UW-Green Bay

Sharon Locklin

Sharon Locklin

Training Manager (bhtp)

RH 310M

Sharon is currently the Training Manager for the Behavioral Health Training Partnership, which is part of the NEW Partnership for Children and Families at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. Prior to this position, Sharon was the Grant Coordinator for the Northeast Regional Crisis Grant.

Sharon holds a BS in Psychology and Criminal Justice Certificate from UW-Madison. She has worked in both Wisconsin and New Mexico as a Certified/Licensed Substance Abuse Counselor, including supervising other counseling staff at the Dane County Detoxification Center in Madison, WI and the SHARE Program in Stoughton, WI.

Sharon has also worked as a Community Support Specialist for Outagamie County in Wisconsin and as Case Manager at the Bernalillo County Mental Health Center in Albuquerque. While in Albuquerque, she was also involved in research projects related to dual diagnosis and eventually went to work at the Department of Psychiatry at the University of New Mexico, coordinating an outreach program aimed at increasing the capacity of rural providers to deal with substance abuse and mental health issues. During that time Sharon was involved with programs such as integration of behavioral health services into primary care and school settings, rural residency programs, telehealth programs, and the establishment of networks aimed at creating integrated systems of care for those with co-occurring disorders.

Sharon has presented at numerous conferences in both Wisconsin and New Mexico and has served on Boards and Committees, including the WAAODA Board, the Consumer Wellness Conference Committee and the DD Health Disparities Workgroup.