Thomas J. McNulty, Pharm.D., has been a practicing pharmacist in the state of California for over 30 years. He began his career as a clinical pharmacist in acute care hospitals where he specialized in metabolic support and pharmacokinetic services. Next he moved into Home Infusion at the beginning of that industry where he eventually became the Vice President of Clinical Services of Curaflex Health Services, a publicly held organization with 43 infusion pharmacies and home health agencies, 10 HIV clinics, a mail order pharmacy and a prescription benefit management subsidiary, where he had responsibility for all clinical, quality, regulatory and...Read More
Brandon is a warm and caring individual who is passionate about helping others in recovery. Brandon came to The Gooden Center after years of playing an integral role in the operations of another treatment facility, working in all facets of the operation. Brandon has an extensive background in addiction and recovery and is recognized as one of the leading admissions professionals in the country. His knowledge of available programs and treatment modalities enable him to provide invaluable assistance to addicted individuals, families, employers and other professionals in the field. Furthermore, his past experience as a Residential Treatment Counselor makes him...Read More
David Hewlett joined The Gooden Center in 2014 as the organization’s Chief Financial Officer and brings 20 years of experience in finance and operations. Prior to joining Gooden, David worked at Elements Behavioral Health, owner of several treatment centers throughout the country, as a Strategic Consultant assisting in the acquisitions of other treatment facilities. David started his career in Management Consulting and Investment Banking, where he then joined a client that designed and sold footwear in the automotive lifestyle category. David holds an MBA in International Business from George Washington University, an MA in International Affairs & Finance from George Washington University and a BA in Political Science...Read More
Molly D’Huet joined our team to expand our family program and serves as Family Program Director. She provides individual and family therapy and co-leads multi-family groups. Most recently she has designed and launched our “Family Day Intensive,” an eight hour resource for all members of families affected by addiction. On occasion, Molly can be found teaching bread-making to clients and challenging them to badminton matches.
Phillip Wilkens connects people at Gooden. Across five properties, he and his team insure operational excellence and technological advancement for the organization. Phil is truly a remarkable reflection of Gooden. Several years ago, he began working in admissions, then moved to Accounts Receivable. Progressing even further, Phil created the IT department and has been instrumental in the design and implementation of Electronic Health Record, Client Relation Manager, and HL7 (Health Level-7) billing modules to improve experience of staff and clients. These days, Phillip is a leader who oversees the Continuous Quality Improvement program and insurance billing at Gooden. Because of...Read More
Susan L. Johnson leads the Center in its goal to provide funding that helps to make the Gooden Center one of the most affordable rehabilitation facilities in the area. She brings years of experience in working with non-profit organizations. Susan recognizes the value of giving to a long-lasting institution such as The Gooden Center. Such a gift is the return on an investment that has changed the lives of over 8500 men and their families since 1962. Susan holds her BA degree in Music Education and did post graduate work in Christian Education. In 1993 she founded a 50-voice non-profit...Read More
“I found a great sponsor from the Gooden Center alumni, and we are vigorously working the 12 steps. Gooden Center is an anchor in my life – a vital part of my recovery.”
- Adam H.
“Bishop Gooden Home has offered me the perfect environment for establishing a solid foundation of recovery. I came to BG because I was about to relapse again and I felt this was my only hope of avoiding disaster. Now I am enthusiastic again about attending A.A. and G.A. meetings, working the steps, having a sponsor and praying for strength from a power greater than myself. Thank you “BG” from the bottom of my heart.”
- Randy J.
“Before, I had no friends. People didn’t want anything to do with me. Today I can walk proud and look people in the eye, while speaking the truth. Today I have serenity.”