Scott Kuenneke, MS, LPC, BCN CALO Program's Director of Neurotherapies

Scott Kuenneke joined our team in March 2015 and began comprehensively increasing the capabilities of our NFB department. Scott was born and raised in the river city of St. Louis Missouri. He has always been interested in helping others and being an active participant in people’s transformation and change. His undergraduate degree was in psychology and religious studies from Webster University, where he spent most of his time learning about the biological underpinnings of mental health along with eastern practices of meditation and philosophy. Once he completed his Bachelor’s degree he decided to take a position with the Division of Youth Services (DYS) where he began to develop an interest in helping young kids overcome their challenges. The next step Scott took was to take a position at a clinic in St. Louis that specialized in biofeedback practices including neurofeedback and quantitative electroencephalography (qEEG). For 8 years he trained and studied the art and science of neurofeedback training and qEEG diagnostics. In 2009 he became a Board Certified Neurotherapist from the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance (BCIA). Later he finished a Master’s of Science in Mental health counseling from Walden University. This accomplishment led him to his mental health counseling training and professional experience which includes work at The St. Louis Family Courts Juvenile Detention Center and Private Practice in the St. Louis Wellness Center. Scott is very excited about being at CALO, and having the opportunity to help teens grow and develop in the healthiest ways possible. In his free time he enjoys mountain biking in the woods, and connecting with friends and family.

Zach Pratt, B.S. Neurotherapy Technician

I am from central Missouri. I graduated from Missouri State University with a degree in Wildlife Conservation and Management. After college I moved to North Carolina, where I worked for Second Nature Blue Ridge. I was a wilderness therapy field instructor for 4 1/2 years, after SNBR I moved into a Director of Operations role with Calo Young Adults. I then transeferred to the Calo Lake Ozark campus so I could be closer to family and friends. I enjoy riding my bike, camping, walking my dogs and generally being outside.

Jordan Rose Neurotherapy Technician

Jordan started her career in Residential Treatment in 2014 and accepted a position in the Neurotherapies Department in 2016. She is currently serving as a Neurotherapy Technician under the direction of our Neurotherapies Director. She is living her core purpose to help those in need by committing to consistently practice heart-centered personal engagement to fully understand the effects of childhood trauma and other diagnoses. She strives to motivate others and and discover each individual's potential to encourage the healing process and restore hope. Outside of work Jordan is a compassionate wife with a family of animals that she enjoys taking on long hikes in the Ozarks. She believes that animals have significant therapeutic value and provide many opportunities for relationships to flourish.

Andrew Parks, BS Neurotherapy Technician

Andrew Parks has worked in residential treatment for over 2.5 years since graduating from Evangel University in Springfield, MO. After working at his first facility for around a year, he heard about Calo and its revolutionary treatment model. His excitement for effective therapy and changing lives lead him to apply, and he moved to Lake Ozark whenever he was offered the job. After working on the floor with students for over a year, he was promoted to his current position as a Neurotherapy Technician. His passion for knowledge, emotional health, and people gives him the impetus to work hard to help stabilize students and provide them with lasting hope.

Jason Lay, M.Ac. Neurotherapy Technician

Prior to joining the Calo family in January of 2017, Jason Lay was a practicing acupuncturist and bodyworker in St. Louis, MO. Born and raised in Baltimore, MD, Jason has had a lifelong interest in health and wellness, particularly in mindfulness meditation, which lead to his studies in eastern philosophy and psychology at St. Mary's College of Maryland, and abroad in Thailand. After college, he trained as a massage therapist, and then in 2009, began his Master's program in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine at the National University of Natural Medicine in Portland, OR. Jason is a founding member of the St. Louis Trauma-Informed Network, and has volunteered his services at the Center for Survivors of Torture and War Trauma, a non-profit serving the mental health needs of St. Louis' large immigrant and refugee populations. Jason is very excited about his new role as Neurotherapy Technician, and about exploring the potential of this therapy to restore the cognitive-emotional self-mastery needed to live a creative, connected, and meaningful life. Jason enjoys watching science fiction, listening to podcasts, cooking, and writing.

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