Benjamin Luskin is a seasoned mental health professional and advocate, with a rich background in counseling, education, and community service. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies from Lewis & Clark College and a Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Walden University. His career encompasses significant roles in mental health and developmental support, including peer counseling at Lane Independent Living Alliance, behavior health specialization at Eastern Oregon Center for Independent Living, and life coaching with Launch Empowerment. An advocate for mental health and disability rights, Luskin co-founded Oregon ADAPT and has been actively involved in the Oregon SILC. His commitment to community enrichment is further evidenced through his participation in various organizations, including MindFreedom International and the McKenzie River Men’s Center. Luskin is also a published author, contributing insightful works on brain injury recovery and self-transformation. He holds certifications as a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Certified Professional Coach. His diverse experience and passion for empowering individuals underscores his dedication to improving mental health and well-being.