Drew Dutton, M.Ed., MBA, LPC-S, LCDC
President and Chief Executive Officer
As Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Phoenix House Texas, Drew Dutton oversees all programming, administrative, and strategic functions of the organization. Drew has extensive experience in the field of substance use treatment and prevention, having worked with individuals, families, and programs since 2011, and with Phoenix House since 2013. Drew also brings personal experience in Recovery, having received treatment for substance use disorders as an adolescent. Drew went on to complete a bachelor’s degree in education, became a certified physics and chemistry teacher in the process, and earned a master’s degree in Counseling from Texas Christian University. Drew also holds an MBA from Baylor University. Drew is currently enrolled in a Master’s in Applied Positive Psychology program at University of Pennsylvania.
Drew serves on various local and national committees and is a featured presenter across the country in areas of substance use treatment, adolescent interventions, addiction neuroscience, and positive psychology. Drew also brings his passion for education to TCU, where he serves as an adjunct faculty in the Professional Counseling Graduate program. Drew has partnered and worked with a variety of universities for research and initiatives including TCU, University of Pennsylvania, Florida State, and Old Dominion University.
Drew is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor, a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor, and an Advanced Certified Prevention Specialist. Drew is the innovator behind Phoenix House Texas’ I CAN treatment model used across Phoenix House Texas. Drew is passionate about strengths-based care models and employee engagement. When not at work, Drew teaches and plays guitar and enjoys spending time with his wife, Jennifer, his son, Kai, and yellow lab, Maverick.