Bradley Smith is a Professional Clinical Counselor Intern (# 2756), a licensed and board-certified advanced alcohol and other drug counselor, and the Substance Use Disorders Response Specialist at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. At LMU, where he also teaches, Mr. Smith is responsible for designing and implementing programs and policies that address Prevention, Education, Early Intervention, and Harm Reduction for Substance Use Disorders in emergent adults and within their wider contexts. He also conducts regularly scheduled psychoeducational interventions for chronically relapsing, judicially-sanctioned, and difficult-to-engage students.
Through his non-profit, The Leo Clarus Foundation, Mr. Smith also guides multiple threads of practice, research, and advocacy within the 12 Dimensions of Public Mental Health: Counseling and Therapy; Education; Addictions and Recovery; Violence, Abuse, and Trauma; Social Justice; Criminal Justice and Corrections; Child Advocacy; Volunteerism and Giving; Health & Wellness; Ministry and Faith Traditions; Business & Management; and The Environment.
He is a Faculty member, a Basic Intensive Training Instructor, and an Advanced Practicum Supervisor in Choice Theory and Reality Therapy with the William Glasser Association International. A published researcher, Mr. Smith presents at conferences throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, and Asia.