Lori J. Todd, M.A., LPC, ACS
Professor Todd has experience in the field of substance abuse counseling and prevention both in treatment and in the school setting, beginning her career at Chelsea House (Monmouth Chemical Dependency Treatment Center) and working in the Long Branch and Red Bank Regional School districts. She currently serves as a Student Assistance Coordinator at Red Bank Regional High School and president of the Association of Student Assistance Professionals of NJ, overseeing the statewide professional organization. Lori has been an adjunct professor at Monmouth University in the Educational Counseling department for several years. She earned a M.A, Psychological Counseling, a Post-masters certificate in psychological counseling, and a B.A., Criminal Justice, all from Monmouth University. She is a proud mother of her children, 8 and 13 years old.
Substance Awareness Coordinator, School Counselor, Licensed Professional Counselor, National Certified Counselor – NBCC, National Certified School Counselor – NBCC
SAC – Red Bank Regional HS, SAC – Long Branch Middle School, Counselor – Monmouth Chemical Dependency Treatment Center
Post-Master's Certificate Psychological Counseling, Monmouth University
MA Psychological Counseling, Monmouth University
BA Criminal Justice, St. Anselm College