Experienced, Caring, Compassionate Professionals
Experienced, Caring, Compassionate Professionals
From our admissions and administrative teams to our Senior Fellows and clinical staff, The Meadows Outpatient Center employs only the most knowledgeable, experienced and compassionate people. We pride ourselves on providing quality, cutting-edge care from some of the nation's leading industry experts.
President & CEO
Sean Walsh, President and Chief Executive Officer of Meadows Behavioral Healthcare, is responsible for the oversight of its family of programs which include The Meadows, The Meadows Ranch, Gentle Path, Willow House, Claudia Black Young Adult Center, Broad Beach Recovery Center, Serenity View Recovery Center, Rio Retreat Center, and The Meadows Outpatient Centers in Scottsdale, Silicon Valley, and Dallas. Working in the behavioral health field since 1996, Walsh has a clinical background, and although he has been a treatment center executive since 2009, he is also a licensed therapist and highly invested in ensuring quality care to the patients Meadows Behavioral Healthcare serves. Walsh came to MBH from Calvary Addiction Recovery Center where served as CEO. Prior to Calvary, he was the COO of Laurel Ridge Treatment Center in San Antonio, and he has held a wide variety of positions in the treatment field including director of outpatient, risk management, case management, intake, and has been a primary therapist specializing in treating young adults.
Vice President & COO
Vice President of Meadows Behavioral Healthcare Allan Benham has been part of the MBH team since 2001, serving in numerous roles including registered nurse, director of nursing, director of operations at The Meadows, executive director of Gentle Path, and presently as the COO for Meadows Behavioral Healthcare. With a background working in almost every department and with every facility in the Meadows family, Benham brings a commitment to quality and effective treatment for our patients and a dedication to helping those who are suffering find relief. Benham’s current role has him working with all of the Meadows Behavioral Healthcare facilities including The Meadows, The Meadows Ranch, Gentle Path, Willow House, Claudia Black Young Adult Center, Broad Beach Recovery Center, Serenity View Recovery Center, Rio Retreat Center, and The Meadows Outpatient Centers in Scottsdale, Silicon Valley, and Dallas.
Executive Director of Outpatient Services
Jim Corrington, Executive Director of Outpatient Services, earned his master’s degree in social work at the University of Maryland. He has been in the recovery field as a director/therapist for outpatient programs for nearly three decades, during which time he has seen thousands of patients and families treated. Corrington has also spent 15 years working with the Arizona Medical Board and Arizona Board of Pharmacy monitoring programs running weekly relapse prevention groups for impaired professionals. In addition, as a former athlete, he also has extensive experience working with impaired professional athletes. Corrington’s personal recovery from addiction and trauma began 30 years ago, and he brings a strong passion to the process.
Director of Outpatient Services-Dallas
Gene Ross serves as both Director of Outpatient Services-Dallas and Executive Director of Serenity View Recovery Center. Over the course of his career, he has provided services in a variety of settings including child protective services, prevention services for at-risk youth, residential addiction treatment, and outpatient psychotherapy. Ross has also served as an adjunct professor at the University of North Texas and sits on a number of advisory boards. Specializing in the treatment of mental health and substance use disorders, trauma, and relationship problems, Ross is passionate about expanding the sensitivity of human suffering and combining evidence-based methods for the alleviation of this pain.
Director of Outpatient Services-Scottsdale
Debra has a Master’s Degree in Professional Counseling. She is trained in EMDR and has been working in the field of trauma for over 18 years. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional. She also provides supervision for licensure to therapists in need of clinical supervision. Debra has worked with patients from age 3 to 84. She has worked various treatment settings such as; private practice, inpatient in hospitals, crisis intervention, residential treatment, and outpatient treatment facilities. After serving as the Clinical Director at the Meadows Outpatient Center-Scottsdale, Debra stepped into the role of Director of Outpatient Services of the Arizona program in December of 2019.
Director of Outpatient Services-Silicon Valley
Bryan Nguyen received his master’s degree in counseling psychology with emphases in correctional and health psychology from Santa Clara University in his native state of California. Specializing in addiction treatment, he has worked with adolescents, adults, and families struggling with substance use and mental health issues throughout several clinics in the San Francisco Bay Area. He is passionate about helping patients find healing not only in treatment but also in local support resources as patients reintegrate into daily living. A guest lecturer at various Bay Area universities, Nguyen addresses topics related to addiction treatment and brings expertise in evidence-based treatment to his work at The Meadows Outpatient Center. His personal connection to the larger recovery community also serves as an empathetic bridge to the hardships and hopes that patients experience while in intensive treatment.
Clinical Director at Meadows Outpatient Center-Dallas
Martha Graham has over 20 years of experience in residential, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, and outpatient settings. She has specialized training in substance use disorder, trauma resolution, sex and love addiction, and couples therapy. Graham’s focus is on treating the whole person—physically, mentally, and spiritually—and responding to each individual’s needs with compassion. She considers the journey toward authenticity a sacred path, and believes healing and recovery are within reach for all who are honest, open, and willing.
Intensive Family Program
Innovative Experiential Therapy
12-Step Program Focus