Welcome to the Ligh​thouse!

We are here to help you through the difficult times in life when hope is hard to find,

direction appears clouded, and fear overwhelms us.  It is our sincere desire to walk

with you as you seek answers to even the most difficult questions and provide you

a safe place to share your story.

We firmly believe that while life will provide us with some seemingly

insurmountable obstacles, there are amazing lessons we can learn from

these experiences which will enrich us beyond what we believe is possible.


Life is a blessing and meant to be enjoyed to the fullest




Meet our staff of professionals... 


Our Team


Debora K. Reeves, MSW, LCSW, LCADC

Executive Director, Co-Owner

Tiffany B. Blanton, M.Ed., LPCC, NCC

Clinical Director, Co-Owner

David N. Robinette

Marketing Director, Co-Owner

Lisa M. Goodan, M.Ed., LPCC, NCC

Substance Abuse Coordinator

Kelly M. Sincavage, M.S., LPCC, NCC

Therapist

Kelly earned her Masters of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in 2010 from Mississippi State University.  She has been a resident of Kentucky for the past 6 years and has experience in both clinical and private practice.  Though she has a broad range of experience in many facets of mental health and substance abuse, she is currently our only counselor to also focus on marriage and/or couples counseling. 


"I believe every person deserves to have the best quality of life possible and reach their full potential. However, sometimes circumstances in our lives hinder us and we get off track. My goal is to help each individual seeking services reach their own personal goals and make the changes necessary to get the most out of life! I have experience treating substance abuse, depression, anxiety, pain, sleep disturbance, and much more."


"I use a very eclectic approach in my therapy sessions tailoring to each clients or family's needs. I believe that therapy should be focused on the individual. Specifically, I believe that client's should set their own therapy goals and take part in their treatment."

 

"I frequently use cognitive behavioral therapy and solution focused therapy. Often the way we think about and perceive the circumstances in our life cause us distress and discomfort. Therefore, I focus on helping individuals reframe their thoughts and teach them healthier coping skills to deal with stressors."

Keri A. Kitchen, M.Ed., LPCC, NCC

Therapist

Keri earned a Master of Education in Mental Health Counseling and Human Development from Lindsey Wilson School of Professional Counseling in 2008.  Her experience has been in a range of settings, but primarily in working with individuals and families to explore anxiety, depression, or other underlying concerns that create problems in day-to-day life.  She has experience and training working with anxiety and depression, grief/bereavement, perinatal mental health, trauma, parenting and more.


"Throughout my schooling and career, I have had many professional influences, through professors, supervisors, colleagues, and various theorists.  Theoretically, I find myself often focusing on a cognitive-behavioral approach to therapy.  Ultimately, I view the theories and techniques I use through a scriptural and spiritual framework, always striving to better understand God's remarkable creations."


"I believe that the counseling process revolves around improving relationships with others as well as the self.  Life is a learning process.  My basic approach is generally to help by clients develop and master health coping skills (building confidence in their ability to do so), and then work together to dig a bit further to identify and resolve underlying conflicts that lead to common symptoms (such as anger, anxiety, and depression).  It's a process with different pieces, and when they all start fitting together, very good things can happen."


"Counseling is work - it requires effort on both the part of the therapist and the part of the client...but the end result can be life changing!  I'm excited to help guide you through the steps to finding peace and personal growth."

Marybeth Little, MSW, LCSW

Therapist

Rebecca L. Britt Jackson

Office Manager

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