Joanie Winberg

Joanie Winberg is the CEO of the National Association of Divorce for Women and Children http://www.FreshStartAfterDivorce.com, a Divorce Mentor and a Certified Human Behavior Consultant. She is the founder of the Single Again! Now What? Mentoring Programs and has been helping 100's of people nationwide for over 10 years with the necessary tools/skills to navigAate the pitfalls of divorce and co-parenting. To her clients, she is known as a personal advisor, a sounding board, a cheerleader and a strategist.  As a mentor, she is someone who is specifically focused on you and your success.

Joanie is also the founder and co-host of The Divorce View Talk Show. The weekly show is an uplifting show to support you, make you laugh or just be the thing you need to hear at this time in your life. For more information, go to www.DivorceView.com. Joanie is a contributing expert at HopeAfterDivorce.org.

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