Jeannine Vegh

Bob ArmstrongINTRODUCTION/GENERAL COMMENTS/PERSONALS GOALS FOR INVOLVEMENT IN COLLABORATIVE FAMILY LAW CASES:

I have recently completed collaborative law and mediation training and I am anxious to get started and work on a case. Behind me, I have twenty years as a psychotherapist or social worker. Eight of these years of experience took place at a Children’s Protective Services agency in California. Here I was a participant in quite a number of mediations as well as being in Family Law and Juvenile Detention Courts to collaborate on behalf of the child. In my current private practice I have completed Level 3 Training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy and use these skills for working with couples. In addition I have conducted a number of workshops for the military, government agencies and corporate offices. I have several years of experience in Critical Incident Stress Debriefing (CISD/CISM). I look forward to talking with you and answering any questions you may have.

FIELDS OF PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE:
Counseling Psychology

PROFESSIONAL LICENSES:
IMFT (Independent Marriage and Family Therapist) Ohio license #F1000006

PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION:
Master of Arts, John F. Kennedy University 2000

UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION:
Bachelor of Arts, Antioch University 1996

COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE GROUP MEMBERSHIPS:
Central Ohio Academy of Collaborative Divorce Professionals (COACDP)

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE/ACTIVITIES:
20 years in psychotherapy or social work

PERSONAL INTERESTS/ACTIVITIES:
Barre, reading, writing, yoga, women’s history and foreign films

COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE AND RELATED SKILLS TRAINING

YearTraining TypeInstructorHours
2018Collaborative Law Introductory Interdisciplinary TrainingElaine Buck, Randi Cohen, Susan Moussi15
2018Fundamentals in MediationSupreme Court of Ohio14