Staff

Stuart Birnbaum
Founder & CEO
  • Winner of the prestigious Writer’s Guild of America Award and Emmy Nomination

Stuart Birnbaum has been in recovery for 32 years and is founder and Executive Director of the Lakehouse Recovery Center.

Stuart's career was launched as a comedy writer; penning for Lily Tomlin, Chevy Chase, Redd Foxx, Christopher Guest and Tim Conway and is the recipient of the Writers Guild Award and an Emmy nomination.

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Dr. Gayle Randall
Medical Director
  • Licensed Internist
Dr. Randall has over 20 years’ experience in medical drug and alcohol detoxification.
Dr. Nancy Bailey, PhD, LAADC, CCDP, CET11
Clinical Consultant
  • PhD in Counseling Studies, Capella University-Magna Cum Laude
  • Licensed Advanced Addictions Counselor
  • Certified Co-Occurring Disorders Professional
  • Neurofeedback Practitioner
  • EMDR Certified

Dr. Bailey trained with Pia Mellody at The Meadows where she was Clinical Director for 10 years. With over 20 years of behavioral health treatment experience, Dr. Bailey specializes in trauma-informed therapies and equine-assisted activities treating substance abuse disorders.

Curtis Cripe, PhD
Neuroscience Engineer
  • BS Aerospace Engineering
  • Masters in Engineering
  • PhD Psychology
  • PhD Health Psychology/Behavioral Medicine

Creator of cutting-edge Neuro-imaging technologies (Brain Mapping) and remedial Neuro therapy, recently invited by NASA to be used on the Mars Space Mission scheduled for the year 2030. For over 20 years Cripe has applied his Neuro Science work to drug and alcohol rehabilitation.

DR. Benjamin
Consulting Psychiatrist

Dr. Ashley Benjamin graduated from medical school at the University of Kansas and completed his residency at Wright State University/Wright Patterson Air Force Base while on a prestigious U.S. Armed Forces Medical Scholarship. Read More...

Dr. Benjamin served a total of 21 years (8 years active, 13 years in reserves) as an Air Force psychiatrist, during which time he served as both the medical and administrative director for the Tinker Air Force Base Substance Abuse Program. Dr. Benjamin’s experiences have helped shape his philosophy of minimizing medications and their doses to the greatest extent possible, as he believes military medicine is truly about helping patients achieve maximum functionality. He retired at the rank of a Lt. Colonel and proudly served as part of the mental health flight during the devastating tornado that hit Oklahoma City in 1998. His military career culminated in the receipt of the prestigious Reserve Physician of the Year award. Having worked in numerous settings, Dr. Benjamin has tremendous versatility, yet he takes exceptional pride in his work as the medical director for the Oklahoma City VA Iraq/Afghanistan return program and as the consulting psychiatrist for a dual diagnosis program aimed at helping mothers abstain from substances, with the goal of reuniting with their children. Prior to completing medical school, Dr. Benjamin graduated as valedictorian with a B.S. in journalism from the respected William Allen White School of Journalism at the University of Kansas. He then received an M.A. from The Ohio State University in exercise science. His track and field and cross country coaching experiences at KU and OSU helped shape his philosophy of seeing each patient as an “athlete,” with the goal of helping maximize their potential as part of a multidisciplinary team. He utilizes this concept when working with every patient at Seasons/Serenity. In addition to his 30-plus publications in various areas of mental and non-mental health topics, he is the lead co-author of the book, The Student Athlete’s College Recruitment Guide,which focuses on helping high school athletes find the best ethical, academic, and athletic fit at the college level. Dr. Benjamin is also a certified IGMCA Mental Game Instructor and Life
Coach.
Anne Johnson, MS. LMFT
Clinical Director
  • Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
  • Masters in Clinical Psychology
  • Masters in Counseling Psychology with emphasis in the recovery model and family mediation
  • Cal Lutheran
  • EMDR

Anne Johnson has been working with clients since 2009 and is passionate about improving the quality of life for her clients.

She specializes in treating chemical dependency, eating disorders, anxiety disorders, trauma, and depression. Anne has a Bachelors Degree from San Diego State University in Psychology, a Masters in Clinical Psychology, and a Masters in Counseling Psychology with a specialization in The Recovery Model and Family Mediation from California Lutheran University. She provides therapy modalities such as EMDR, CBT, and DBT. Her therapeutic orientation both supports and challenges clients from a safe environment that allows individuals and families to explore new solutions to old problems. Anne enjoys volunteer work and has traveled to Cambodia over the last 12 years working with an organization that rescues underage youth from human trafficking.
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Amy Dalgleish
Outreach and Marketing Director

For almost 2 decades Amy Dalgleish has dedicated her life to helping others work through the things that hold them back from living to their full potential with certainty and courage. Read More...

She has the ability to see in others the parts of themselves that they have suppressed and bring out the best in them. Because of Amy's personal challenges with her health, addiction and being affected by the addictions of others close to her she is passionate about educating others on the resources available to them in order to regain a sense of effectiveness and build a life they want to live. Amy has been a part in developing recovery and trauma programs for 5 years and has a mission to expand her skills in the mental health profession and recovery community.
Kelli Lundin, MA, LMFT
Individual and Family Therapist
  • Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
  • Masters in Clinical Psychology, Developmental Trauma specialization
  • Certified Hatha Yoga Instructor

Kelli has worked extensively with women's issues, addiction, PTSD, and Complex Trauma, bringing an ecological approach to the process of healing.

Jaime
Tech

Jaime has been working in the addiction treatment industry since 2015.

Joseph Sparks, MSWI
Case Manager

Joseph Spark has worked in the recovery field for 4 years. Joseph struggled with alcoholism and drug addiction for 7 years.

Joseph attempted to attend several treatment centers early in his addiction but it was not until 5 years ago when he was ready to surrender and ask for help that he got the help he needed. Because of his own experience he made a choice to return to school at the University Of Denver to obtain his Masters in Social Work to help individuals and their families recover.

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Jenna Foster
Program Director

Jenna's passion has always been to help others accomplish their personal best and be free of the baggage of their past.

From her first job as a swim teacher at age 15 to giving back to the community of those struggling to overcome addiction, Jenna's passion has always been to help others accomplish their personal best and be free of the baggage of their past. Jenna has worked in the field of recovery specifically for 5 years. Alcohol and Drug addiction has been a part of her story since she was a young girl. Growing up in a home where alcoholism and drug addiction was present allows her to fully connect with both sides of our clients from the client themselves to the families. She has the ability to gently assist clients in laying a foundation for their future. Jenna works closely with all of our employees to gain a team-like atmosphere in order for us to meet each client where they are at in order for them to succeed on their personal path to recovery.

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