Individual Counseling

Our licensed clinicians treat a wide range of mental health diagnoses within an individual, couples, and family counseling sessions. Sessions can be provided both in person and through telehealth, based on the client’s preference. Services are available for individual children, adolescents, and adults.

Please contact us for more information or to connect with a specialized therapist.

Meet the therapists


amber baker

LCADC-A

Therapeutic Focus:

Addiction, PTSD, Trauma, Anger Management, Anxiety, Depression, and Behavior Disorders

Age Range:

18 years of age and older

Type:

Individual Sessions

About me:

I provide individual counseling services to adults. My goal as a therapist is to provide my clients with a safe space that allows for self-reflection, finding balance in their lives, and encouraging positive behavioral change. My experience has been oriented toward applied behavioral analysis, which focuses on understanding the function of one’s behaviors, as well as addiction and co-occurring disorders, such as PTSD, trauma, anxiety, and depression. The therapeutic approaches I incorporate in my sessions include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, and Motivational Interviewing

I have over 7 years of experience working with adults in correctional and outpatient settings focusing on psychoeducation, anger management, violence prevention, trauma, PTSD, substance use disorders and addiction and over 11 years of experience working with children ages 2-17 with mild to severe behavioral disorders in clinical, community, and school-based settings.

I focus on meeting my clients where they are, without judgement, and providing them with tools to gain control and balance in their lives. I utilize a strength-based approach along with motivational interviewing because I want to empower my clients to recognize their capacity for change. Please contact me with any questions or for consultation.


Beth bennett

LCSW, LCADC, RYT

Therapeutic Focus:

Trauma, Addiction, Anxiety, Depression, Grief/Loss/Life Transitions

Age range:

Teenagers (14 to 19) and Adults

Type:

Individual Sessions

About Me:

I have worked in a wide variety of treatment settings including residential facilities, jails,community mental health and private practice. I particularly enjoy working with trauma related and addictive disorders. I prefer a holistic approach to overall health and encourage clients to look at not only their mental health but also their physical and spiritual health as well.

I have been trained in a wide variety of evidenced based practices including Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Mindfulness Based Techniques, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Reality Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and I am certified in EMDR.

My goal as a therapist is to assist clients in becoming the healthiest and most authentic version of themselves; Assisting clients from moving from a space of survival to a space of thriving!


kevin coy

CSW, lcadc

Therapeutic Focus:

Substance Use Disorder and other Mental Health Conditions

Age Range:

Adolescents (14+) and Adults

Type:

Individual Sessions

About me:

As a licensed clinical alcohol and drug counselor (LCADC) and certified social worker (CSW), I specialize in working with adolescents (ages 14+) and adults who struggle with Substance Use Disorder and other mental health conditions. With a master’s degree in social work from Western Kentucky University and a forthcoming doctoral program in social work from the University of Kentucky, I am committed to helping clients overcome their challenges and achieve personal growth. I firmly believe that our struggles and mistakes do not define us, and I use a range of therapeutic interventions to support clients in becoming the best versions of themselves.


julie dague

LPCC, LCADC

Therapeutic Focus:

Trauma, Addiction, Anxiety, Depression, Grief/Loss/Life Transitions

Age range:

18 and up

Type:

Individual Sessions

About Me:

I strive to help clients achieve their personal goals and gain greater insight into their lives. I assist clients in developing self-understanding and self-awareness and help them build self-confidence and self-esteem.

I help clients to recognize, understand, and work through difficulties. I encourage clients to resolve problematic behaviors, beliefs, feelings, and relationship issues. I impart skills and facilitate learning opportunities in a confidential and supportive environment where clients can share and explore their concerns.


I use evidence-based practices that address the issues clients bring to therapy. I have training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Living in Balance, Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR) and trauma focused approaches.


nikki gossett

M.Ed., LPCC

Therapeutic Focus:

Addiction and Recovery; Coping with Life Changes; Those Struggling with Parenting and Relationship Issues; Motivation; Self-Esteem and Self-Worth

Age Range:

10 and up for individual therapy and 1-10 for parent child sessions.
Parent Child Care (PC-CARE) is a 6 session dyadic treatment program for families that are interested in improving caregiver child relationships and are willing to learn new child behavior management strategies. This treatment modality is for families with children ages 1-10 years.

Type:

Individual Sessions

About me:

I began my helping career working for the state in helping to connect clients to needed resources for food and medical care. I saw the need for mental health support and realized that many of my clients needed to utilize our time together to discuss the stressors in their lives. Therapy felt like the best fit for me so I decided to go back to school so I could offer this service to those who needed it. 

After obtaining my bachelor’s degree I began working with pregnant women who were in addiction or recovery or at risk for abusing substances.  I really enjoyed this population, being a parent myself who had struggled with postpartum depression and anxiety. I recognized that women need non-judgemental support which can be hard to find in those closest to us. I worked to help guide them in having healthy pregnancies and found an even greater need for individualized services for families working to build a healthy, safe environment. 

Once I obtained my masters degree, I began working mostly with adults struggling with addiction.  I realized that many of the clients sitting in front of me were victims of long-term dysfunction.  Most had endured abuse in many forms or traumas that the family, for a variety of reasons, hadn’t been able to process and recover from. They had turned to substances to cope with the long-term effects of the lives they had experienced but couldn’t fully process or understand.  For those working in any helping profession, we begin to look “upstream”. Instead of pulling people out of the stream, how can we prevent them from falling into the stream?  In 2020, I was provided the wonderful opportunity to gain a certification in PCIT. Through PCIT, I was able to lead, guide, and coach families in healthy, supportive ways that build confidence in parents and their children. I saw how much impact this had in such a short time and it has become a passion to help families break generational cycles and learn new and simple ways to bring peace into their homes and build confident children, with more of a chance to feel at peace with their identifies and their place in this world. PC-CARE is much like PCIT in the results but has a more concise structure, shorter treatment, and addresses a variety of behaviors. I’m delighted to be doing the work that I’m doing and excited to keep moving to provide customized services to the people in our community.




Nolan Houston

LPCC, LCADC

Therapeutic Focus:

Addiction, Anxiety, Depression, Grief/Loss/life transitions, Parental Coordination Services, Anger Management, and Couples Counseling

Age range:

16 years of age or older

Type:

Individual, couples, and/or family sessions

About Me:

I provide counseling services to teenagers (age 16 or older), adults, and couples. My goal as a therapist is to provide an environment that allows you to explore the issues in your life that you want to address in order to create a happier and more balanced lifestyle. My experience has been oriented toward addiction and co-occurring issues, ie, anxiety, depression, trauma, and cultural/relational issues affecting one’s ability to navigate their life. I have a variety of counseling approaches, including Solution Focused, Cognitive Behavioral, Mindfulness, and Reality Therapy.

An area of focus I take with every client is to examine all key areas of their lives. By recognizing and creating a deeper understanding of our strengths and weaknesses, we create a foundation of who we are and what we are aspiring toward.

I am at your disposal whether you are in a state of crisis or are simply in need of an objective and confidential place for exploration. Please contact me with any questions or for consultation.


kelsey iannitello

CSW

Therapeutic Focus:

Addiction and co-occurring issues such as anxiety, depression, PTSD, and various mood disorders.

Age Range:

Teenagers (age 13 or older) and Young Adults

Type:

Individual Sessions

About me:

I have worked with individuals in inpatient and outpatient settings. I started my career working at an inpatient children’s hospital with children and adolescents who struggled with trauma, negative behaviors, and mood disorders.

The therapeutic approaches I utilize in sessions include Solution Focused, Cognitive Behavioral, Mindfulness, and Exposure. My goal as a therapist is to provide a safe environment to promote self-awareness, process trauma, and build self-confidence. It is important that a client feels they are in a comfortable, non-judgmental space where they are empowered to take control of their lives by learning and utilizing positive coping skills, identifying strengths, and challenging problematic thoughts, actions, and beliefs.


Magan Millsaps

LPCC, LCADC

Therapeutic Focus:

Addiction, Anxiety, Depression, Grief/Loss/Life Transitions

Age Range:

Adults

Type:

Individual; Telehealth Sessions

About me:

I am passionate about working with clients who have substance use issues and have been working in the field since 2013. My experience includes working with individual in various inpatient and outpatient settings for drug and alcohol treatment. 

In addition to my substance abuse experience, I have worked with individuals experiencing mental health and co-occurring disorders, specifically related to anxiety, depression, bipolar, and adjustment disorders. I have direct clinical experience working with children, adolescents (12+), teenagers, and adults in individual and family settings.  

I have been trained in a variety of evidence-based therapeutic approaches, although my primary approaches are Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy.

I primarily work with individuals aged 16+.


roy moore, jr.

MARRIAGE & FAMILY THERAPY ASSOCIATE

Therapeutic Focus:

Depression, Anxiety, Relationship Concerns, Trauma, Addiction, Grief/Loss/Life Transitions, Anger Management, and Couples Counseling

Age Range:

18+

Type:

Individual, Couples, and/or Family Sessions

About me:

I provide therapeutic services for individuals (age 18 and older), couples, and families. I use a wholistic approach to engage clients where they are. I use several evidenced based therapeutic interventions as a means to effect change including Emotion Focused Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR), and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. My goal and intent as a therapist is to increase the client’s awareness of problematic cognitions, behaviors, and emotions. These things can have a negative impact on the individual’s, couple’s or family’s level of functioning.


Rachel parsons

CSW, TCADC

Therapeutic Focus:

Addiction, Anxiety, Depression, Trauma/PTSD, Grief/Loss/Life Transitions

Age Range:

16 years and older

Type:

Individual sessions

About me:

I began working in the social work field in 2016 serving children and families living with addictions and mental health needs. I assisted clients by ensuring safety and connecting them families with resources to be able to be reunified together and or meet their needs to where they can reach their optimal functioning. This position led me to wanting to pursue graduate school and become a therapist.

As a therapist I have made it my goal to provide clients with a safe, secure, and non-judgmental environment that allows every individual to be able to express themselves and explore ways to resolve negative thinking patterns, feelings, and problematic challenges that they may face. I like to focus on assisting individuals with not only their mental health needs but meeting their physical health needs, so each person can reach their optimal level of healthy functioning.

In my therapeutic sessions, I assist individuals with using evidence-based practice approaches and techniques including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Mindfulness techniques.


Shanna settle

LCSW, TCADC, RYT

Therapeutic Focus:

Addiction, Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, Adult ADHD, Grief/Loss/Life Transitions

Age Range:

Adolescents ages 15 to 19; Adults

Type:

Individual Sessions

About me:

I have over 14 years experience working in trauma informed care within a wide variety of treatment settings, including acute inpatient, residential and community-based mental health, with 9 years specifically working with survivors of domestic violence with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders.

I use a variety of evidence-based practices with training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing, Reality Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR), with special interests in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), mindfulness, meditation and expressive arts based therapies.

I honor the unique individual and value building a therapeutic partnership with my clients so they feel empowered and in control of their lives. I do so by striving to provide a safe, non-judgmental, and inclusive space and assisting clients with identifying strengths, recognizing and understanding problematic thoughts and behaviors, and acquiring adaptive skills to promote growth and healing.



jessica wooldridge

CSW

Therapeutic Focus:

ADDICTION, ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION

Age Range:

ALL AGES

Type:

INDIVIDUAL SESSIONS

About me:

I began my helping career working with at-risk foster youth in transitional and independent living in the state of Kentucky. After receiving my Master’s in Social Work, I transitioned into workign in higher education where I began providing academic, career and personal counseling services to a college student population. I work with individuals facing issues related to addiction, anxiety and depression. I have a passion for helping individuals facing life’s challenges.