Foothills at Red Oak isn’t run by businessmen. Rather, we are clinician-run, meaning that all of our staff members, including our leadership and treatment teams, are each experts in the fields of addiction and mental health treatment. Learn about the advantages of clinician-run wellness today with our treatment team, then contact our North Carolina adolescent treatment center by calling 866.300.5275.
Jack Kline, MS, LCMHCS, LCAS, CCS, CTT, MAC
President and Founder
Jack has more than 30 of experience in dealing with mental health, substance abuse disorders, recovery trauma, and the array of co-occurring mental health issues that go along with it. He also has extensive training in depression, bipolar disorder, gender identity issues, family issues, grief and trauma, conduct disorder, and developmental issues pertaining to adolescents and young adults. Jack holds a Masters degree in Mental Health Counseling as well as the following six clinical licenses and certifications:
- Licensed Professional Counselor
- Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor
- Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist
- Certified Clinical Supervisor
- Certified Trauma Therapist – 2 Internationally Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor
Jack has specialized training in the following areas:
- Substance abuse
- Addiction/recovery issues
- 12-Step facilitation
- Advanced relapse prevention therapy
- Attachment disorders including Reactive Attachment Disorder
- Sexual abuse
- Marriage and family therapy
- Adventure based counseling
- Systemic family interventions
- Clinical supervision
He has designed and helped open six other highly regarded programs in the field of adventure therapy focusing on substance abuse, mental health, trauma, and addiction treatment. He has provided care in both private-practice settings and the public sector. He presents nationally at various conferences on cutting-edge treatment for young adults and adolescents. The needs of the clients that he sees continually change, and so he believes our treatment team and program offerings must continually evolve.
Jack believes in an integrative approach that deals with the underlying emotional issues that are simultaneously present with chemical dependency substance use disorders. Consequently, he uses a holistic, strengths-based orientation that empowers clients to develop their inherent talents, skills, and resources.
Additionally, as a Black Belt in American Kenpo, Jack instructs Red Oak Recovery® clients in self-defense, personal empowerment, character development, and the underlying principles of self-respect, respect for others, and self-discipline.
Mick Masterson, CADC
Vice President of Operations
Mick brings over 10 years of experience in mental health and substance abuse treatment. He has served in positions as direct care, enrollment, transitional living management, program development and management, and operations. Currently, in his role as Vice President of Operations, Mick works to ensure Red Oak Recovery programs continue to offer quality and effective programming to our clients, with the highest standards of safety and accountability. Through effective recruitment, training and mentorship Mick ensures that Red Oak Recovery employs the most qualified and compassionate staff to deliver impactful and effective clinical and holistic treatment services.
Mick draws upon his own experience in recovery to connect with our clients and share his experience strength and hope. He is a firm believer that anyone and everyone can recover and works tirelessly to ensure that our clients are given the love, support, and tools they need to achieve the changes they seek in their lives.
Mick is a dedicated and grateful father of three girls. He spends his time away from work with his partner Carrie, their daughters, dogs, cats, chickens, and bees enjoying the beauty of Western North Carolina and the gifts that his life of recovery has provided.
Lynn Wadsworth, MS, LCMHCS, LCAS, CCS, CTT-1
Director of Clinical Services – Red Oak Recovery® Programs
Lynn is a dually-licensed clinician in the state of North Carolina as a Mental Health Counselor and an Addictions Specialist. She has over 25 years of experience working with adolescents, young adults, and their families. Lynn came to ROR seven years ago and created the family program and has since served as Clinical Director, Executive Director, and now, Director of Clinical Services for all Red Oak Recovery® programs. She is also a licensed Substance Abuse and Mental Health supervisor.
Prior to her work at Red Oak, Lynn held a variety of leadership roles throughout her clinical career in various fields and settings, including HIV/AIDS, therapeutic boarding school, adolescent intensive outpatient program, wilderness programs, and hospital inpatient unit.
Lynn’s areas of clinical experience include:
- Addiction Therapy
- EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing)
- Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT)
- Polyvagal Therapy
- Attachment-focused Therapy
- Family Systems Therapy
Lynn brings to this work a deep understanding and empathy for individuals and families in crisis. Lynn says her primary goal in this role is “to support the ongoing growth, development, and clinical expertise across all Red Oak Recovery® programs.” Lynn has a lifelong commitment to creating the best possible therapeutic relationship with all clients and families in order to create lasting healthy change in their lives.
Kurt Arsenault, LCSW
Kurt Arsenault is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and has worked with teens and their families in treatment settings for the past 25 years. After completing his undergraduate degrees in psychology and sociology at the University of Connecticut, Kurt went on to receive his Master’s Degree in Social Work at the University of Connecticut School of Social Work. In 2018, Kurt was selected for and completed the University of Connecticut Social Work Fellows Certificate Program in Supervision. Kurt previously worked in roles including Primary Therapist, Senior Family Therapist, Associate Clinical Director, and Clinical Director.
Throughout his career, Kurt has focused on working with youth and families impacted by trauma and struggling with attachment difficulties utilizing a variety of treatment modalities and strengths based approaches towards healing. In working with young people, Kurt focuses on core principles of honesty, authenticity, and the importance of remaining present. Kurt has received extensive training in DBT, TF-CBT, Motivational Interviewing, and Attachment Based Family Therapy, where he worked with the model developers at Drexel University to integrate the model into a residential treatment setting.
Outside of work, Kurt enjoys reading and being active outdoors with his wife and four children.
Bridget Camacho, LCSW
Bridget is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who specializes in adolescent and family treatment, experiential therapy, and animal assisted interventions. She received her master’s in social work and her Animal Assisted Social Work Certificate from the University of Denver. Throughout her professional career, Bridget has focused on mental health and how experiential therapy and animal assisted therapy can facilitate physical, emotional, and mental healing. She believes in the importance of relationships in the healing process and understands how the relationships individuals have with people, animals and nature can help them heal and grow into the people they are meant to be. Bridget has worked with adolescents and families throughout her career as a residential therapist, family therapist, IOP program manager at a program for teens and families, and as a program director at a therapeutic boarding school. She enjoys working with youth and families to help them build self-confidence, strengthen their relationships, and find their paths in life.
When not working, Bridget spends much of her time reading, writing, being outdoors, and spending time with her dog and two cats.
Brady Schroer, DO
Psychiatrist & Addictionologist
Dr. Brady Schroer obtained his Bachelor of Science in Biopsychology with an emphasis in Chemistry. He attended medical school at Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences. After medical school, he completed his general psychiatry residency at an internationally known psychiatric clinic. Dr. Schroer later worked in a large hospital setting for five years as a psychiatric hospitalist taking care of geriatric patients, caring for patients with psychiatric issues on the medical floors and ICU (intensive care units), detoxifying clients from alcohol and benzodiazepines, ECT treatment for depression, and served as Medical Director and Chief of Psychiatry.
Dr. Schroer moved to Western North Carolina in 2007 to become the Medical Director of the inpatient psychiatric unit and the detoxification unit at one of the areas top hospitals and served for seven years in that capacity. Most recently, he has been seeing clients ages 15 and over in sober living environments, residential treatments, and other outpatient settings.
He has vast experience from all different perspectives of addiction treatment and knows what it is like to be a family member of someone struggling with addiction. Dr. Schroer views addiction as a poor coping mechanism for past emotional pain and believes that the emotional pain that breeds hatred, anger, and resentment is what keeps us sick and looking for substances and behaviors to “numb it”. He is extremely compassionate and prefers to educate clients about their illness. He has learned a lot from the clients he has treated and uses that knowledge to help others move into a peaceful life.
Dr. Schroer is a Christian, loves car racing, golf, photography, and being out in the great outdoors. He feels especially fortunate to call Asheville his home!
Maggie Cain, LCMHCA
Director of Business Development
Maggie’s first home was in the great state of Texas. Collegiate tennis and a full scholarship sent her to Arkansas. There she found her first career and love for helping people. Her first job landed her in the nonprofit fundraising sector. For thirteen years she was blessed with getting to raise awareness and much-needed funds for children and families seeking support, hope, and love through programs for psychiatric, emotional, and behavioral care in Arkansas. After earning her Masters in Mental Health and Clinical Counseling in 2016 from Southern Arkansas University, she became a Licensed Associate Counselor in Arkansas and recently (2018) transferred her license to North Carolina as a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate.
Additionally, for fourteen months beginning in December 2016, Maggie provided part-time counseling for Bradford Health Services IOP of Little Rock. Working with the clients and their families at Bradford Health Services was equally fulfilling and joyful as connecting donors to changing lives of others through their financial gifts. That experience, and her love of helping people, led her to a desire to stay in addiction treatment. Maggie found herself seeking through the clients’ strengths and desires for help to be a part of a team that feels the same passion for helping and ensures every client an opportunity to succeed.
Maggie’s biggest strength is that she finds daily happiness in helping others and connecting others to that feeling of joy. She is a Clinical Outreach Specialist for Red Oak Recovery and The Willows. Her passion for helping the whole family heal will live on through her work at Red Oak Recovery by sharing about ROR and The Willows to clinicians, treatment programs and families.
Maggie could not be happier to now live in Arden, with her husband and to explore this beautiful state by foot and kayak.