In this episode we discuss what it's like for mental health professionals to intervene in mental health crises with alongside law enforcement. Our outstanding guests come from two different programs in two different states, and they outline their experiences beautifully with regard to all the laws and policies that fold into and regulate this effort, including so-called "red flag laws." Ryan has been a mental health co responder with the Estes Park, CO Police Department for two and a half years. He spent ten years working as an EMT on the Estes Park Health Ambulance Service before becoming a counselor. Ryan has also worked in education, both as a counselor and an instructor at Colby College in Kansas and continues to teach part time. He is also a PhD candidate in positive neuropsychology.Christy is a military veteran currently licensed in Nevada as a Clinical Professional Counselor, and Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor, as well as being nationally certified as a Master Addiction Counselor. She is the mental health counselor supervisor for the Mobile Outreach Safety Team (MOST). She has worked with law enforcement in the capacity of MOST for eight years and is part of the Critical Incident Negotiation Team (CINT) with the Reno Police Department. Christy attends the CINT monthly trainings and is part of the team that is called out during critical incidents and negotiation is needed. She is certified to ride a bike with the Downtown Enforcement Team (DET) to have that face-to-face interaction with the homeless and those struggling with severe mental illness who reside in the downtown Reno area.
Episode 16: Paula and Ryan Hale with Action Potential Health & Wellness
Paula and Ryan Hale have a health and wellness practice on the third floor of The Church Shops. Ryan is a counselor and Paula provides massage therapy in this beautiful, sunny spot. They talk about the services they provide and about how their own family has learned to thrive in the pandemic by "normalizing" and getting things into context. And watching Marvel movies.... Stay in touch with them on Facebook or contact them directly: Contact Ryan about a counseling appointment at 970-215-4030 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Contact Paula for massage at 720-235-2408 or email@example.com.
Show Notes: The amazing culture of activity transformation that has been underway in the Northwest Arkansas region over the past couple of decades is an encouraging narrative that serves as a testament to what is possible and we believe it is truly an inspiring story for other cities across North America and around the world.Ryan Hale has been in the middle of this community evolution over the past couple of decades and provides a fascinating view of the process and how the region continues to strive for additional active mobility improvements.Additional Helpful Links:The landing page for this episode on the Active Towns website for more photos and contentRyan's firm: LaneshiftThe Walton Family FoundationSoderquist Leadership Center which was rebranded as Milestone Leadership in 2018A story about the Denmark Study Tour - Walton Family FoundationA story about the Denmark Study Tour - in the local newsAnother story about the Denmark Study Tour - in the local newsThe Lebron James Interview about BicyclesNWA Mtn Biking OZ Trails Bike NWA - Local Non-Profit NWA Best Trails in the Nation The Bike Snob goes to NWA PeopleForBikes summary of NWARogers’ Railyard Bike ParkBoulder Valmont Bike Park Walton Family Foundation/PeopleForBikes Economic Impact StudyNational Interscholastic Cycling Association (NICA)Northwest Arkansas CouncilShow Credits: Audio Production by Active TownsA not-for-profit organization dedicated to helping communities create a Culture of Activity.Creative Commons License: Attributions Non-Commercial No Derivatives 2021Please consider supporting the Active Towns Podcast by making a donation or becoming PatronBe sure to check out our video podcasts on our YouTube ChannelYou can reach John Simmerman by email at firstname.lastname@example.org Music: Various Logic Pro X mixes by John★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
This episode we have Ryan Hale, founder of No Coincidence joining the party! Sometimes in life, it may feel like we don’t understand why things are happening the way they are and especially to us! We talk about there being no coincidences in life and ways to overcome those hardships! This episode is packed with many gems from temptations to dating to difficulties in life. This is truly an episode you don't want to miss it! BeBold. BeExclusive. BeEnough.
In this episode, Joe interviews Ryan Hale, pastor of Gateway Community Church in Salem, Oregon. They discuss the beginnings of the Gospel Guy ministry, the influence it has held for Ryan as a pastor, and some of the reasons why evangelism is difficult.