Breedlove, Scott, MS, CPS, MARS

Scott Breedlove holds a Master of Science Degree in Addiction Studies from the University of South Dakota and has 17 years of experience working with clients and serving in various roles including peer, counselor, supervisor, director and trainer. Scott currently serves as the Assistant Director for the Missouri Credentialing Board, teaches as an adjunct for Columbia College and has a private practice in which he conducts substance use disorder classes. Scott has been a master trainer for the ATTC Network since 2006 focusing primarily on Clinical Supervision training and Technology Based Clinical Supervision training. Scott is a frequent conference speaker across the nation including providing keynote sessions for the Iowa Governor’s Conference on Substance Use, the West Coast Problem Gambling Conference and the Missouri Juvenile Justice Association Conference. Scott celebrated 25 years of personal long-term recovery in September 2017 and tells his story whenever he gets a chance at recovery events, faith based events and professional conferences. On a lighter note, Scott is a sold out Dallas Cowboys fan, is an avid runner, and started his recovery journey while in college in 1992.


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