About Shawna Bush, Executive Function Coach/Tutor
Shawna Bush is an executive function coach/tutor who is passionate about her mission to support neurodivergent children and teens as well as their families.
Shawna has a wide variety of experiences in educational and related fields. Before graduate school, she worked as a preschool teacher and a Research Supervisor at Yale University on studies involving dogs, children, and families. Shawna attended the University of Connecticut and completed the Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (LEND) Program at the University of Connecticut Health Center’s Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (UCEDD). She continued to work at the UCEDD as she earned her Master’s degree and a sixth-year professional diploma in education. Shawna then completed her School Psychology internship in Loudoun County, VA, serving two elementary schools as she started her professional career.
In addition to her work with Heller Psychology Group, Shawna works for Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS). She is passionate about utilizing a strength-based approach to help others succeed in their overall self-management skills to achieve their goals.
When Shawna is not working, you can find her walking her dog, Ryder, being creative, or researching her next Disney trip.
Disclaimer: Shawna provides services through Heller Psychology Group as an executive function coach/tutor. These services are not intended to be a substitute for professional mental health care provided by a licensed mental health professional. She does not conduct psychotherapy or psychological services.