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Our Staff

Meet Our Staff

At The Recovery Center, our clinical staff truly understands the needs of our patients, and treats each person with care and compassion. This dedicated team of professionals is passionate about their work, and are committed to accommodating and tailoring treatment programs so that each patient receives individualized, impactful care.

Adam S. Butera, M.D., is the Medical Director of The Recovery Center. He graduated from the University of South Florida College of Medicine in 1999 with his Doctor of Medicine degree, and graduated from the University of South Florida College of Medicine Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine Residency Training Program in 2003. He has been licensed to practice medicine in Texas since 2003, and is in private practice in Wichita Falls, Texas.

Rhonda L Hensley, Licensed Professional Counselor, is the Executive Director at The Recovery Center, and has worked in the field of addiction for twenty years. With nine years at The Recovery Center, Rhonda first worked as Clinical Director for four years before stepping into her current role. She holds an undergraduate degree in social work, and a Master of Arts in counseling. She is dedicated to keeping a loving, home-like environment in the facility to aid patients in healing from the effects of addiction. Rhonda is focused on client care and recovery, and she believes that anyone can recover from this seemingly hopeless state of mind and body if given the chance.

Wynne Richardson, Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor, is the Director of Clinical Services at The Recovery Center. She has worked in the field of addiction treatment for twenty years, and she has been with The Recovery Center for eight years; seven of those as a case manager. Wynne has a Master of Arts in counseling, a Bachelor’s degree in political science and a Bachelor’s of Business Administration in Marketing. Her experience includes working in inpatient detox/treatment, treating active duty military/veterans and working with college students. Wynne has a passion for working with people suffering from addiction, trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). She loves teaching about the recovery process so people can know that recovery is possible. She strongly believes that hope is found here at The Recovery Center.

Brandi Strickland, Licensed Professional Counselor, is a Program Therapist at The Recovery Center. She has a Master of Arts in counseling, and her professional experience includes working in an inpatient psychiatric hospital with people of all ages, including individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities and adults with mental illness and/or substance use issues. Brandi believes every client deserves to be treated with respect and patience, and can provide faith-based counseling upon request.

Glenda Lawrence is the Risk Manager, Performance Improvement, and Infection Control Prevention at the Recovery Center. Glenda is a Registered Nurse with a Bachelor of Science in nursing, is a graduate of Texas Woman’s University and has been practicing in the mental health and substance abuse field for ten years She describes herself as “your patient safety advocate,” and believes patients should always experience safe, high-quality healthcare. She has compassion, empathy and understanding for patients with addiction.

Kyla Morgan, R.N., holds a Bachelor of Science in nursing and is the Utilization Review and Intake Specialist at The Recovery Center. After working for almost a decade in the mental health and substance abuse field, she has developed and refined the skills to assist patients and their families in recovery treatment. Her dedication and compassion gives her the ability to connect to those suffering from addiction, and assist them through the admission process.​

Take the First Step

The Recovery Center’s professional staff are here to help. Call 940-761-3034 for a no-cost, confidential assessment any time, day or night. If you need immediate medical assistance, contact 911 or seek the nearest emergency room.