Amy Morgan is the Director of Academy Hour, a training company offering courses for professional corporations, law enforcement, and first response teams. She is earning her Doctorate of Education degree specializing in Curriculum & Training, and she holds a Master's degree in Counseling, with a Bachelor's of Science in Behavioral Sciences. She recently served as a contract Instructional Systems Designer and Trainer for the Federal Aviation Administration, using the Agile method of project management and software development, and for 3 years she served as the Training Officer for the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation.
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 has been trained by the Oklahoma Supreme Court to serve as a civil mediator, and she has achieved Mensa membership status.
Ms. Morgan writes/publishes therapy resource workbooks and training materials, is a subject matter expert and presenter of mental health training sessions for the Int'l Public Safety Association and the Justice Clearinghouse, and is the author of Post-Action Strategic Debriefing(c). Ms. Morgan also serves as a curriculum developer and instructor of mental health courses for the Commission on Law Enforcement Education and Training in Oklahoma.