Anne Lucas

King County Collaborative Law
12025 115th Ave NE, Suite 200
Kirkland, Washington 98034
United States
Office: 425-890-3222
Member since 2007
Membership Type: IACP
Profession(s): Mental Health Professional

ANNE LUCAS spent 15 years in corporate management before earning her MA in Systems Counseling and entering private practice as a marriage and family therapist. Her work with couples in all stages of relationship as well as her organizational skills made Collaborative Law a perfect match. Over the years Anne's practice has grown to include mediation, parent coaching, therapy, teaching and training. She is the Director and owner of The Evergreen Clinic in Kirkland which consists of an independent group of therapists, psychologists and prescribers all practicing under one roof who provide mental health services to the Eastside. She has a therapy practice where she specializes in couple relationships – premarital, marital, divorce, remarriage and partnership. She works as a Divorce Coach in Collaborative Practice assisting couples in creating healthy divorce options and post-divorce relationships, a parent coach for post-divorce families and as a mediator helping resolve disputes with creative solutions. Anne is a co-founder of the Seattle Collaborative Law Training Group training attorneys, mental health and financial professionals in Collaborative Law locally and across the country. She has served on the Board of King County Collaborative Law as President, is the past president, current Board member of the Collaborative Professionals of Washington, a statewide organization and Board member for the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals. Anne is adjunct faculty at Saybrook University teaching Master's level students.

Area(s) of Practice: Divorce Coach, Mediation, Couples therapy, Parent Coaching
License(s): Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Professional Activities: Member - King County Collaborative Law Member - IACP Member - Collaborative Professionals of Washington Member - Association of Family can Conciliation Courts Member of American Counseling Association Affiliate member Alhadeff and Forbes Mediation Adjunct faculty, Saybrook University/LIOS College
Education:
Undergraduate:
BA Applied Behavioral Sciences - Bastyr University 1995

Post-graduate:
MA Systems Counseling - Bastyr University 1997
Comments: President King County Collaborative Law Chair KCCL Mentoring Committee; previous Co-Chair Cascadia Community Alliance, KCCL Family Law Practice Group Founding member and Trainer Seattle Collaborative Law Training Group
Training Offered

Basic Collaboartive Law Training
Advanced Facilitation Seminar - Beyond Interests
Facilitating Negotiations and Working with Clients
The Magic of Collaborative Coaching

Training Conducted

Basic Collaboartive Law Training
Facilitating Negotiations and Working with Clients
The Magic of Collaborative Coaching
Various speaking and training engagements as shown under trainings I have conducted

Collaborative Training Offered

Basic Collaboartive Law Training - 2009, 2010, 2011 Rachel Felbeck, Anne Lucas, John Twitchell, Mark Weiss
Facilitating Negotiations and Working with Clients - 2011 Anne Lucas, Mark Weiss
The Magic of Collaborative Coaching - 2011 Karen Bonnell, Anne Lucas
San Francisco, CA “Coaching Essentials for the Collaborative Team – Know the Value”, IACP Nov 2011 with Karen Bonnell
Bainbridge Island, WA “The Role of the Coach in Collaborative Law” presentation to Kitsap Collaborative Law group, 8/29/11
Seattle, WA 18th Annual Northwest Dispute Resolution Conference “What Focus Groups Can Tell Us About a Divorce” Co-Presenter with Courtney Kaylor and Alan Alhadeff . April 2011
Washington, DC “Adaptability and Scalability of the Collaborative Process in Support of Client-Centeredness, IACP Nov 2010 with Mark Weiss and Gwen Mathewson
Bellevue, WA “Dimensional Modeling of Roles and Resource Structures in Family Systems” presentation to WAMFT 4/29/11
Kelowna, BC Canada “Collaborative Practice Training”, March 2010 SCLTG
Everett, WA “Was it Good You Won in Court Todayz”, presentation to North Sound Collaborative Law, Oct 2009
Seattle, WA Co-Trainer “Divorce: Recipe for Disaster or Success”, CEU for mental health professionals May, 2009
Seattle, WA Co-Presenter “What Just Happenedz Uncovering the Hidden Dynamics in a Collaborative Case”, Seattle Collaborative Family Law Practice Group, Mar 2009
Kirkland, WA Co-Trainer “Nuts and Bolts for Mental Health and Financial Providers” Feb, 2009
Bellevue, WA “Lucas Model – Visual Representation of Couple and Family Structures”. WMFT, Jan. 2009
Oak Harbor, WA Panel Member “Ethics for Interdisciplinary Teams”, CPW conference, November 2008 with panel
Oak Harbor, WA Co-Trainer “Creating a Strong Team” CPW conference, November 2008 with Joe Shaub
Oak Harbor, WA Co-Trainer “Nuts and Bolts for Mental Health and Financial Providers” CPW conference, November 2008 with Wendy Rawlings
Mercer Island, WA Co-Trainer “The Art of Differentiation for Collaborative Professionals” (2 day advanced training) August, 2008
Seattle, WA Co-Presenter “Collaborative Divorce: A bridge for families and professions” WMHCA, June 2008

Collaborative Training Reference

Rachel Felbeck, J. Mark Weiss, John Twitchell - Seattle Collaborative Law Training Group
Holly Hohlbein - Kirkland, WA
Karen Bonnell - Bellevue, WA
Wendy Rawlings - Federal Way, WA