As Assistant Field Director for Evoke Entrada, Brea’s role is to support field staff development. As field instructors gain self-awareness and cultivate a growth mindset, they create a genuine foundation for what they teach the clients. Brea believes strongly in teaching communication skills, embracing challenge, embodying self-care practices, and encouraging open and honest feedback. Brea is passionate about the personal growth that comes naturally with the job of wilderness field instructor, and hopes to continue fostering strong supportive staff culture within the company. During her career in the wilderness therapy industry, she has accumulated 5 years of field experience, both with Evoke and another company. Brea feels the most empowered and alive when living in the wilderness and experiencing intentional community.
Brea graduated from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, earning a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with an emphasis in Outdoor Education. She hopes to one day further her education and earn a Master’s in Counseling. Before falling in love with Utah, Brea traveled abroad and across North America, climbing and exploring our wild spaces and cultivating her own version of simple living.
Currently living in Ivins, Utah; she spends her free time rock-climbing, backpacking, riding her dirt-bike, skiing, cooking and feasting with friends, and practicing yoga and meditation.