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Jeff Shushan, MA, LMHC

3727 28TH AVE. W.
SEATTLE, Washington 98199
United States
Office Phone: 206-298-9555
Member since 2007
Membership Type: IACP

Profession(s)

Mental Health Professional

Legacy Counseling, Coaching & Training: How you approach your Divorce, may help you create a 'Legacy', that still matters. Jeff brings over 34 years of experience working with relationships and personal growth, to Collaborative Divorce Coaching and Facilitation. He specializes in helping couples resolve conflict, in the context of co-creating a vision for a positive and transformed future. You can feel empowered with support, as you navigate your way through a respectful Divorce and Family Planning process.

Area(s) of Practice: Divorce Coach & Family Systems Specialist
License(s): Licensed Mental Health Counselor

Professional Activities

2009-2012 Board Member: King County Collaborative Law

Undergraduate Education

The Evergreen State College: BA, Experiential Education/Team Building, Psychology, Art 1979

Postgraduate Education

Antioch University: MA, Psychology/Marriage & Family Systems 1989

Professional Education

2006 Mediation Training University of Washington Law School 40hrs.

Comments

Jeff D. Shushan, MA, LMHC, has been working in the fields of Experiential Education, The Cultivation of Human Capacities, Trauma Recovery and Family Therapy for 34 years. In private practice since 1989, he graduated in Family Systems Psychology from Antioch University, and specializes in working with couples through all phases of relational health and transition. Jeff entered the field of Collaborative Law as a Divorce Coach in 2006. In 2008, he presented 'Legacy, Leverage and Durability' at the IACP, New Orleans Conference. He currently serves on the Board of King County Collaborative Law (2009-2012), as Co-Chair of Public Outreach. Jeff brings warmth and a capacity for creative, understandable and strategic planning. He helps to create an environment of safety and emotional support in which to solve the most difficult and pressing family concerns. Jeff's approach is influenced by: Contextual Family Therapy Theory, Trauma Theory, Body/Mind Awareness, Multi-Cultural Sensitivity and the importance of understanding Gender Role Differences. Jeff believes that a focus on creating a healthy 'Legacy' brings focus to his Collaborative Divorce Coaching.