Getting SplitReady Episode 29.3: Shadow Work as a Spiritual Practice During Divorce

The concept of shadow work was introduced by Carl Jung as a valuable method for understanding the parts of our self that we keep hidden and suppressed. Divorce can often be associated with our darker, shadow selves and understanding and addressing this can be a valuable tool in healing.

Join us for a discussion on the power of meditation during divorce with Theresa Beran Kulat from Trinity Family Law, P.C.

Also joining the panel are Freddy Zental Weaver and Dr. Elsbeth Meuth, co-founders of the TantraNova Institute, and Patrick Kalscheur from Kalscheur Conscious Family Law.


Theresa Beran Kulat

About Theresa

Founder, lead lawyer and mediator, Theresa Beran Kulat has been settling cases for over 17 years at Trinity Family Law, P.C. In 2002, Theresa attended her first Collaborative training in Illinois and took on leadership roles in the newly formed Collaborative Divorce Illinois. While raising her two children, she started her own law firm in 2003 to offer unique legal services and balance her schedule with the well-being of her family. As a pioneer in the field of Collaborative Process, she has a gift of creating clarity in the face of confusion.

Theresa served as President of Collaborative Divorce Illinois in 2016 and 2017, and currently serves on the Family Law Section Counsel of the Illinois Bar Association. She is also a member of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, Collaborative Divorce Illinois and the DuPage County Bar Association.


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