gilmartinKevin M. Gilmartin, PhD

Emotional Survival

Dr. Kevin Gilmartin is a behavioral sciences and management consultant specializing in the law enforcement and public safety areas.  He formerly spent twenty years in law enforcement in Tucson, Arizona.  During his tenure, he supervised the Behavioral Sciences Unit and the Hostage Negotiations Team. He is a former recipient of the IACP-Parade Magazine National Police Officer Service Award for contributions during hostage negotiations.   He presently maintains a consulting relationship with law enforcement agencies nationally in the U.S. and in Canada.  He holds adjunct faculty positions with The University of Massachusetts Police Leadership Institute, and The Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas at Sam Houston State University.  He is a guest instructor at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia and a faculty member of the FBI Law Enforcement Executive Development Institute (LEEDS, EDI and the National Executive Development Institute). He is retained by several Federal law enforcement agency critical incident response teams. He is a charter member of the IACP: Psychological Services Section and former vice-president of the Society of Police and Criminal Psychology. He holds a doctoral degree in clinical psychology from the University of Arizona.  In addition to being the author of the book Emotional Survival for Law Enforcement, he is the author of numerous articles published by the Dept. of Justice, the IACP, and the FBI.  He is a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps and resides in Portland, Oregon and Tucson, Arizona.

reyesRaymond F. Reyes, PhD

The Spiritual Literacy of Self-Care: Making Sense of the Nonsense that Happens to the Caregiver

Dr. Raymond F. Reyes is currently the Associate Mission Vice President for Intercultural Relations at Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington. Prior to this administrative appointment he was an Assistant Professor in the School of Education at Gonzaga University. He had a joint appointment teaching classes at both the undergraduate and graduate level for the Department of Teacher Education and the Department of Administration, Curriculum & Instruction (ACI). In addition, he has taught graduate leadership classes in the School of Professional Studies. For the College of Arts and Sciences, he has taught undergraduate courses in the Department of Sociology and the Department of Religious Studies. For the School of Business he has taught a graduate seminar for the MBA program on tribal leadership. Prior to this faculty appointment he was the Director of Gonzaga University's Northwest Indian Education Technical Assistance Center Three. The Center provided technical assistance and training to 200 school districts in 7 western states. Raymond has been with the Gonzaga University since 1988.

Prior to coming to Gonzaga University, he served as the Administrative Director for the Coeur 'D Alene Tribe of Idaho. He has 28 years of experience in Indian Education and professional development training. Raymond has conducted hundreds of training and technical assistance seminars throughout the United States and Canada. His areas of scholarship and expertise are institutional diversity planning, implementation and evaluation, optimizing organizational performance through intercultural competence and multicultural literacy, human development and learning, leadership development and cultural pedagogy. Dr. Reyes is a certified administrator for the Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI), a valid and reliable assessment instrument that measures both individual and group intercultural competence. Raymond has delivered workshops and seminars addressing the following topics: multicultural education; emotional intelligence, diversity and organizational change; application of neuroscience research (brain-based learning) to the classroom; healing and recovery (alcohol and drug education); cultural competency in counseling psychology; working with at-risk youth; Ignatian spirituality and leadership development; Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligence; talented and gifted program development; team building using laughter, humor and play; organizational development issues (strategic planning) and numerous other topics addressing culturally related academic needs.

Raymond is the proud father of a sixteen-year old son, a thirteen-year old daughter and a six old son. These three angels are the master teachers in his life who offer the critical lessons on what it means to be human. In 1996 he was awarded the Eugene T. Carothers Human Relations Award for outstanding service in the fields of human rights and human relations by the National School Public Relations Association. In 1999, Gonzaga University named Raymond the Tucker Memorial Lecturer and he delivered a presentation on organizational mission at a Jesuit University entitled: “Hope: Spirit of the Hive for Soul’s Journey Through Organizational Life.” He loves to run and has successfully completed eleven 26.2-mile marathon road races.

gilmartinKevin M. Gilmartin, PhD

Emotional Survival

Dr. Kevin Gilmartin is a behavioral sciences and management consultant specializing in the law enforcement and public safety areas.  He formerly spent twenty years in law enforcement in Tucson, Arizona.  During his tenure, he supervised the Behavioral Sciences Unit and the Hostage Negotiations Team. He is a former recipient of the IACP-Parade Magazine National Police Officer Service Award for contributions during hostage negotiations.   He presently maintains a consulting relationship with law enforcement agencies nationally in the U.S. and in Canada.  He holds adjunct faculty positions with The University of Massachusetts Police Leadership Institute, and The Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas at Sam Houston State University.  He is a guest instructor at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia and a faculty member of the FBI Law Enforcement Executive Development Institute (LEEDS, EDI and the National Executive Development Institute). He is retained by several Federal law enforcement agency critical incident response teams. He is a charter member of the IACP: Psychological Services Section and former vice-president of the Society of Police and Criminal Psychology. He holds a doctoral degree in clinical psychology from the University of Arizona.  In addition to being the author of the book Emotional Survival for Law Enforcement, he is the author of numerous articles published by the Dept. of Justice, the IACP, and the FBI.  He is a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps and resides in Portland, Oregon and Tucson, Arizona.

reyesRaymond F. Reyes, PhD

The Spiritual Literacy of Self-Care: Making Sense of the Nonsense that Happens to the Caregiver

Dr. Raymond F. Reyes is currently the Associate Mission Vice President for Intercultural Relations at Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington. Prior to this administrative appointment he was an Assistant Professor in the School of Education at Gonzaga University. He had a joint appointment teaching classes at both the undergraduate and graduate level for the Department of Teacher Education and the Department of Administration, Curriculum & Instruction (ACI). In addition, he has taught graduate leadership classes in the School of Professional Studies. For the College of Arts and Sciences, he has taught undergraduate courses in the Department of Sociology and the Department of Religious Studies. For the School of Business he has taught a graduate seminar for the MBA program on tribal leadership. Prior to this faculty appointment he was the Director of Gonzaga University's Northwest Indian Education Technical Assistance Center Three. The Center provided technical assistance and training to 200 school districts in 7 western states. Raymond has been with the Gonzaga University since 1988.

Prior to coming to Gonzaga University, he served as the Administrative Director for the Coeur 'D Alene Tribe of Idaho. He has 28 years of experience in Indian Education and professional development training. Raymond has conducted hundreds of training and technical assistance seminars throughout the United States and Canada. His areas of scholarship and expertise are institutional diversity planning, implementation and evaluation, optimizing organizational performance through intercultural competence and multicultural literacy, human development and learning, leadership development and cultural pedagogy. Dr. Reyes is a certified administrator for the Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI), a valid and reliable assessment instrument that measures both individual and group intercultural competence. Raymond has delivered workshops and seminars addressing the following topics: multicultural education; emotional intelligence, diversity and organizational change; application of neuroscience research (brain-based learning) to the classroom; healing and recovery (alcohol and drug education); cultural competency in counseling psychology; working with at-risk youth; Ignatian spirituality and leadership development; Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligence; talented and gifted program development; team building using laughter, humor and play; organizational development issues (strategic planning) and numerous other topics addressing culturally related academic needs.

Raymond is the proud father of a sixteen-year old son, a thirteen-year old daughter and a six old son. These three angels are the master teachers in his life who offer the critical lessons on what it means to be human. In 1996 he was awarded the Eugene T. Carothers Human Relations Award for outstanding service in the fields of human rights and human relations by the National School Public Relations Association. In 1999, Gonzaga University named Raymond the Tucker Memorial Lecturer and he delivered a presentation on organizational mission at a Jesuit University entitled: “Hope: Spirit of the Hive for Soul’s Journey Through Organizational Life.” He loves to run and has successfully completed eleven 26.2-mile marathon road races.