The Consilium® Process

The Consilum® Process is a unique, proprietary seven-step process developed by Heidi R. Webb and deployed solely by Consilium® Divorce Consultations, which  holistically addresses the key legal, emotional, and logistical issues people confront when facing a possible divorce, with the goal of charting the optimal path to achieving each client’s distinctive long-term life goals for themselves and their family.

Consilium® 7-step Process Elements are:
number2 Interview and Intake: What to Expect
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Assessment and Envisioning a Future
number3 Creating a Parallel Path
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Choosing the Right Divorce Process 
number5  Finding Appropriate Counsel and Professional Supports
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  Staying on Track
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  Outcomes
number2 Interview and Intake: What to Expect
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Assessment & Envisioning a Future
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Creating a Parallel Path
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Choosing the Right Divorce Process
number5 Finding Appropriate Counsel and Professional Supports
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Staying on Track
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Outcomes
 

The Consilium® Institute

Watch this space for upcoming news of The Consilium Institute’s application for qualified attorneys to become certified as Concilium DC Consultants or Affiliates.


The Consilium® Institute

Watch this space for upcoming news of The Consilium Institute’s application for qualified attorneys to become certified as Concilium DC Consultants or Affiliates.


Recommended Books

Adult Divorce Related

Surviving the Breakup
How Children and Parents Cope with Divorce
By Judith Wallerstein

The seminal author of the longest longitudinal study of children of divorce in the United States, now takes a new look at children, adolescents and parents five years post divorce.

Adult Divorce Related

Aftermarriage:
The Myth of Divorce
By Anita Wyzanski Robboy

As an experienced and wise divorce attorney Anita Robboy teaches us why divorce is neither a beginning nor an end; rather, it is an entrance into another phase in the relationship of a married couple–the years of ‘aftermarriage’.

Child Divorce Related

Dinosaurs Divorce
Marc Brown and Laurie Krasny Brown</

This is a colorful picture book for four to six year olds that uses a dinosaur motif to explore the breakup of a marriage.

Child Divorce Related

Through the Eyes of Children
by Janet R. Johnston, Carla Garrity, Mitchell Baris, Karen Breunig

Written by leading authorities on child psychology and divorce, this book is a valuable and much needed tool for parents and professionals who work with children struggling with family breakup.

Child Development

Best Friends, Worst Enemies
Understanding the Social Lives of Children
By Michael Thompson

This book offers a very insightful analysis of childhood friendship.

Self Growth

Finding The Deep River Within
A Woman’s Guide to Recovering Balance and Meaning In Everyday Life
By Abby Seixas

The author skillfully weaves together time-honored spiritual wisdom and contemporary psychological principles to give her readers a highly accessible program for bringing sanity and soul back into daily life.

Community Resources
Here are a few websites that our clients have found helpful.

Websites to Inspire

www.Ted.com
www.Tedxboston.org

TED is a small nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading.
It started out (in 1984) as a conference bringing together people from three worlds: Technology, Entertainment, Design. Since then its scope has become ever broader.
Among other projects, TED includes the award-winning TEDTalks video site where you can listen and learn from inspirational speakers.


www.DarynKagan.com

Daryn Kagan.com is for those times when a feel good, uplifting inspirational story is just what you need.  Organized by topic from Animals to World Events.

Divorce Related Supports

Financial Services

www.fpama.org

The Financial Planning Association of Massachusetts helps people improve their lives by emphasizing the benefits of financial planning. They promote financial literacy by offering free seminars to the public as well as free online financial resources including audio, video and webinars.


Personal Growth Sevices

 www.Onejouneyconsulting.com

One Journey Consulting is a coaching and consulting practice dedicated to personal renewal and rediscovery, particularly during divorce and other significant life transitions.

Further inspirational websites

www.businessinnovationfactory.com

The Financial Planning Association of Massachusetts helps people improve their lives by emphasizing the benefits of financial planning. They promote financial literacy by offering free seminars to the public as well as free online financial resources including audio, video and webinars.


www.na.sappi.com/ideasthatmatter

Ideas That Matter is a grant program aimed at helping designers contribute their talents to the charitable activities that they care about most. Sappi believes that the creative ideas of designers can have an impact beyond the aesthetic and that those ideas can be a powerful force for social good. To date, Ideas that Matter has awarded $10 million worldwide in grants supporting causes that range from youth centers and health care awareness to wildlife protection. Working together with our customers, we aim to make a difference.

Other Assistance

Larcma.org

If you have a low income and need legal assistance, contact the Legal Advocacy and Resource Center (LARC) hotline at 617- 603-1700 or 1-800-342-LAWS (5297). TTY: 617-371-1226. LARC hotline staff provide information and advice and screen cases for referral to Volunteer Lawyers Project and other legal aid programs.


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