Adams Recovery Center has a team of professional, dedicated and experienced chemical dependency professionals. Our team is up-to-date on the latest evidence-based practices and current standards of training in the field of Alcohol and Drug counseling.

Dr. Michael McHenry

Medical Director

Dr. McHenry is a licensed and board-certified physician. He graduated from The Ohio State University with a bachelor’s degree in microbiology in 1990 and a doctorate degree in medicine in 1994. He completed a residency program in family medicine in 1997 and has practiced medicine in Brown County, Ohio, ever since. Dr. McHenry is deeply invested in his community and serves as the head cross country coach at his local school. He is passionate about making a positive difference in the lives of Adams Recovery Center’s clients and their families.

Dr. Todd Williams

Medical Director

Dr. Williams is a lifelong resident of southwest Ohio, leaving only while furthering his education at The Ohio State University and at New College in Oxford, England. Dr. Williams graduated with degrees in pharmacy and medicine and then completed a three-year residency program. He is board-certified in family medicine, with additional training in addiction medicine. Dr. Williams believes kindness, compassion and empathy are essential in every patient interaction, and he feels great pride and satisfaction working as part of the addiction treatment team at Adams Recovery Center.

Kellen Hicks

Clinical Director, New Richmond

Kellen began working in the field of addiction more than a decade ago. He started with an internship with the Center for Drug Free Living in Orlando, Fla., and found a passion for the work. Kellen obtained a bachelor’s degree in public administration from the University of Central Florida and a master’s in substance abuse counseling from Nova Southeastern. Kellen has multiple years of supervisory experience and has worked with many different populations. He loves completing assessments and conducting individual sessions; he utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Motivational Interviewing. Kellen is notorious for his picky eating habits. It is widely known he has the palate of a 5-year-old — Kellen’s favorite meal is chicken fingers and fries.

Kayla Scoumis Steinmetz

Clinical Operations Coordinator

Kayla began her journey into the field by earning a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Dayton in 2013. She went straight into graduate school and earned a master’s in mental health counseling in 2015. She is a dually licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor (LICDC). While earning her master’s degree, Kayla began an internship at Adams Recovery Center and truly found her passion. She fell in love with the field and the program. Kayla enjoys doing assessments and working with clients one on one to help them identify the issues that have contributed to their addiction. She views counseling as a collaborative effort and primarily uses a Cognitive Behavioral approach to help people explore how they can change their thoughts and behaviors for the better. In her free time, she likes to throw around heavy things at Crossfit, enjoy some fresh air and cook delicious food!

Ann Pullem

Medical Coordinator, Goshen

As a Registered Nurse and Chemical Dependency Counselor, Ann brings a unique teaching style to her groups and individual counseling. Ann is a firm believer in helping clients achieve their best in recovery, so her groups are interactive, incorporating tangible object lessons to empower clients to own their recovery and not allow their past to define them. Working at ARC offers her the opportunity to use her skills and talents while incorporating the wisdom of many decades of teaching. Outside of work, Ann takes hip hop dance classes and loves to bake from scratch.

Marika Courtney

Clinical Coordinator, Goshen

Marika is a Licensed Social Worker and Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor. She graduated from Indiana Wesleyan University with a master’s in mental health counseling. Her background includes providing mental health services to adolescents in a school setting; providing in-home mental health services to the sick, elderly and disabled; and providing IOP services to adult inmates in a county jail. Marika’s strength is in working with clients who have survived significant trauma. Her approach is a “tough love” attitude combined with compassion and empathy. Her focus is on helping clients heal from the hurt and move forward — acceptance is key! When she is not in the office, you can find Marika outside as much as possible, on the lake or in the woods hiking. To sum her up, Marika’s two favorite signs that hang in her office say, “I Work Hard So My Dogs Can Have a Better Life” and “Not All Who Wander Are Lost.”

Donna Cavagnetto

Lead Counselor, New Richmond

Donna is a firm believer in adapting and evolving with life’s changes as they occur. As a result, she decided to “reinvent” herself later in life. As her children got older, she returned to school after 28 years away and ultimately completed an associate’s degree in chemical dependency counseling. She then earned a bachelor’s in human services and counseling psychology and holds a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor II license. Donna has learned so much from her clients and their families. She approaches addictions directly, and she confronts enabling and codependency in her family-day groups. She believes addiction is a family problem and that change can occur for anyone at any time. Though her children are grown, Donna is also mom to two cats, Butters and Stoche.

Lea Grosvenor

Clinical Lead, Goshen

Lea is a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor III who has been working in the field of addiction for more than 10 years. She is pursuing her master’s in clinical mental health with a focus on trauma and crisis management. She enjoys getting to know each client on a personal level and learning who they are at their core, beneath their addiction issues. For Lea, the best part of the job is group counseling. She enjoys equipping clients with new skills they can take home with them and utilize within their families and communities. When not at ARC, Lea can be found searching for the best food in town or playing cards and games with family and friends. She also enjoys Escape Rooms and always gets a little too competitive.

Alice Patterson

Clinical Lead, New Richmond

Alice, a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor II, started her journey at Adams Recovery Center while completing her degree from the University of Cincinnati. At ARC, the supportive staff and supervision allow her to thrive, learn and grow as a counselor and a human being. Alice’s mission as a counselor is to show clients empathy, provide them support and guide them through their journey of recovery. She assists clients with developing healthy behaviors and thought processes and supports them as they process the emotions tied to their life experiences. Alice’s personal time is spent with family, working on outdoor projects, listening to different genres of music, keeping up with current events, writing and learning more about the world. She feels honored to be in this field and to be of service to individuals who suffer from addiction.

Kimberly Kembel

Assessment Specialist, Goshen

Kimberly is a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor III and has been with ARC since July 2014. She graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a bachelor’s degree in substance abuse counseling and a minor in child abuse recognition. Since she has been at ARC, she has developed the ability to build strong, trusting relationships with clients. This, coupled with her “tough love” approach, enables her to help clients work through their addictions. She encourages her clients to focus on new beginnings and to look to the future in order to become the best version of themselves. When she is away from the office, her perfect day involves anything covered in glitter, a new pair of shoes and dogs wearing sweaters.

Cassie Jewell

Intake Supervisor

Cassie started her journey with Adams Recovery Center in 2013 as a patient monitor. Now, as intake supervisor, she has the pleasure of working with hospitals, legal systems and individuals from all walks of life who are focused on achieving sobriety for themselves or someone they care about. Cassie’s favorite thing about working at ARC is watching an individual go through the recovery transformation. “Our clients are some of the bravest and strongest people I have ever met. They just don’t know it yet,” she says. Cassie also is a self-proclaimed nerd. She is at her happiest while playing video games, watching movies and reading.