Attorney Bradley L. Greene
Bradley L. Greene is a Member of the Ohio, California, New York and District of Columbia Bars. Bradley has gained extensive legal experience from his work as a solo practitioner as well as an attorney at Friedman and Gilbert and the Legal Aid Society of Cleveland. Bradley received his Juris Doctor degree from Cleveland Marshall College of Law in 1989 and his undergraduate degree in Political Science from Bowling Green State University in 1985. Bradley entered into the practice of Elder Law as a result of his father’s end of life challenges. Bradley and his family were faced with numerous care-giving obstacles and subsequently Bradley recognized that older adults and their families needed support and advocacy. Bradley and his five brothers collectively support their mother who is legally blind and living on her own. His own care-giving experiences are ideally suited to support his clients.
Bradley is the proud parent of a son and daughter. For fun, he works out and plays tennis. He is also the team manager for his son’s competitive travel baseball team.
Professional Associations and Memberships:
- National Association of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA)
- Life Care Planning Law Firm Association (LCPLFA)
- Lawyers with Purpose (LWP)
- William K. Thomas Inns of Court Eldercare Professionals of Ohio, LLC
- BNI (Hillcrest Chapter)
Past Employment Positions:
- Bartimole Greene Co., LPA
- Bradley L. Greene Co. Inc.
- Friedman and Gilbert
- Legal Aid Society of Cleveland
- Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, Cleveland, Ohio
- Member of Moot Court Team J.D. – 1989
- Bowling Green – 1985
- Major: Political Science
Heather Greene, M.Ed., LPCC, CECC
Heather has a Masters degree in Education from the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program at Cleveland State University. She is a Licensed Independent Clinical Counselor and has earned a Certificate in Elder Care Coordination from The Stockton Center on Successful Aging at the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey. She has a private practice and has treated children, adolescents and adults. Heather’s specialties include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, stress management and adjustment disorders. As a care coordinator, she has helped individuals and their families cope with permanent disability, terminal illness and end of life issues in order to help people live and die with dignity, while providing support to their loved ones. Heather’s passion is in strengthening and empowering clients to create and reach goals while enhancing their spiritual development. Heather’s positive energy allows others to feel at ease and feel comfortable opening up in order to create a healthy therapeutic relationship for positive change.
Kelsey Loushin, BA, LICDC-CS, CDP
Kelsey has been providing counseling, coaching and professional training services for various healthcare organizations, private companies and Employee Assistance Programs for over 25 years. She has a B.A. from Kent State University in Individual and Family Studies, is a Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor with Supervisory credentials (LICDC-CS), Certified Dementia Practitioner (CDP) and a Certified 2 Young 2 Retire facilitator. In 2002, she launched Eldercare Professionals of Ohio, LLC, a geriatric care management company supporting caregivers and professionals in the field of aging. The company operates three divisions; professional networking services, professional training services and care-giver coaching services. Since 1998, Kelsey has actively participated with the Northern Ohio Chapter of the Employee Assistance Professionals Association. She is currently the co-chair of their Work Life Committee and the chairperson of their Website Committee. Since 2000, Kelsey has actively supported the Cuyahoga County Conference on Aging as an active member of the conference planning committee. Since 2010 she has organized a silent auction to support Cornerstone of Hope, a non-profit dedicated to those who are grieving. Kelsey is the parent one daughter Alyssa, and is also an athlete who participates in numerous organized sports during the year including events that raise funds for non-profit organizations such as The Alzheimer’s Association and the American Cancer Society.