Scott LaLonde, BS, CSAC
Alcohol Tobacco and Other Drug Abuse (ATODA), anger management, as well as therapies such as aroma therapy, breathwork, Reiki, reflexology, brain spotting and LGBTQ issues
13 and older
Clinical Substance Abuse Counseling license
Alcohol Tobacco and Other Drug Abuse license
(both through the State of Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services)
Bachelor of Arts Degree in Human Development with a minor is Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
Working towards a Master’s Degree in Social Work at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
National Association of Social Workers
I am a 60-year-old single white male. I have worked in the ATODA field for the past 22 years. All 22 years of my career have been working with the Native American People. I have worked both full- and part-time at the former United Amerindian Center, Menominee Co. in Health and Human Services, and I have been in my current position at OBH for 18 years.
I live in Green Bay with my two little Teddy Bear dogs, Sadie and Roo. I enjoy natural health, organic gardening, collecting antiques and self-care.
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