Founder / Executive Training Director
Amy Morgan, MSC
Ms. Morgan is the founder and Executive Training Director of Academy Hour (www.academyhour.com), a training provider offering mental health & leadership courses to law enforcement, first response teams and public safety personnel. She is pursuing a PhD in Psychology, specializing in Trauma and Disaster Relief, has earned a Master's degree in Counseling, and holds a Bachelor's of Science in Behavioral Sciences. She previously served as the Training Officer for the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation. Ms. Morgan is TCCC (Tactical Combat Casualty Care) / LEFR (Law Enforcement First Responder) certified.
Ms. Morgan authors therapy resource workbooks & training materials, available on Amazon (keyword: DoodlyCouch). She serves as a member of the International Public Safety Association's Mental Health Committee, and as a subject matter expert and presenter of leadership & mental health training sessions for the International Association of Directors of Law Enforcement Standards and Training, the International Public Safety Association and the Justice Clearinghouse. Ms. Morgan also serves as a curriculum developer and instructor of mental health courses for the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training in Oklahoma. Ms. Morgan is a certified trainer for Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST), and is trained as a QPR (Question Persuade Refer) trainer as well as a Crisis Prevention Institute Non-Violent Physical Crisis Intervention trainer. Additionally, she is Oklahoma Supreme Court certified as a civil mediator, and she has achieved Mensa membership status.
Dr. John Duncan
Dr. John Duncan is Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, OU Health Sciences Center, College of Medicine, where he teaches about the neurobiology of addiction, psychopharmacology of non-therapeutic drug use, and medical ethics. John is also an Assistant Professor in the College of Liberal Studies at the University of Oklahoma. He has worked with CLS as a professor since 1997 and is the recipient of their 2003 “Kenneth E. Crook Distinguished Faculty Award,” for “Excellence in Teaching, and Meritorious Service to the University” the 2004 “Superior Teaching Award,” and the 2016 “Rufus Hall Outstanding Professor Award.”
In 2007 John retired after 27 years in law enforcement from the Oklahoma State Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs Control as Chief Agent. Although he worked as an undercover agent for years, the past 13 years were as an agency administrator, where he was responsible for agency direction and vision and programmatic development, specifically in the medical communities. He is the author of much of Oklahoma drug law. John has received over 6.5 million dollars in grant support for drug enforcement, treatment, and prevention programs in Oklahoma. His law enforcement experience includes extensive undercover operations, surveillance, intelligence, tactical operations, and firearms instruction. He was part of the national team that developed clandestine laboratory safety awareness and the use of protective equipment on clanlab operations. John taught this at a national level and was the author of much of Oklahoma State Law, including the first precursor control law, the ephedrine control law, the pseudoephedrine control law, and the comprehensive prescription controlled drug monitoring law.
In 1998, John developed “Science-Based Drug Education” for the United States Office of National Drug Control Policy and still teaches 40-hour schools for the United States Army National Guard, law enforcement officers, treatment professionals, and prevention specialists.
Additionally, John was a consultant for the US Department of State and the American Bar Association and traveled throughout the former Soviet Eastern-Block countries helping develop approaches to address issues of drug trafficking and governmental corruption. He served on a White House Commission that developed model legislation, was a member of the Advisory Council for Alcohol and Drug Abuse for the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, was a member of the Governor’s Committee on Substance Abuse, was the Vice-Chairman of the Oklahoma Drug and Alcohol Policy Board, and served as a member of the Oklahoma Epidemiological Workgroup.
Byron Curtis Ph.D. F-ABFT, Chief Forensic Toxicologist, Office of the Chief Medical Examiner – State of Oklahoma, Toxicology Laboratory Director
Dr Curtis has a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from Central State University (now known as University of Central Oklahoma) and a Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Sciences with emphasis in Pharmacology/Toxicology from the University of Oklahoma. Dr Curtis hold certification as a Fellow of the American Board of Forensic Toxicologists. He has been employed at the Oklahoma State Medical Examiner for the past 27 or so years. The first fifteen years were spent as a “bench” Forensic Chemist working under the direction of (in chronologic order), Richard Prouty M.S., D-ABFT, Timothy Rohrig Ph.D., F-ABFT, Philip Kemp Ph.D., F-ABFT . He has occupied the Chief Toxicologist position for the Oklahoma Office of the Chief Medical Examiner since 2009. For Dr Curtis’ doctoral research he conducted an investigation into the toxicology of the phenethylamine analog 2C-T-7 a hallucinogen structurally related to several compounds currently appearing such as 2C-B, 2C-E, BromoDragonFly etc. His previous laboratory experience varies from mining ore assays, oilfield services, waste water testing to water analysis.
Dr. Henry Cloud
Dr. Cloud is an acclaimed leadership expert, psychologist, and best-selling author. He draws on his extensive experience in business, leadership consulting, and clinical psychology, to impart practical and effective advice for improving leadership skills and business performance.Dr. Cloud is a New York Times bestselling author, and his books have sold over 10 million copies. His leadership book, Integrity, was dubbed by the New York Times as “the best book in the bunch.” In 2011, Necessary Endings was called “the most important book you read all year.” His book “Boundaries For Leaders” was named by CEO Reads in the top five leadership books of its year. Dr. Cloud’s work has been featured and reviewed by the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Boston Globe, Publisher’s Weekly, Los Angeles Times, and many other publications. Success Magazine named Dr. Cloud in the top 25 of 2014’s most influential leaders in personal growth and development. He is a frequent contributor to CNN, Fox News Channel, and other national media outlets.
In his leadership consulting practice, Dr. Cloud works with Fortune 500 companies and smaller private businesses alike. He has an extensive executive coaching background, and experience as leadership consultant, devoting the majority of his time working with CEO’s, leadership teams and executives to improve performance, leadership skills, and culture.
His experience includes three decades as a consultant, and as an entrepreneur he started and grew a successful chain of treatment centers in over 40 cities across the western United States. His experience running a business of this magnitude lends credibility to his expertise on leadership matters in the companies with which he works.
As a speaker, Dr. Cloud has shared the stage with many business and global leaders and experts, such as Tony Blair, Jack Welch, Condoleezza Rice, Desmond Tutu, Marcus Buckingham, and others.
Dr. Cloud is a graduate of Southern Methodist University, with a B.S. in psychology. He completed his Ph.D. in clinical psychology at Biola University, and his clinical internship at Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health. His philanthropic interests lie in homelessness in the inner city, as well as missions in the developing world. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Tori, and their two daughters, Olivia and Lucy. He enjoys golf, scuba diving, boating and fishing.
B.S. Psychology, Southern Methodist University
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Clinical Psychology, Biola University
Dr. Colleen Halupa
Dr. Colleen Halupa is the Dean of Online Education at East Texas Baptist University. She has an Ed.D in Curriculum and Instruction, Educational Leadership and Management, a masters and bachelors in health care administration and is a nationally certified clinical laboratory scientist. She was a health manager for over 20 years in both the private and military sectors. She is the author of Transformative Curriculum Design in the Health Sciences. She has been teaching online for over 14 years at the undergraduate, masters and doctoral level in education, health administration, clinical laboratory science, health education and health professions.
Instructor / Intern
Jessica Smith is currently a graduate student in the Human Relations Department at the University of Oklahoma. Prior to graduate school, she worked as a group therapist at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center and as a Forensic Interviewer for 8 years. Jessica is currently completing her graduate internship with Assessment, Inc. in Norman as a therapist intern. At Assessment, Inc. she leads DUI/DUS court-ordered treatment groups in addition to conducting individual and group counseling with children and first responders and their families who have experienced trauma. She also administers the MMPI and CPI to peace officer, Fire Marshall and Department of Corrections candidates. After graduation, Jessica intends on working on her candidacy for licensure with the State of Oklahoma.
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