Matt Gullett, MLS
Matt Gullett first came to The Seattle School as a student and in 2011 graduated with an MA in Counseling Psychology. Since graduating he has been working in community mental health at Catholic Community Services in Tacoma and developing his private practice, Gullett Counseling. Prior to coming to The Seattle School as a student, Matt worked as a librarian for over fifteen years in many different library environments and as a consultant to libraries. He has had active seasons in the library profession, writing, presenting and serving on local, state and national committees. In 2006, he was nationally recognized by being named a Library Journal a Mover & Shaker for his trendsetting work.
Educationally, 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 Arts Counseling Psychology from The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology (2011).
Along with his role as a librarian, Matt continues to maintain his psychotherapy practice, particularly focused on work with men (individuals & groups) who struggle in relationships, intimacy, and addictions.