Consilium Spotlight – Tomi Hanson

Tomi Hanson was amongst our inaugural cohort of Consilium trainees, and is now part of the vanguard of those implementing the Consilium® Process. 

After graduating from the University of Denver School of Law in 2007, she earned her Masters Degree in forensic psychology and since that time she has deftly applied her skills and expertise representing children and families. Tomi brings many lenses to her practice as her experiences range from clerking for judges to representing the best interests of neglected and abused children. Since 2016, the National Academy of Family Law Attorneys has selected Tomi as a “Top 10 Under 40” attorney, and in Colorado she is recognized as a “Top 10 Family Law Attorney” and “Top 10 Female Attorney”.  She has been practicing family law with Peek and Goldstone in Fort Collins, Colorado, since 2019.  

When asked how the Consilium training would impact her family law practice, she said It would  improve outcomes for families, and help her to increase the support system, tools, and resources available to clients for moving forward in their lives. She added that her personal takeaways included focusing on a more holistic view of the client and more comprehensive ways or views for resolving the issues in a client’s case, being selective about phrasing and word choice, focusing on a client’s goals and empowering them to think past the current situation and into long-term goals, what they want their life to be like long-term, and helping them get there.

When Tomi is not working on resolving cases of family law, she enjoys practicing yoga and meditation, running, reading and hiking.  And being the empathic giver that she is, she enjoys volunteering for animals and fostering dogs.  

With enormous pleasure, we welcome Tomi as a Consilium Certified Attorney!

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