Alice Maynor

Alice Maynor, CEO

BA in Psychology, 2009 – University of Louisville
MSSW, 2011 – University of Louisville Kent School of Social Work

Alice Maynor is deeply committed to Wooded Glen and the people of Southern Indiana, serving as Director of Clinical Services before being promoted to CEO in 2022. Prior to joining Wooded Glen in 2019, she managed her own successful private practice for several years. With over 22 years of experience, she specializes in caring for those in the grip of trauma, addiction, self-harm, eating disorders, domestic abuse, and co-dependency. Her skills, combined with her EMDR training and LCSW, have proven useful in guiding clients on their recovery journey. Alice passionately believes a client’s potential for success is based primarily on their own personal strength. Her fun, bright, cheerful, compassionate attitude has always been comforting to clients. Now, as CEO, she is committed to providing experienced leadership to the Wooded Glen team, to help ensure it continues to be a haven for those seeking recovery. In her spare time, Alice can be found daydreaming about her starring role as Elphaba in the Broadway Musical “Wicked.”

Jennifer Hammil

Jennifer Hamill, LCSW, Director of Clinical Services

BA, Georgetown College
MSW, University of Kentucky

A therapist at heart, Jennifer has been working in the mental health/addiction & recovery field for over 15 years, including medical and psychiatric hospitals, military bases, family court, and private practice. Her journey began at Wooded Glen in early 2023, when she has become a valued leader to the entire Clinical Department. 

Abbie Basham

Abbie Basham, MSN, RN, Director of Nursing

For more than 20 years, Abbie Basham serving the mental health community, including people with developmental impairment, psychiatric conditions, and co-occurring disorders. Prior to joining the Wooded Glen team in 2023, Abbie was a nurse educator and nurse supervisor for an inpatient psychiatric hospital where he became skilled in therapeutic communication, and a deep understanding and compassion for others. His higher purpose is to create space for others to be their authentic self. Outside of work, he enjoys spending time with family and friends, attending festivals and events, and mining for gemstones.

Lydia Lawrence

Lydia Lawrence, Director of Admissions

BA, Aging Studies, 2020 – Bellarmine University

Lydia Lawrence joined the Wooded Glen team as an Intake Coordinator in the Admissions Department shortly after graduating from college in 2020. It didn’t take long for Lydia to quickly apply her knowledge and skills to help the team and clients throughout the Admissions process. While in this role, she took the initiative in creating an Admissions training program which became the standard business practice for all new hires in Admissions and the process is still being utilized today! Lydia’s dedication and passion for Wooded Glen eventually led her to become Director of Admissions, managing a team of incredible people who are always ready to take the next call for help. When she isn’t fully committed to our clients and staff, Lydia enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, and playing fetch with her Teacup Yorkshire Terrier, Lucy. 

Arya Knight

Arya Knight, Director of Risk Management

BA in Psychology, Indiana University Southeast

Arya Knight also joined Wooded Glen in 2023 but she has been working in behavioral and mental health for the last 11 years with a special focus on Addiction and Recovery for the last several years. Prior to joining Wooded Glen, Arya played an integral part in opening a local transitional living home for mothers in recovery and acted as supervisor of the program. She has a heart for recovery, health, and healing for all that walk through the doors of Wooded Glen. In her spare time, she focuses on health and fitness, and is an active sports mom! 

Angie Hart, Director of Human Resources - Wooded Glen Recovery Center - dual diagnosis recovery center in Henryville, Indiana

Angie Hart, Director of Human Resources

Graphic Design Production, 2012 – Eastern Florida State College

Angie first joined Wooded Glen in 2021 as our Recruiter, but quickly rose to Director of Human Resources. Her previous roles include HR, customer service/support, recruiting, social media marketing, and graphic design. Her experience in handling staffing needs and concerns, dedication to providing a safe, positive, and engaging environment, and commitment to employee relations has transformed the atmosphere for new hires and current team members. When not managing the needs of our staff, Angie enjoys photography, painting, writing, and spending time with her family.

Dean Jewell, Director of Business Development - Wooded Glen Recovery Center - Indiana substance use disorder treatment center

Dean Jewell, Director of Business Development

Business/Public Relations, 1976 -Bowling Green State University

As Wooded Glen began opening the doors for our clients in 2019, Dean immediately began incorporating his knowledge and experience to help us grow. Twenty-five years in sales and marketing experience, combined with 10 years in treatment Business Development, has given him the edge in showcasing Wooded Glen and Summit’s capabilities to perspective leads. Since coming in as a BD Representative, Dean has proven to be a valuable asset to our team and our clients. In 2021, he was promoted to Director of Business Development and now leads his own team. In Dean’s spare time, he can be found attending live music and sporting events.

Morgan Collins

Morgan Collins, Business Office Manager

Morgan Collins joined Wooded Glen as a Medical Records Clerk in 2022. She relocated to the area from North Carolina, where she began her love of healthcare as a CNA. During her 5 years as a CNA, she completed and received her Medication Aide license, working in several areas including Geriatric, Pediatric, and Addiction. In 2023, Morgan was promoted to Director of Business Office, where she continues to apply her knowledge and skills to the administrative end of things. When she’s not crunching numbers, you’ll find her hanging out with her dogs or reading.