Behavioral Health Clinical Manager
Danielle Malo, M.Ed., LADC received an undergraduate degree in communications specializing in film and sociology. At the start of her career, she participated in creating documentaries surrounding issues facing society. She lived in New Mexico for a couple of years near the Navajo reservation in which she worked on a documentary concerning alcoholism and native Americans. This process lead to an interest in which she specialized working with individuals struggling with mental health and substance abuse. Ms. Malo studied for her Master’s Program at Cambridge College in Boston, Massachusetts in which she received her Master’s in psychology and counseling. She received licensure for Substance Abuse Clinician after meeting post Master’s degree requirements. She has worked in a management role for over 15 years in which she previously was the Clinical Director for Addiction Recovery Institute in Rhode Island prior to coming to the Indian Health Services in October 2016. Since then she is the Behavioral Health Clinical Manager for the Behavioral Health Department for Tribal Health Services at Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation. She enjoys a good laugh, vacationing in exotic destinations, and when not away you can find her on a dance floor as she loves to dance.