Meet Our Team
Jay Leach is the CEO of Twin Lakes Recovery Center. Mr. Leach was formerly a Group CEO for Acadia Healthcare, overseeing multiple facilities in various states. Prior to joining Acadia Healthcare, he held facility CEO positions for Universal Health Services. His 28 years in the behavioral health industry include various executive level and administrative positions with Wake Forest University Baptist Behavioral Health and Charter Behavioral Health System.
Dr. Rohit Khanna, MD
Dr. Khanna completed medical school at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He then attended Beth Israel Medical Center in New York, NY for his internship and residency in psychiatry. Dr. Khanna has worked for many years in private practice and in inpatient settings at various private psychiatric institutions. In addition to his work with Twin Lakes, he is an Attending Psychiatrist at Riverwoods Hospital, a private psychiatric facility. Dr. Khanna provides psychiatric care to under-served communities in the north Georgia mountains through an office in Ellijay, GA via cutting-edge telepsychiatry. He also has a private practice in Marietta, GA. Dr. Khanna specializes in the treatment of adults and has extensive experience with substance use and across the spectrum of psychiatric disorders.
Amanda Kiner, LPC, NCC
Director of Clinical Services
Amanda received an undergraduate degree in Psychology from Georgia Southern University. She graduated with a Masters in Professional Counseling from Georgia State University. Amanda began her career in an acute care behavioral health setting and has experience working with clients of all ages struggling with addiction and behavioral health disorders. Amanda has been a clinical provider for 10 years and has expertise in self-harm and clients with co-occurring behavioral health and addiction issues. Through her experiences working with self-harm and trauma, Amanda’s clinical passion turned to addiction. Amanda’s interest in addiction work was sparked by seeing so many of her clients struggle to make the changes they so desired due to their substance use. She saw the huge need and turned her focus toward working with this population. Witnessing growth and hope come back for her clients is a passion.
Michael Kiner, M.A.
Admissions and Utilization Review Director
Michael has his Masters of Arts degree in Human Services and a specialization in Mental Health Administration. He has experience on the ground floor as a Mental Health Technician, Utilization Review Coordinator, Admissions Counselor, and working in local ERs to help place those in mental health and substance abuse crisis in appropriate facilities. Mike worked 16 years as a culinary chef and in restaurant management before going back to school and completing his graduate degree. He met his wife in those restaurant years and has two beautiful children. He enjoys spending quality time with his children and family, attending live concerts, and watching sports.
Business Office/HR Manager
Jennifer has worked in the healthcare industry for over 25 years. Her background includes clinical as well as administrative roles. She graduated from Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College with a Practical Nursing Diploma in 1995. Jennifer resides in Monroe, GA with her husband and has three children and two grandchildren.
Lindsey Darr, LPC, NCC
Lindsey has her Bachelors degree in Psychology with a minor in Criminal Justice from Georgia Southern University and her Masters degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from Georgia State University. She has experience as a case manager and counselor in both the mental health and substance abuse fields and in acute care and residential settings. Lindsey also has worked in local ERs as a liaison, assessing and placing those who are in behavioral health crisis in the appropriate level of care. Lindsey believes there are many paths to recovery and is passionate about assisting her clients and their families on their path. Lindsey enjoys spending time with her boyfriend and their two energetic dogs, running, cooking new recipes, and going on adventures.
Monica Lewis, LAPC, NCC
Monica is a graduate of Macon State College and Mercer University. Monica graduated Cum Laude with her Bachelors in Clinical Psychology and received her Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She completed her internship at Riverwoods Behavioral Health, where she worked with a diverse group of populations and mental health issues. Monica took a special interest in addiction during her internship, finding her passion in helping people find their identities and reach their full potential through sobriety. In her free time, Monica enjoys watching football, time with friends and family, and traveling.
Kate Butler, MS
Director of Business Development
Kate received a B.S. in Psychology from The University of Georgia and a Masters in Professional Counseling from Georgia State University. Kate has clinical experience working in inpatient and outpatient behavioral health and addiction treatment settings. For over ten years, Kate has held regional and national roles in business development and community outreach, working in substance use and behavioral health treatment programs. She has extensive experience working with individuals, families and clinical providers, connecting them with appropriate treatment resources. Kate resides in Atlanta, GA with her husband, Doug, and daughter, Grace.
J. Reese Daniel
Business Development Representative
Reese started working in the addiction field in 1981 at Willingway Hospital as a substance abuse technician. Since that time, he has held many different positions in the addiction field, including certified addiction counselor, marketing director, COO and CEO. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and has worked with Northeast Georgia Health Systems/Laurelwood, Peachford Hospital, and now Twin Lakes Recovery Center. He is a member of the Georgia Addiction Counselors Association and is a previous recipient of the Bernard Carter Humanitarian Award.
Business Development Representative
Sarah graduated from The University of Georgia in 2002 with a Bachelors degree in Child and Family Development. After college, she began working for USA Today in the marketing department. As Sarah continued her journey, she also worked as a contract provider at a CORE counseling agency. In 2012, Sarah combined her marketing and CORE provider work experiences when she joined the business development team at an inpatient crisis hospital. Sarah has since worked in both acute and residential facilities. In June 2016, with much excitement, she became a part of the Twin Lakes Recovery Center Business Development Team. Sarah is an avid University of Georgia fan and currently resides in Athens, GA.