Jeff Schnoor, MS, QMHP-CS, Life Coach, ORDM, CCTSA, CCTSS, NCACIP, CM, CAI
Jeff Schnoor has degrees from San Antonio College in Human Services with a specialization in Addiction Counseling, a Bachelor of Science in Counseling Psychology from Prescott College, a Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health with an emphasis in Addiction Counseling from Prescott College (CACREP certified), and a graduate certificate in Equine Assisted Mental Health.
Jeff was trained personally in the Johnson Model intervention method. Most recently he trained in the ARISE Intervention Model (Evidence-Based). He is also trained in the RAAD Model through The Addiction Academy. He brings a mindfulness approach to what he does.
Jeff has 18 years of experience in the mental health and substance abuse/dependence industry, working in treatment facilities both residential and outpatient, Development Centers, DETOXs, Specialty courts (DWI, Drug and Alcohol, Veterans, and Mental Health), and State Hospitals. He has worked in positions from psychiatric tech, case manager, admissions, DETOX, Counselor Intern, and Interventionist working with mental health and addictions suffering from Co-Occurring disorders.
Jeff served in the U.S. Army and Texas National Guard. Jeff is in recovery and celebrating his 20th year of sobriety. Jeff has seen the darkness of addiction from childhood to adulthood and is a survivor.