Brandi Bradbury

Director of Client Services

Brandi, a Licensed Addictions Counselor, brings with her over 25 years of counseling, case management, supervision, program development, and business management experience working within the mental health and substance abuse treatment industry.

Brandi began the first 19 years of her professional career working within three of the industry’s leading behavioral health organizations in Loa, Utah. Within these organizations, Brandi grew alongside some of today’s most renowned and inspired clinicians and leaders in the profession of private mental health treatment. Even in these early days, Brandi was recognized several times for her professional, innovative approach, progressive style of management, and ease of building authentic relationships.

 

In 2014, she found her home with Hired Power alongside longtime colleague and friend Nanette Zumwalt. Since first learning of Hired Power in 2003, Brandi believed wholeheartedly in a professional manner that Hired Power offers niche services to individuals and families suffering with substance abuse and other compulsive disorders. Brandi is dedicated to the work of Hired Power, working closely with the Executive Team and Personal Recovery Assistants, and is Case Manager on many of the cases in her role as the Director of Client Services. Brandi has a knack and passion for finding common ground to meet even the most difficult client to develop applicable, measurable steps toward long-term recovery goals.

Along with her years of dedicated work, Brandi has an extensive portfolio of training in substance abuse/addiction treatment, compulsive behaviors, coaching, mentoring, de-escalation, intervention techniques, suicide risk assessment, and she is certified in Systemic Family Intervention. Brandi will complete her Master of Healthcare Administration degree in 2022.

Those that know her will say that Brandi has a contagious passion and enthusiasm for working with adolescent, adults, and families that are suffering from the insidious disease of addiction and co-occurring disorders. Whether you meet her via phone, or in person, her genuine caring and understanding are unmistakable. Brandi’s professional principle is remaining abreast of the new developments, treatment modalities, scientific research, and information of the Recovery industry.

Brandi works primarily remotely as she resides in south-central Utah, where her roots are deep, with her husband Shane, her two sons, and her new daughter-in-law.

Most Recent Blog Posts

5 Ways To Forgive Yourself In Recovery

    Sometimes, in active addiction, we do things we aren’t proud of. We may have hurt the ones we love, do things we are ashamed of, and caused harm to ourselves. We may feel guilty, embarrassed, and angry. Although you may have gotten substance abuse treatment and are...

    Read More

    Recognizing A Problem With Alcohol

      It can be fun and relaxing to go out for drinks with your friends on Friday nights after a long work week or have a cocktail before bed. Many people drink alcohol and do so regularly, but how do you know when your drinking has become a problem? When many of us think...

      Read More

      Which 12-Step Program Is Right For Me?

        12-Step programs are a common part of addiction recovery. Many treatment programs utilize a 12-Step approach, and many of those recovering choose to attend meetings after they complete their treatment. Attending meetings can help individuals maintain their recovery...

        Read More

        HIRED POWER

        21062 Brookhurst St. #201, Huntington Beach, CA 92646

        ©2021 All Rights Reserved. Design & Development by Goldman Marketing Group | Sitemap | Privacy Policy The information available on this web site is provided for informational purposes only. This information is not intended to replace a medical consultation where a physician's judgment may advise you about specific disorders, conditions and or treatment options. We hope the information will be useful for you to become more educated about your health care decisions. If you are vision-impaired or have some other impairment covered by the Americans with Disabilities Act or a similar law, and you wish to discuss potential accommodations related to using this website, please contact us at