Karen Bonnell, Divorce Coach
Karen Bonnell, ARNP, MS
9 Lake Bellevue Drive, #217
Bellevue, WA 98005
Karen has extnesive experience working with families -- and over the last 7 years, she has been coaching families as they move from a "one-house" to a "two-house-family". She provides psycho-educational information to assist parents in supporting their children through what can be very difficult, but "growth-producing" change. She provides emotional & strategic guidance to create the best parenting plan possible. She helps spouses navigate the difficult emotional terrain of separating and re-forming new relationships for a strong and constructive future.
Credentials: Board Certified in Adult Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing; Licensed in the State of Washington as an Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner. Compassionate Listening Trainer Karen is a regular provider of professional continuing education to both health care and legal professionals. Karen is the author of "The Co-Parents' Handbook: Raising Well-Adjusted, Resilient, and Resourceful Kids in a Two-Home Family from Little Ones to Young Adults."
Group Memberships: Collaborative Professionals of Washington King County Collaborative Professionals International Academy of Collaborative Professionals Karen has served on the Boards of both King County Collaborative Law and Collaborative Professionals of Washington. She is a founding member of CPW.
Collaborative Role(s): Coach
Anne R. Lucas
The Evergreen Clinic
13128 Totem Lake Blvd. 206
Kirkland, WA 98034
425-821-1810 ext 305
Anne Lucas is the Clinical Director of the Evergreen Clinic in Kirkland where she has had a therapy practice specializing in couples for the last 13 years. In addition to her therapy practice, Anne is a Collaborative Coach participating in over 130 collaborative and mediation cases over the last six years in both King and Kitsap Counties. She has a growing mediation practice and has been an Affiliate of Alhadeff and Forbes Mediation in Seattle for two years. In addition to her therapy and Collaborative practice, Anne is also a trainer and teacher. She is one of four founders of the Seattle Collaborative Law Training Group and through that organization has trained future Collaborative practitioners throughout the United States and Canada. She is adjunct faculty er at Saybrook University/LIOS College teaching masterís level therapists and is a supervisor for post-graduates seeking licensure. Anne has been very active in the Collaborative community creating and serving as chairs of several practice groups, including King County Collaborative Law where she has served on the Executive committee for three years with her last position being that of president.
Credentials: Licensed Mental Health Consuler
Group Memberships: Seattle Collaborative Law Group, King County Collaborative Law, American Consuling Association, Alhadeff and Forbes Mediation
Collaborative Role(s): Coach, Mediator