Mary Colleen O’Callaghan-Miele is the Founder,
President, and CEO of HeadsUp Guidance and
Wellness Centers of Nevada.
Colleen specializes in Clinical and Medical Hypnotherapy, MERT-Mental Emotional Release Therapy, and NLP Neuro-Linguistic Programming. Colleen has reached Level 4 in the ancient Hawaiian empowerment techniques of HUNA and has studied extensively at Kona University.
In the spring of 2008, in collaboration with the City of Las Vegas Housing Authority, Colleen began to set the groundwork that would ultimately become what is now HeadsUp Guidance and Wellness Centers.
Since it’s opening in October 2008, Heads Up has served over 8000 clients from lower socio-economic situations, and has helped those clients and their families live lives of greater peace and function. Colleen’s function in serving this community and state seems to be inherited from her parents, who dedicated their lives to serving Nevadans in need.
Colleen serves the clients of HeadsUp Guidance and Wellness Centers in many ways, but most enjoys using her skills of emotional and mind management. As a Master Clinical Hypnotherapist and Master Practitioner of a number of healing arts, Colleen creates environments of safety and nurturing where deep and long lasting change takes place. Her clients report amazing results that continue to benefit them over time.
The results of her work have been documented in a study sponsored by HeadsUp and presented to the 24th American Psychiatric and Mental Health Congress held in Las Vegas in November of 2011.
Colleen is the proud mother of 6 sons: Matthew, Justin, Joshua, Mark, Christopher, Timothy and grandmother of Matthew. She enjoys travel, animals, nature, and cooking.
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Patrick Ross Scott, PhD, LCSW, DCSW, FAPA, is Executive Vice President and Clinical Director of Heads Up Guidance & Wellness Centers of Nevada.
Former clinical social work specialist and clinical manager at the Emergency Department of Huntington Memorial Hospital in Pasadena, California, Dr. Scott brings additional specialties in mental health, healthcare administration, mediation, crisis intervention, and conflict resolution between disparate groups.
For the past 20 years, he has consulted with, trained, and coached several healthcare organizations and Fortune 50 Corporations as well as many non-profit organizations. Dr. Scott coaches in the arenas of leadership development, communication, and accountability.
Bringing a wealth of experience in human behavior, Dr. Scott is committed to assisting individuals, families, and organizations toward the integration of the essential elements of physical, intellectual, emotional, intuitive, and spiritual resources toward achievement of organizational objectives, personal development, and lasting, foundational effectiveness.
Dr. Scott is a Diplomate in Clinical Social Work (DCSW) and a Fellow of The American Psychotherapy Association (FAPA), a Charter Member of The Association for Integrative Psychology (AIP), a Certified Master Practitioner of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), a Certified Master Practitioner of Time Empowerment Techniques (TET) and a Certified Master Hypnotherapist. Additionally, he is a member in good standing of The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) and The American Psychotherapy Association (APA).
In 2008, Dr. Scott was inducted into The Cambridge Who’s Who Executive, Professional and Entrepreneurial Registry as a VIP and Lifetime Member, having been recognized for showing dedication, leadership, and excellence in all aspects of behavioral health care.
Dedicated to assisting individuals and organizations to realize their full potential, Dr. Scott works with communities to build trusting relationships in and out of the clinical arena. His strong background in education and human relations contributes to developing safe environments that foster independent learning through self-evaluation and uncommon collaboration.
Dr. Scott holds a PhD in Clinical Hypnotherapy from American Pacific University, a Bachelor of Science degree in Education from the University of Minnesota, and a Master of Social Work degree from California State University-Long Beach.
He retains licenses in clinical social work (LCSW) by The California Board of Behavioral Sciences and the State of Nevada Board of Examiners for Social Workers. Dr. Scott also maintains a private psychotherapy practice in Las Vegas, Nevada, where he specializes in work with traditionally under-served populations.
Dr. Scott is Adjunct Assistant Professor of Hypnotherapy, Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP) and Energy Work for Touro University Nevada, and has served as Adjunct Professor of Social Work for California State University-Long Beach. He has also supervised graduate students from the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), University of Southern California (USC), and Loma Linda University.
He currently supervises undergraduate students, graduate, and post-graduate interns in the behavioral sciences from University of Nevada Las Vegas, Regis University, Kapella University, and The University of Phoenix. Dr. Scott has been officially recognized by the American Red Cross in appreciation of his commitment to tissue transplant recipients and their families.
His rich experiences of living and traveling throughout the world have fostered a passionate concern for the issues and challenges of our increasingly diverse and global communities.
Dr. Scott’s vision is to assist individuals and groups to take greater responsibility for improving the quality and effectiveness of their personal and professional lives. His commitment is to create bridges of dialogue and shared vision.
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