Kelly Scanlon, LICSW
Program Director, Program of Assertive Community Treatment (PACT)
Kelly Scanlon, LICSW, is the program director at McLean Hospital’s Program of Assertive Community Treatment (PACT). Since 2014, Ms. Scanlon has worked as a licensed independent clinical social worker in various levels of care at McLean and has supervised junior social workers preparing for their licenses. Her past experience also includes work as a psychiatric clinician in the correctional system.
In 2020, Ms. Scanlon completed a three year fellowship in the Clinical Scholars program, a national leadership program supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, that invests in innovative health care professionals who are passionate about equitable health care access for all.
Education & Training
- 2010 BSW, Florida Atlantic University
- 2012 MSW, Boston College Graduate School of Social Work
- 2010 BSW Internship, Domestic Violence Unit, Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office
- 2011 MSW Internship, Thompson Elementary School
- 2011-2012 MSW Internship, Massachusetts Department of Correction/Bridgewater State Hospital
- 2017-2020 Clinical Scholars Fellowship, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
- 2014 Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker, Board of Registration of Social Workers, Commonwealth of Massachusetts