Josh Gunalda Joins the Red Oak Recovery Team
Red Oak Recovery is excited to welcome Josh Gunalda to the team as its new Admissions Director. Josh brings more than 21 years of working in the therapeutic industry and working with individuals and families who are struggling to overcome mental health and addiction issues. Josh understands that it is through direct and professional collaboration that many families find the support they need.
“I’m thrilled that Josh is joining the Red Oak Recovery family of programs. I’ve held him and his work in high regard for many years,” says Mick Masterson, CADC, CEO. “Josh’s passion, wisdom, and experience make him a great addition to our leadership team. His ability to connect with clients, families, and our referring partners is second to none. We’re all grateful to have him here.”
In his most recent role, he led the admissions team of a therapeutic outdoor behavioral health program for struggling or underachieving adolescents and young adults. This role also highlighted his dedication of working directly with professionals to assist families in a time of crisis. Prior to that, Josh had held many different roles within this industry making his knowledge and experience invaluable. His passion for supporting the individual along with the family system makes him a wonderful fit for the Red Oak Recovery team.
About Red Oak
Red Oak Recover® & The Willows at Red Oak Recovery® & Foothills at Red Oak Recovery® are clinically-driven, trauma-informed substance use and mental health treatment programs that offer gender specific care to young adult men (ages 18-30), women (ages 18-35) and adolescent males (ages 14-17). Our deveopmentally specific treatment methods take in account clients’ unique stories, trauma history, gender challenges, substance use history, relapse triggers, and mental health issues. Our multi-credentialed (clincial addictions and mental health) master’s level clinicians integrate research-based practices with complementary modalities to help clients honor themselves, recognize their self-worth, and pursue positive change.