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July 3, 2019

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May 18, 2018

Staying "un-divorced" is about shining the light of consciousness on just the right areas.

Many couples come to us in crisis, and learn that Couples Mediation can be a supportive process to help them get clear on their joint vision and conscious commitments. The resulting "relationship contract" often includes provisions for how partners talk to each other, how they make decisions, how they spend money, when and how they spend time together, and the like. If I'm doing my job right as couples mediator, the simple agreements I help people reach are like acupuncture needles, helping unblock the energy channels and allowing affinity and love to flourish. (Instead of the poison that typically courses thr...

June 15, 2017

As a business owner today, you are constantly adapting to change, while also looking to boost productivity and minimize risk and expenses.  Divorce may be a huge hidden drain on your  bottom line that few are talking about.  And yet it’s true that 30-50% of your married employees are destined to go through a divorce.  

And divorce can have a big impact on workforce productivity.

As business owners we care about our employees. We offer paid time off, health benefits, retirement support and in-house amenities to support their happiness and productivity. But when it comes to employees going through divorce, support can often be lacking. Divorces can be messy, complicated, and toxic,...


The following is excerpted from the book The Collaborative Divorce Advantage, now available on Amazon.

Reaching a divorce settlement does not necessarily reduce the harmful consequences of divorce. The important thing is reaching an agreement in a healthy way that stands up long-term and avoids ongoing conflict. Conscious Divorce Mediation professionals support this goal by (A) identifying specific values that the parties commit to upholding; (B) helping the parties with holistic preparation for the mediation process; (C) skill building; and (D) offering or directing the parties to post-divorce support.

Committing to Values

One of the ways Conscious Divorce Mediation supports a healthy process is to...

November 21, 2016

Gratitude is not only the greatest of virtues, but the parent of all others.” -Cicero

We all know that the Thanksgiving holiday is about giving thanks. Nevertheless, in the bustle (and stress) of the holiday season—as well as in the eagerness to dive into comatose-inducing consumption of bountiful spreads—the actual practice of gratitude often gets short shrift at the holiday table.

Psychologists who have studied the issue assert a regular gratitude practice has a number of significant, measurable benefits, including improved mental and physical health and quality of relationships. This year, as many people are feeling the weight of a divisive election season, and some find themselves worrying about...

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