Megan Schilling, MS, LADC
Megan is a Co-occurring Counselor in the Men’s Program. She attended the University of Wisconsin-Stout, where she received her Masters of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with concentrations in alcohol and substance abuse and dependency and eating disorders. She has her LADC and is currently pursuing her LPCC and NCC. Megan began her career working at Lutheran Social Services as a case manager in 2018 and then transitioned to Park Avenue Center to take the role of Co-occurring Counselor. Megan is passionate about working with individuals whom have co-occurring concerns, along with those who have experienced past trauma. Megan actively spends her time expanding her knowledge in these areas, along with learning more about treating eating disorders. Megan spends her free time exercising, reading novels and listening to different types of music.