Lori Allemand

Lori Allemand



BSW, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
MSW, University of Nevada, Las Vegas


Lori Allemand is currently a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the State of California.  She obtained her Bachelors of Social Work from California Polytechnic University of Pomona and her Master of Social Work from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.  Mrs. Allemand brings many years of practice experience in the areas of Mental Health, Child Welfare, Family Preservation, School Social Work and Quality Assurance.   She practiced professional Social Work at The Whole Child for fifteen years as the Director of Student Services, Director of Service Coordination and also Quality Assurance Manager.  She worked as a consultant to Plaza Community Services consulting on grant writing, program development, staffing and clinical training. Mrs. Allemand teaches “Working with Groups” at Whittier College in Whittier California.   She has always enjoyed working with students and helping them turn theory to practice.  Her research interests include childhood anxiety, group work and ADHD.


Courses Taught:

  • MSW 510: Social Work Practice I 
  • MSW 511: Social Work Practice II 
  • MSW 540: Social Work Field Instruction I 
  • MSW 541: Social Work Field Instruction II 
  • M S W 542: Advanced Social Work Field Instruction I
  • MSW 543: Advanced Social Work Field Instruction II
  • MSW 550: Social Work Practice with Diverse Populations



Faculty Recognition for Extraordinary and Sustained Service 2017 Award