Ray attended Clark State in the Human Resource Management program after receiving his G.E.D., earned an undergraduate degree in business management from Antioch University, and Master of Rehabilitation Counseling degree from Wright State University, the release stated. He is experienced in Safe Space training with the LGBTQIA+ community; trauma-informed care, including sexual assault and rape; and crisis counseling, including suicide prevention.
“Arlie is a dedicated mental health counselor and certified rehabilitation counselor. He specializes in treating trauma survivors and helping individuals with mental health or developmental issues transition into the workforce,” Melinda Van Noord, counseling coordinator, said. “There is a growing need for mental health services and Arlie will help us meet our goal of increasing the availability of counseling at all college locations.”