This governing board is a voluntary team committed to the mission, vision and championing of the IN-AJSOP mission and Indiana’s professional treatment community.
Dr. Jim Dalton
Psy. D., HSPP, CSAYC; Board Co-Chair, Founder
Dr. Jim Dalton, president and chief executive officer of Damar Services, Inc., has long made his impact on the developmental disabilities industry. A licensed child psychologist with more than 25 years of experience in child and adolescent behavioral health, he has served as a clinical consultant, evaluator, researcher and administrator. He is an original founder of IN-AJSOP.
Dr. Michael Johnson
Ph.D., HSPP, CSAYC; Board Co-Chair, Founder
Dr. Michael Johnson is the owner and operator of Broad Ripple Counseling Center. As a Clinical Psychologist with a Ph. D. from Purdue University, Dr. Johnson has provided services for youth with sexually maladaptive behaviors in multiple environments over the last 25 years including corrections, residential, outpatient and home-based. Dr. Johnson is an original founder of IN-AJSOP.
Dr. Hugh Hanlin
Ph.D., HSPP, CSAYC; Board Member
Dr. Hugh Hanlin’s career has covered the areas of department of corrections, residential and home-based with the focus on adolescents. Currently, he is in private practice providing clinical consultation for programs with sexual maladaptive programs or sexual victimization. Dr. Hanlin has served the board for over ten years and continues to assist in identifying new research and intervention techniques.
Ms. Laura Green
MSW, LCSW, CSAYC; Board Member
Ms. Green is the executive director of Family Works, Inc. She provides clinical supervision and trainings for the family therapists and case managers of the agency. Her area of expertise focuses on adolescent males who are sexually harmful. Ms. Green has worked extensively with families who have experienced abuse or neglect. Ms. Green assists in providing insight into working with youth in the community settings.
Ms. Amanda L. Pryor
MSW, LCSW, CSAYC; Director
Ms. Pryor is the program director of IN-AJSOP. She joined the team as program director in September 2016 after being a volunteer with the program. She has knowledge in clinical supervision with therapists providing services to youth who have sexual maladaptive behaviors. Ms. Pryor previously worked within a residential facility in a variety of roles. Her focus with IN-AJSOP has been assessment standards within residential and home-based programs.