Mr. Braucht’s 14,000+ hours of psychotherapy, supervision, and applied community psychology experience focuses on professional and peer workforce development that emphasizes continuous service quality and program outcome improvement. In peer services, George co-founded the Certified Addiction Recovery Empowerment Specialist Academy, a peer recovery coach training that is operational in several states, and the Forensic Peer Mentor Ready4Reentry training. Clinical program implementations he has led include a statewide recovery counseling program for people on parole, starting the Transitional Housing for Offender Reentry Directory and Reentry Partnership Housing, opening Georgia’s first two in-prison therapeutic community programs and the first five day reporting centers, and initiating several statewide reentry initiatives. George's teaching experience includes many years as a Psychology Professor. Curricula he has developed include an Enhanced Supervision Program training for correctional and reentry staff plus certification trainings for Recovery Residence Managers and for REC CAP, a recovery capital scale and management system. George is a Level II Trainer in the Partners for Change Outcome Management system, a Charter Board Member of the National Alliance for Recovery Residences and a Recovery Consultant with SAMHSA’s Opioid Response Network.