vacations, so the transitions are easier on me … and easier on my kids?

  • When should I start dating? How can I help my kids adjust to that?

  • And most Importantly … What do I want the next chapter of my life to look like? And how do I make that happen?


Lisa Defusco Ancira, MD

Becca was my rock during the most difficult time in my life.  I felt so alone.  My parents have been married for 50 years and all of my friends were married at that time.  She showed me a path forward with grace and love.  Becca talked me through those dark moments providing support to allow me to discover my new life.  I am forever grateful for her mentorship and friendship!”

To see how I can help, schedule a confidential, complimentary coaching session with no obligation.

About Me


I’m Becca Fox.  Let me tell you a bit about me.  I was born and raised in Kentucky.  When I came to Tulane University, I fell in love with New Orleans!  So, I stayed and attended law school there.  That’s where I met and fell in love with my husband.  After law school, I practiced family law.

My life was turning out just as I imagined!  Eventually I left the practice of law to join my husband renovating and selling historic homes.  Once we had children, I pretty much stopped working outside the home.

But things didn’t turn out as I hoped.  When I filed for divorce, it felt like the death of my dreams!

All I wanted was a stable, happy family.  I tried, but that just wasn’t possible.  I felt like a complete failure.  I had made a vow … to be with my husband forever … but it didn’t work out that way.

Let me tell you what DID work.  I’ve maintained a healthy co-parenting relationship with my ex-husband.  It’s been a real struggle at times.  But we’ve done it!  And the children are better because we did.

And I’ve found love again.  I’ve married a wonderful man who’s also been divorced.  Because we’ve both experienced heartache, we’re able to more fully appreciate what we have together.

My friends and family have been inspired by how I bounced back and created a new life for myself and my kids.  For the last 10 years, I’ve coached many of them through their divorces.

And the unexpected gift is that I realized this is my calling!


So, I went back to school to become a Certified Divorce Coach® and a Divorce Recovery and Transition Coach®. It’s a perfect full circle for me.  I understand firsthand the emotions you’re faced with during this trying time and have the training to help you move through them.  And I have the added benefit of the time I spent in family law, so I understand the ins and outs of the legal system you’ll face.

I specialize in working with mothers with young children who feel overwhelmed.  I help them find the courage to face the hard decisions and have the confidence that they can stand on their own two feet … knowing they’ll be OK … and the kids will be too!

I’m here, ready to help you.


M. Casey Love

Associate Dean and Director, NTC Center for Global Education
Senior Prof. of Practice, Dept. of Political Science

“Becca was instrumental in supporting me throughout my divorce process.  She didn’t necessarily offer easy answers to my challenges; rather, she guided me in understanding my options and figuring out which ones worked for me, my former spouse, and my kids.  I am forever grateful for her open ear, her empathetic heart, and her box of Kleenex.  I am happily divorced, my children are thriving, neither of which would have been possible without Becca’s support.”

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