“Service to others is the rent you pay for your room here on Earth.” – Muhammad Ali


Public Speaking

  • Motivation
  • Positive & Negative Reinforcement
  • Human Behavior
  • Behavioral Health and Justice
  • Behavioral Health and Faith

Public Health Education Training:

Mental Health First Aid

MHFA is a public education program designed to teach community members how to identify, understand, and respond to a person experiencing a behavioral health problem or crisis; the course empowers community members and emergency responders to intervene and provide First Aid until appropriate treatment and support are received or the crisis is otherwise resolved. Individuals certified in MHFA are better equipped to answer the questions: “What can I do now?” and “Where can I direct this person to get help?”  Through MHFA training, we could have a tremendous impact on educating the general public across the USA. Through public education, stigma reduction and early intervention will improve the lives of those with behavioral health challenges.

Behavioral Health

Wellness Workshops, Seminars, and Presentations. With his rich tapestry of experience in clinical and forensic psychology, he brings an unparalleled depth to his wellness workshops, seminars, and presentations. Participants can expect a transformative journey through sessions that blend cutting-edge psychological insights with practical applications. Dr. Wright’s workshops are not just educational, but deeply engaging, often exploring the intersection of mental health with spirituality and public health. Dr. Wright’s presentations, enriched by his extensive research and real-world experiences, are designed to empower, enlighten, and inspire, making them invaluable for professionals across various sectors, including healthcare, education, law enforcement, and community services.

Consulting & Training

For behavioral health, government and Justice Partners he offers a unique blend of expertise and practical solutions. His approach is deeply rooted in his extensive experience in clinical and forensic psychology, particularly in developing collaborative strategies to support individuals with behavioral health challenges. Dr. Wright’s training sessions delve into the complexities of mental illness and substance use/dependence, providing nuanced insights for managing these challenges within the incarceration system and facilitating smoother transitions back into the community. His consultations are particularly valuable for crafting effective, compassionate strategies that bridge the gap between behavioral health services and justice systems. By focusing on collaboration and understanding, Dr. Wright equips organizations and professionals with the tools and knowledge necessary to create a more integrated, supportive environment for those facing behavioral health challenges. His guidance is not just about addressing immediate needs; it’s about fostering long-term, sustainable change that benefits individuals, communities, and the systems designed to support them.

In response to the chaos and confusion, an ever- increasing number of us are suffering physically, psychologically, emotionally, and spiritually, trying to survive the daily grind of hectic lives. In such times, it is vital that our faith "not rest on human wisdom, but on God's power" (1 Corinthians 2:5).

Faith-Based Organizations

How to develop trauma-informed congregations to support members with behavioral health challenges.

How faith and spirituality positively impact wellness and recovery.

Topics of Expertise

Points of interest and specialties include human behavior across the lifespan, group dynamics, children and youth issues, minorities in mental health, cross-system collaboration (s) between behavioral health agencies and the justice system, the Juvenile Justice System, the Adult Criminal Justice System, justice-involved persons in recovery (PIR) with severe mental health and co-occurring challenges, substance use/dependence, and dynamics of psychosocial relationships.