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Worcester, MA - The Divorce Transition Professionals

Thursday, April 8, 2021, 8:30 AM until 9:30 AM
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About Divorce Transition Professionals (DTP)


Why 2.0? Well, after 10 years it is time for a change. A change in location, a change in format and a change in the design. So, we're bringing in a top-notch speaker, holding it in a top-notch location, providing all of the networking and business opportunity you could ask for with some of the best professionals in the community that specializes in working with people dealing with divorce. While this particular meeting may not have all of the following, we expect to provide continuing education, networking, study groups, break-out sessions, case consultations and more......

This event is completely free to all FIRST TIME attendees. It is an opportunity to find out what the Divorce Transition Professionals is all about, what it is about to become and how becoming a member will benefit you. So, if you are a professional in the divorce field i.e. Attorney, Accountant, Financial Professionals, CDFA, Mediator, Therapist, Realtor, Mortgage Broker etc.....please attend and check us out. There is nothing like us in the area currently.

This Month's Program

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Judeline Galek, MBA, Certified Life coach. She is a Family Recovery Support Coach, owner of Passaje LLC-making families into teams. Judy has been serving families in various capacities for the last 17 years, in the last four of those years, her commitment shifted to helping families reduce the relapse rate of drug and alcohol addiction by focusing on family-focused recovery coaching. Judy strongly believes that addiction is a family affair and that the family is the strongest asset to maintain recovery. She sets out to educate families about the recovery process and promote self-love and unity.

My mission with Passaje, LLC is to help families heal from substance use disorder. I believe addiction is a family disease, thus everyone in the family also needs help and support aside from having the addicted person seek treatment. When families are not aware of their roles and influence, and/or are having difficulties managing triggering thoughts, it complicates and deters the recovery journey for all involved.  


My wish is to help individuals in the family approach recovery as a team because no one can do it alone. Our families and friends need our help and support, especially given the fact that tough love is not always effective. There’s a fine line between enabling and effective support. Family recovery is vital.

I was born in Thomassique, Haiti in 1986. I was brought to Somerville, MA. in the summer of 1999 where I lived with my mother and my three older siblings. 


I left my mother’s house right after I graduated from high school and went straight into basic training with the Army National Guard. Before I could finish my training, I learned of fraudulent activities occurring in my checking account where I had 100% of my income directly deposited from the training I was enduring. By the time I graduated, my checking account was deeply in the red. This resulted in me being homeless for approximately seven months and living with friends.


After many trials and errors to complete some college courses at various community colleges, I managed to transfer to Worcester State University where I obtained a BS in Public Health and later completed an MBA at Western Governors’ University in Health Care Management.


I now live in Dudley, MA with my husband and my two children: my nine-year-old daughter and 16-month-old son, along with our sphinx cat, Rosie.

I have worked as: a Case Manager, a Certified Nurse’s Aide, a Massage Therapist, a Security Guard, and served approximately 10 years with the Army National Guard before I started working for Spectrum Health Systems, a rehabilitation organization for drug and alcohol addiction for about three years when I decided to become a Family Life Coach. It was here that I discovered my talent in seeing patterns and addiction-related cycles in all types of relationship dynamics, and discovered one of my purposes: to help families who are struggling with drug and alcohol addiction find healing and peace of mind.  


I love and enjoy helping individuals find patterns that are no longer self-serving and/or effective, and help them break free by adopting healthier habits, coping skills and tools.   I believe the family’s strongest asset is having ‘awareness’ of self and how certain behaviors either contribute to recovery or to addiction. 


Addiction affects us all. Addiction is not a spectator sport; our collective effort is required to maintain recovery.    

DTP Worcester, Massachusetts Chapter Leader

Lisa Casillo, Financial Advisor
Edward Jones

As an active member of the community, I speak at local community centers and am an ambassador for the Worcester Chamber. I am also the founder of the Women Connecting Worcester Style networking group and was previously compliance leader for our region.

I moved to the Worcester area from Florida in 2009 and joined Edward Jones shortly after arriving. It was a career change for me that I never knew I needed. I have been so blessed to have found the right fit for my family and me.

My branch works as a team, and together, we create an ideal and comprehensive client experience by always putting our clients' needs first. We each look forward to coming to the office every day meeting with our clients and learning about what is important to them. We use a systematic and comprehensive approach to helping client achieve their financial goals.

DTP President & Founder

Neil Palache - Financial Coach
The Wealth Creator Company For Women
                Tel: (818) 606-7327

Neil Palache is dedicated to empowering women as is shown by his involvement in many community and business organizations such as the National Association of Women Business Owners Ventura County, Women’s Economic Ventures and the International Women’s Festivals Santa Barbara. He has also started several groups such as the Money Mastermind for Women™ and the Divorce Transition Professionals™. Neil has been married to Stacie since 1987, has three beautiful children and lives and works in Westlake Village, California.