S. Pirzada Sattar M.D.
Medical Director Inroads to Recovery
Diplomate, America Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in General Psychiatry
Diplomate, America Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in Forensic Psychiatry
Diplomate, America Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in Addiction Psychiatry
Fatima Basith, MA, MPA
Executive Vice President
Christopher Beasley, PA
Chris earned a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2017. He then graduated from Union College in 2020 with a Master’s Degree in Physician Assistant Studies.
Chris gained experience as a Physician Assistant in acute care and occupational health prior to joining the Inroads to Recovery, INC. He has a passion for mental health, and he wants to create positive changes and make a lasting impact on the great community of Omaha, NE
Jacob W. Bailey, PA
Jake received a Bachelor’s degree in Biology from the University of Nebraska-Omaha in 2016 and then a Master of Medical Science degree from Yale School of Medicine’s Physician Assistant program in 2022. Prior to joining Inroads to Recovery, he worked as a Physician Assistant in a general ENT setting. He is certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants and is a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants.
Jake feels fortunate to work in psychiatry and addiction medicine in his hometown. He has a strong commitment to the wellbeing of each patient and enjoys forming meaningful connections with them. He aims to promote positive changes among his patients and to work alongside them towards their goals and paths to wellness.
Alexander Gray, MA, NCC, LIMHP
Hidden Dimensions Counseling, LLC at Inroads To Recovery
With 25 years of experience, Alex is a behavioral health services professional, certified as a national counselor, with seasoned experience in clinical supervision; executive administration and development; instruction; facilitation of treatment for psychiatric and substance use disorders among diverse patient populations; program development; compliance with federal / state regulations, and CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) accreditation standards.
For 12 years, he served as Clinical Director and psychotherapist for the Eastern Nebraska Community Action Partnership, an antipoverty program assisting low-income families, and served as an Accreditation Surveyor for CARF.
He teaches as an adjunct instructor for the Counselor Education program at the University of Nebraska, Omaha and has sat on numerous boards, task forces, and committees focused on diverse initiatives for community improvement.
Currently, he owns Hidden Dimensions Counseling and is in partnership with Inroads to Recovery in providing outpatient psychotherapy for patients struggling with mental health and substance use issues.
Mark Kinnaman, LADC, IADC
Lead Therapist Residential Program
Mark Currently is the lead Substance Use Disorder Counselor at Inroads to Recovery’s residential co-occurring capable treatment facility, since 2015.
Mark received his Associate Degree in Human Services, Addictive Studies completed May 2007 from Iowa Western Community College and graduated With Honors.
Mark then went on to Buena Vista University to pursue his Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and Human Services Distributive, July, 2009 and graduated Magna Cum Laude.
Prior to joining Inroads to Recovery Mark had over eight years of experience in a hospital acute care psychiatric department working as a Substance Use Disorders Counselor.
Graciela Mathijssen, PLADC
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) Therapist
Graciela is a provisionally licensed alcohol and drug counselor in the state of Nebraska, she joined Inroads To Recovery in 2022. Grace oversees the Intensive outpatient (IOP) therapy at the Inroads to Recovery program, and is a member of the Inroads to Recovery residential treatment program and provides individual and group therapy to patients trying to recover from the depths of addiction.
Grace is passionate about teaching clients concepts of self-compassion and mindful self-awareness. She bases her therapeutic relationship on the concept of accepting and supporting clients as they are. She recognizes that what a person needs from session to session may vary. She is ready to provide clients with therapeutic interventions ranging from a judgment-free space to talk, to concrete coping skills, and everything in between- thus offering everyone with holistic approach.
Grace offer services to individuals adults couples and families and can offer sessions in Spanish to Spanish-speaking clients. She has experience and treats a variety of presenting problems including alcohol and drug use disorders. she aims to remain current on the treatment concepts and evidence-based practices used in the treatment of alcohol and drug use disorders.
Bridgette Thompson-Brown, PLADC
Therapist, Residential Program
With over 3 years of clinical experience in social services as a practicing therapist in recovery from addiction. Bridgette holds an Associates of Applied Science Degree in Human services and Chemical Dependency Counseling.
Bridgette is a therapist who specializes in human service, trauma-informed and multicultural sensitive care. She is a professional provisionally licensed alcohol and drug counselor at Inroads to Recovery who specializes in coordinating with probation, voucher, and chemical dependency evaluations/referrals.
Bridgette provides individual therapy for people(s) of all ages and backgrounds, she uses a wide range of CBT and evidenced-based treatment modalities to best meet your needs and help achieve your goal. Bridgette has worked with adults in recovery from substances and/or struggling with severe and persistent mental illnesses.
She was inspired by the belief that people can change, her passion is to help individuals and families who are struggling to overcome obstacles and move forward with a new sense of hope and understanding. Bridgette want to live her life to serve others and to make a positive impact and change in the Omaha, Nebraska community.
Trinette Corbin, PLADC
Therapist, Residential Program
Trinette has over 2 years of clinical experience and enjoys working with individuals suffering from addiction, co-dependency, low self-esteem, anxiety, grief /loss, depression, and faith based issues. In addition, Trinette works to explore improving relationships through teaching individuals how to establish boundaries, and empower independence.
Trinette utilizes an interactive or hands on approach in which clients begin to explore healthy coping skills to manage stressors, triggers, and cravings.
Trinette Corbin has an Associate in Applied Science in Human Services and Chemical Dependency and has experience working in a group, individual, or family setting. Trinette has a passion to help individuals and families who are struggling to overcome obstacles and move forward with a new sense of hope and understanding.