Dr. Shoaib has participated in medical missions to Kosavo and Kashmir, helping people traumatized by war and earthquake, respectively. He also volunteered at Houston Shifa Clinic, a faith based organization that helps indigent people, with healthcare needs.
Currently, he is the Medical Director at West Oaks Hospital. Dr. Shoaib treats patients with depression, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, PTSD, ADHD, and substance abuse disorders.
Paul manages the West Oaks Business Office and is continually looking to improve operational efficiencies. Paul enjoys knowing that all financial decisions that better West Oaks positively impact our patients. His newest passion project is managing the financials for Behavioral Health Connections in the Houston and Dallas markets, allowing him to make an even larger impact than he already is in mental healthcare.
Paul is an Alexandria, Louisiana native and received his Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Louisiana College in 1983.
Creating opportunities to learn about West Oaks are what drives her on a daily basis. “People deserve the best mental health care the first time around and we have it.” Cassie is an avid volunteer in the communities West Oaks and our outpatient clinics serve. Cassie is a former recipient of the distinguished honor of “Volunteer of the Year” for Katy area Chamber of Commerce and has received the ‘Beacon of Light Award’ for the Fort Bend County Mental Health Association. Other volunteer activities are American Heart Association, American Cancer Society and NAMI.
Cassie has been in Business Development for 18 years and has a background in Internal Medicine Nursing and Adult Education.
Colleen’s favorite age group to work with are the adolescents. Every Saturday, there are multi-family groups conducted on the children’s and adolescent units for parents and caregivers so that they may participate in groups that educate them on mental health issues and ways to be supportive.
Colleen has two licenses—a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor, and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapy Supervisor. She is a strong believer in approaching problems from the systemic perspective by involving families and support systems, and using Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy approaches. Colleen believes in the importance of physical exercise as a way to help with depression and mood issues as well as an overall sense of well being.
Colleen was instrumental in starting school on campus, provided by Houston Independent School District for ages 5-17 years of age, which began in February, 2018. Colleen overseas the programming on each unit which includes group therapy, recreational therapy, music appreciation, art appreciation, Zumba, yoga, and pet therapy. Colleen is in the process of starting a “Trauma Track” for those patients who have suffered from trauma.
Colleen is a native Houstonian, and received her Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy at Our Lady of the Lake University. Colleen is also a graduate of the LCDC Addiction Studies program from the University of Houston. Additionally, she holds a music degree from the University of Texas at Austin.
A native of Houston, Danielle has worked across multiple medical disciplines as well as served in many capacities. She has worked with acute geriatrics to wound care to psychiatric inpatient care; Danielle is certainly very versatile and multifaceted. With over seven years as a Registered Nurse and over 20 years as a medical professional, Danielle has proven her natural niche for patient care as well as her affinity for leadership.
Combining her clinical and legal backgrounds, Charlotte joined a large healthcare organization as Director of Enterprise Risk Management, where she spent many years, driving the Risk Management team, organizational risk initiatives, risk education, and legal/ risk integration efforts.
Charlotte is a native Houstonian, and mother of two great young adults.
During his 15-year tenure as Director of Pharmacy at West Oaks Hospital, Kevin has been recognized by Comprehensive Pharmacy Services with multiple awards for service and dedication. In 2008, he was recognized as the Director of the Year for the Behavioral Division. Also, in 2016, he was awarded the Boscoe Godfrey Heart and Soul Award for going above and beyond to provide patient care in a disaster situation.
Kevin is a native Houstonian and is a member of APhA and ASHP pharmacy professional organizations. He received his Bachelor of Pharmacy degree from Texas Southern University in 2000.
Kim’s approach as a leader is to be a role model. She never asks something of her staff member that she would not be able and willing to do as well. Kim has high expectations of herself and even higher expectations for herself. Yet, team expectations are constantly met as the Utilization Review Department is a fantastic and highly-skilled department. She believes that team bonding activities are important and her team has lunch together at least once a week.
Kim is a Huntsville, Texas native and she graduated from Sam Houston University with a Bachelor of Science in Criminology.
These programs and the many other HR initiatives are designed to hire, develop, recognize, reward, retain and empower the best staff. Under Krishna’s leadership of HR, the hospital enjoys one of the highest employee retention and employee engagement rates among the UHS Texas region. She has a passion to help the people who help the patients.
Krishna is a proud native Houstonian and graduate of the University of Houston –Main Campus. She is a certified senior human resources professional and mediator.