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Director, Idaho

Brandi Warnke, LCSW

Undergraduate Education:

Idaho State University, BA Arts in Social Work, Graduated in August 2004

Graduate Education:

Northwest Nazarene, Masters of Social Work with an emphasis in Clinical Work-Graduated in August 2012 

Professional Licenses:

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Clinical Training/Certifications:

Qualified Substance Use Disorder Professional, Moral Reconation Therapy, GAIN Trainer, Stewards of Children Trainer, Dialect Behavioral Therapy, Feedback Informed Therapy, Child Custody Evaluator, Substance Use Disorder Supervisor, Clinical Licensure Supervisor

Counseling Services: 

Assessments, Individual Therapy, Group Therapy, Couples Therapy

About Brandi:

Brandi Warnke is currently a licensed clinical social worker and a qualified substance use disorder professional and has been providing and coordinating behavioral health services to adults and adolescents since 2004. She has extensive training in dialectical behavioral therapy and refers to herself as a feedback informed therapist. She understands that the therapeutic alliance is the most valuable impact on supporting individuals in reaching their full potential and achieving their desired goals. Brandi has been privileged to witness clients transform their lives from secrets and shame to acceptance, openness, and pride. She is grateful for each opportunity for change.

During her career, she has had the opportunity to hold many leadership roles. In 2008, she opened and operated a private counseling agency primarily focused on serving those within the criminal justice system. In 2014, she moved into the public sector and accepted a position as the Chief Operating Officer and Clinical Supervisor with D7 Treatment, the drug court treatment program for District 7 - Idaho. In October of 2019, Brandi accepted a position with High Country Behavioral Health as the assistant director in Idaho. These positions have all placed her in a position of management over staff, clinical supervision, facility operation, program maintenance and development, coordination of care, and quality assurance.

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