Jan C. Bouch, Psy.D.

The Justice Coaching Center - Jan Bouch

Jan C. Bouch, Psy.D. is owner and principal of the Justice Coaching Center, a woman owned business and consulting firm facilitating the journey of individuals and organizations as they recognize and act on current and future potential. 


Dr. Bouch is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) through the International Coach Federation. She also received certification as a Master Certified Coach and Master Certified Coach Trainer through the Center for Executive Coaching.  She believes that working with professional colleagues in a confidential and supportive relationship can enhance all aspects of an executive leader’s experience ranging from better decision making and options to enhanced communication styles and relationship among and with peers and subordinates.

Clients include judicial, governmental, private and not-for-profit agencies. She has worked internationally on rule of law projects in building administrative capacity.

For over 28 years Dr. Bouch has been presenting and educating in the areas of leadership, organizational culture, governance, supervisory and management skill development, and performance management. In 1998, she joined the faculty of the National Judicial College. Currently she is adjunct faculty for the Michigan State University Judicial Administration Program. She is a 1994 graduate Fellow with the Institute for Court Management.

Jan has published articles in the International Journal of Coaching in Organizations and The Court Manager. Her specialized training and accreditation includes adult learning theory and methodologies, strategic planning, talent management, and personality types. She enjoys being a member of the Brainy Bunch, neuro-educators teaching about the brain and brain compatible learning.

Jan C. Bouch

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Video Documenting a partnership between the Fair Justice Project and Michigan University which focused on building administrative capacity in the Ukraine Judicial System.