WALTER F. SCANLON
PhD, MBA, MAC, CASAC, SAP, CEAP
Family and Workplace Interventionist
Walter Scanlon is a program and workplace consultant with
years experience in the fields of chemical dependency treatment and employee assistance
programming. He is a family and workplace interventionist and trains professionals in the
development and application of intervention skills.
Walter Scanlon has conducted seminars, workshops, and lectures for corporations, treatment
programs, professional associations and community groups. He has appeared as a guest
speaker on network radio and television special-interest programs and serves as a
professional consultant to print media.
Walter Scanlon is an adjunct
professor at Marymount Manhattan College and a frequent guest lecturer at other
universities. He is author of three books, the latest titles include Wiley
Concise Guides to Mental Health Disorders: Substance Use Disorders (2006)
and ALCOHOLISM and DRUG ABUSE in
the WORKPLACE: Managing Care and Costs Through Employee Assistance Programs (1991), and has
published widely in related areas. These areas include brief therapy, structured
intervention, marketing health care services, employee assistance programming and chemical
Walter Scanlon holds a Doctorate of Philosophy (PhD,
Psychology) and a Master of Business Administration (MBA).
He is a nationally certified Master Addictions Counselor (MAC), a New York State
Credentialed Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselor (CASAC) and a Certified
Employee Assistance Professional (CEAP). Walter Scanlon has offices in New York City.