Ryan Burke works with both Intensive Outpatient and Adolescent treatment programs at the Curran-Seeley Foundation. His background is in mental health counseling with a focus on at-risk youth and individuals with disabilities. His current interests include how to incorporate the fields of neuroscience, consciousness studies and evolutionary psychology into an addictions treatment program. His main therapeutic influences include the field of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Positive Psychology, and Dialectic Behavior Therapy. Burke earned his bachelor’s degree from Hamilton College, receiving a double major in psychology and sociology, and went on to gain his Master’s in mental health counseling from Adams State University. His Mindstrength Project has been featured in Men’s Journal, Jackson Hole News & Guide, Wyoming Public Radio, and Stio Magazine. He established the Around the Clock Triathlon, Perception Traverse, and Fight or Flight Traverse in the Teton Range, helped guide the first female blind climber up the Grand Teton. He has completed a round trip Grand Teton trip in 3:35 and climbed the mountain three times in a 24-hour period. He is the record holder for the Picnic Triathlon, Moranic Triathlon, and Buck Mtn. Triathlon.