Our Team Meet the People Behind SBTANDD

Ryan Brumund, Treatment Specialist

Ryan Brumund

Treatment Specialist

Why do you work in this field?
I work in this field because I want to make a difference in other people’s lives; and have a positive impact on as many struggling individuals as I can.

How long have you worked in this field?
I have been working in this field for one year.

What do you bring to the table?
Being in recovery myself. I feel that being able to relate with those that I am getting into treatment is a positive factor to this job. Seeing a life get back on the right track is an amazing feeling and also helps with my own journey of recovery.

What are your ‘Super Powers’?
My super power is being fearless, most obstacles in my life are seen as challenges that I can conquer!

What do you love about yourself?
I see myself as a genuine person that is not deceitful or fake. Being upfront with others about who I am is very important to me.

What’s your favorite positive quote?
Excellence, not perfection.

What words best describe you?
Ambitious, courageous and confident.

Positive things you like to do?
Expressing my artistic side by painting, writing and making music is also something I enjoy. I also love reading motivating and self-help books.

What do you like best about your job?
I truly love seeing someone complete a program and when they call me afterwards to thank me for the experience that they went through. What a great feeling!

What’s the greatest thing you ever did?
My baby girl Paisley is the best gift that has ever come from my life. I have been blessed beyond comprehension I

Do you have any skills or talents that most people don’t know about?
I am an adrenaline junky and my skills involve doing dangerous things such as riding motorcycles and jumping from perfectly working airplanes.

Who are your ‘mentors’?
My mentors include Mahatma Gandhi, Abraham Lincoln, and Jesus Christ.

What is something that you think everybody deserves to have?
I am a strong believer in equal opportunity; here in the United States we all have the same 24 hours to accomplish what we want and I feel that every individual should have that right.

How do you see yourself?
I see myself as a person with a high potential, but must keep myself humbled daily and invested into my recovery.


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