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Brad Schweitzer, MS, CADC, CIP, CRS, CRSS

Owner/Director of Training Development & Facilitation

                                                     Brad Schweitzer has been working within the behavioral health field for over 15 years. His                                                                              treatment work experience includes: Associate Director of Operations, Peer Support Supervisor,                                                                    Recovery Support Services Supervisor, Therapist, Case Manager, Mental Health Recovery Coach,                                                                    and Addictions Navigator. He is the Owner of Behavioral Health Education Services LLC, for which                                                              he develops and facilitates trainings focused on professionals seeking Pennsylvania                                                                                          Certification Board (PCB) approved education for initial and recertification purposes. He is one of the Lead Subject Matter Experts (SME) for the PCB Approved CRS/CFRS Curriculum released in January 2021  and one of the PCB Master Trainers responsible for training all future CRS/CFRS trainers. Brad Schweitzer holds an A.A. in Psychology, B.A. in Behavioral Health – Addictions, and a M.S. in Human and Social Services. His professional credentials include: Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC), Certified Intervention Professional (CIP), Certified Recovery Specialist (CRS), and Certified Recovery Specialist Supervisor (CRSS). He also has been a presenter at the 2018, 2019, and 2023 PCB Annual Conferences. His focus on the development of quality professional education offerings helps to fulfill one of his passions; to thoroughly train individuals seeking the Certified Recovery Specialists (CRS), Certified Family Recovery Specialist (CFRS), and/or Certified Recovery Specialist Supervisor (CRSS) certifications. He takes great pride in preparing professionals to collaboratively work with individuals to overcome personal barriers and access resources needed to promote and strengthen their ongoing behavioral health and mental health wellness.


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