Thomas P. “Pete” Ryan, LCSW
Behavioral Health, Clinician
Alaska Board of Social Work Examiners.
Pete earned a Bachelor of Social Work degree from Lewis-Clark State College (now called Lewis-Clark State University) in Lewiston, Idaho, and a Master of Social Work degree from Eastern Washington University in Cheney, Wash. Pete returned to SEARHC in 2011 after working the previous four years in children's mental health with Community Connections in Craig. Pete worked as a behavioral health clinician at the SEARHC Alicia Roberts Medical Center from 2005-07. Before that he worked with Idaho Child Protective Services. He also is an honorably discharged veteran of the U.S. Air Force. He is behavioral health clinician at the Alicia Roberts Medical Center and regional behavioral health supervisor for Prince of Wales Island.
Pete's clinical interests include domestic violence and child welfare. Pete provides services to individuals and families in all the individual communities of Prince of Wales Island. He has been an active participant in various island groups including HOPE (Helping Ourselves Prevent Emergencies) and the Prince of Wales Health Network.