Matt Gullett first came to The Seattle School as a counseling student, and graduated with his MACP in 2011. Since then he has spent time working in community mental health and developing his private practice. Prior to coming to The Seattle School as a student Matt worked for over fifteen years in many different library environments and as a consultant to libraries. He was very active in the library profession, writing, presenting and serving on local, state and national committees. In 2006, he was named by Library Journal a Mover & Shaker in Libraries for his work with youth and technology learning. Matt received his Bachelor of Science in Economics & History (1990) from Illinois State University, a Master in Library Science from Indiana University (1994), and a Master of Counseling Psychology from The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology (2011). Outside of work, he enjoys spending time with his wife (Suzy), daughters (Abby and Allison), son (Sam), four legged friend/dog (Ollie – Lab/Aussie mix), chickens (Eunice, Francis, Genevieve, Helen & Libby), and rabbits (Velma & Shaggy).