Affordable and caring licensed therapists and marriage counselors in Louisville, Kentucky are ready to help you. Therapy can change your life, but you must make the first step. Contact a licensed therapist now, you can email 24/7, and begin your new start.
Chelsey Barnett, MSC, MFTA
Marriage and Family Therapist Associate
Location: 133 Evergreen Road, Louisville 40243
Fast Contact: Email or Call Chelsey.
|ADD/ADHD||Alcohol and Substance Abuse|
As a therapist, I like to meet my clients where they are and work right alongside them in their journey towards healing. I utilize a array of different approaches to therapy and will find what is the best approach for your individual needs!
Peggy Mack, A.T.R., C.P.A.T.
Art therapist registered, certified professional art therapist
Location: 8303 Freemont Rd., Louisville 40242
Fast Contact: Email or Call Peggy.
I am a seasoned art therapist. I have a masters degree in art therapy, have practiced both child and adult inpatient and outpatient therapy, for 30+ years. I will work with you in a supportive, nonjudgmental environment to promote your understanding and growth.
Krystal Angevine, LCSW, LCAC, BCB-N
Location Near Therapist: Louisville, KY
Fast Contact: Email or Call Krystal.
|Stress And Anxiety||Relationship Couples Therapy|
Krystal Angevine has over 25 years experience in holistic counseling and is a past recipient of the Indiana Social Work Leader of the Year award. The Vision of the Biofeedback Counseling Center is Enhancing the Healer Within. www.biofeedbackcounselingcenter.com
City Of Louisville
Kentucky Board of Licensed Professional Counselors
Therapy Louisville Kentucky
Counseling Smoketown, Germantown, Park Duvalle, California, Strathmoor, Russel, Shively, Riverwood, Jeffersonville, Clarksville, New Albany, Floyds Knobs, Watson, Park Duvalle
Louisville has a long and rich history. For instance, Louisville was a major stronghold for Union forces during the Civil War, keeping Kentucky firmly in the Union. The city was also the center for planning, recruiting, supplies and transportation. Fortunately, Louisville was never attacked, but had skirmishes around the city. The Confederate veterans took control of the city after war. In 1875, the first Kentucky Derby was held. Meriwether Lewis Clark Jr., the grandson of William Clark of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, created the derby.1 The weather in Louisville is a humid, subtropical climate with the summers hot and humid with an average rainfall of approximately 44 inches a year. The winter sees snow usually in January and February. However, due to its location, the area can see a wide variety of temperatures and weather during any season, such as tornadoes, ice storms or thunderstorms, along with severe hot and cold temperatures. The location of city traps air pollution, exemplifying the heat island effect, which is where temperatures in commercial areas are higher than in the suburbs, or where there is more shade lowering temperatures.
Mental Health in Louisville
Louisville residents face a number of common mental health issues, including depression, alcohol addiction, and drug use. These issues are only exacerbated by poverty, which many individuals in Louisville struggle with. In fact, in some neighborhoods in Louisville, 75 percent of residents live below the poverty line.2 With the number of adults reporting mentally unhealthy days on the rise,3 there is a high need for quality mental health care that is both affordable and accessible.
The Kentucky Center for School Safety focuses on reducing the incidence of bullying in schools throughout the state by facilitating the creation of warm and caring school environments for students and staff. The center has developed an online reporting system called the STOP! Tipline. The tipline was devised to provide children with a way to report unsafe situations anonymously. Programs to teach kids about cyberbullying and Internet safety are available as well. For further information, call 877-805-4277.4
Those interested in serving the behavioral health needs of Louisville's citizens as a counselor can obtain a Master's Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Louisville's College of Education and Human Development. The program focuses on knowledge and skill development as it pertains to the practice of professional community-based counseling. The program is fully accredited and graduates are eligible to apply for licensure and certification through the Kentucky Board of Licensed Professional Counselors. To inquire about the program, please call 502-852-0626.5
1. Wikipedia. (2014). Kentucky Derby.
Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kentucky_Derby
2. The City of Louisville. (2002). Poverty in Jefferson County.
Retrieved from http://www.louisvilleky.gov/NR/rdonlyres/33E3B6A2-9D35-4534-8F56-540D9B06CEE4/0/Poverty.pdf
3. The City of Louisville. (2012). Louisville Metro Health Status Report.
Retrieved from http://www.louisvilleky.gov/NR/rdonlyres/D83AC3D6-0C08-440C-B993-50BB258C573F/0/HealthreportFINAL_12712.pdf
4. Seven Counties Services. (2014). Adult Mental Health Services.
Retrieved from http://www.sevencounties.org/poc/view_doc.php?type=doc&id=51435
5. The University of Louisville. (2014). Clinical Mental Health Counseling.
Retrieved from https://louisville.edu/education/degrees/med-cps-mhc