Brooks Wiley


Postgraduate Certificate, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner; University of Cincinnati

Mast of Science in Nursing, Family Nurse Practitioner; Graceland University

Master of Science in Emergency Management; Jacksonville State University

Master of Science in Criminal Justice; Weber State University

Bachelor of Science in Nursing; Southern Utah University

Bachelor of Science in Psychology; Southern Utah University

Associate of Science; Dixie State College

Work Experience

Assistant Medical Director, Diamond Ranch Academy

Dixie Mental Wellness, Hurricane, UT

Seven Hills Psychiatric Hospital, Henderson, NV

St. George Children & Family Psychiatric Center, St. George, UT

Serenity Counseling and Support Services, Las Vegas NV

Healthy Foundation Center, Las Vegas, NV

Adjunct Professor of Mental Health, College of Southern Nevada, Las Vegas, NV

Rawson-Neal Psychiatric Hospital (RN), Las Vegas, NV

Publications & Professional Organizations 

Wiley, B. (2012). Problems with FEMA’s crisis counseling program. American Society for Public Administration (PA Times), 35(2)

American Association of Nurse Practitioners

American Nurse Credentialing Center


I was born and raised in Southern Utah. At a young age, my parents taught me the value of education and the importance of life-long learning; as a result, one of my greatest passions/interests is the pursuit of knowledge. In addition, I enjoy serving others. This drive was cultivated while serving a full-time mission for the LDS church in Virginia. On my mission, I developed deep, close relationships with people from various cultures and backgrounds, and I quickly realized the value of serving others. I am married to a beautiful, amazing woman, and we have two adorable children. My wife and I love spending time with our children, and we enjoy in engaging in a myriad of outdoor activities, such as camping, riding ATVs, fishing, visiting the beach, going to the zoo etc.…

Comments on DRA

I love working at Diamond Ranch Academy! Throughout my life, I have worked for a number of different private and public entities. From a business standpoint, DRA is second to none as it pertains to how they value and treat their staff. The work environment has played a positive influence within my life. In addition, I have quickly come to the realization that DRA truly cares for the well-being and future of each and every student who enters the program. The concepts and principles found within DRA’s core are strategies I want implement within my own family in order to raise competent, productive children. I am truly grateful to be apart of Diamond Ranch Academy.

We can also help you in your search for other schools for troubled youth, therapeutic boarding schools, best therapeutic schools, private therapeutic schools, or residential schools. Diamond Ranch Academy is a therapeutic boarding school for troubled teenagers, offering teen counseling for teens with adoption issues (reactive attachment disorders), or self-harm (self-mutilation), or cutting, or eating disorders (anorexia, bulimia, anorexia nervosa). Other behavioral issues and disorders we deal with include: defiance, depression, post traumatic stress, abuse, and general anxiety. If you have an out of control teenager, please consideer the teen counseling and teen counselors for troubled teens here at DRA. If you are searching for residential treatment centers for teens, troubled teen schools, or troubled teen therapeutic boarding schools, you have found one. The non-religious therapeutic residential school for troubled teens serves at-risk teens from California, Oklahoma, Nevada, Minnesota, Utah, Washington State, Idaho, and from throughout America and Internationally.

Brooks Wiley