Don Delafield

Having served for almost 3 decades as a minister of counseling in a church-based context, Don is uniquely qualified to help you with many of the struggles in life. With a pastor’s heart and the experience of a seasoned therapist, Don has gifts in providing a safe environment and a clarifying experience for his clients. Trained both as a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a licensed pastoral counselor, he has developed expertise in helping couples struggling with a variety of relational issues (conflict, emotional regulation, infidelity, etc.) Don also works with individuals and families dealing with emotional and relational struggles and has led numerous intensive marriage retreats throughout his career.

Don’s training includes a bachelor’s degree in Social Work from the University of Kentucky, a master’s degree in Divinity from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and completed the Post-master’s Certificate Program in Marriage and Family Therapy at the University of Louisville. Don is also an Approved Supervisor in the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.

Christina Gaspar

Crissy is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who creates a safe space for clients to discuss their issues and create change. Crissy partners with her clients to help them find strength, hope and resiliency to overcome challenges. She works with individuals, couples and families with a variety of mental health, life circumstance and relational issues.

While appreciating each client’s uniqueness, Crissy creates a non-judgmental, comfortable space for her clients to be themselves. She works well with clients who are solution-focused and ready for positive change in their lives. She is not afraid of the hard things but also loves to laugh with her clients and considers it a privilege to hear her client’s stories and support them in the process of healing. Believing that therapy should be safe and productive, Crissy loves to collaborate with her clients using their unique personalities to tailor therapy to their individual needs. 

Crissy received her master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Campbellsville University and has her bachelor’s degree in Communication Disorders from Western Kentucky University. She grew up in Kentucky and loves to spend time with family and friends. Some of her favorite things are dogs, music, cruiser bicycles, people and reading on the beach. She loves to explore cultures and travel and is always looking for a new adventure.

Jason Allen

Jason is a Marriage and Family Therapy Associate and Certified Social Worker who has experience working as a Home-Based Therapist with Department of Child Service and Probation cases. A certified Juvenile Sexual Offender Counselor as well, he works with children and families facing substance abuse, behavior management, and sexual addiction.

Angela Keane

Angela is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and brings years of experience of working with children and families. She has been trained as an adoption specialist and has experience working as a school counselor and in community mental health. In her practice, she sees children and teens, in addition to families and adults. She is trained in EMDR therapy as well as Trauma Focused CBT. She is passionate about helping families navigate tough times. She considers it an honor to come alongside her clients and help those struggling with anxiety, depression, behavior issues, family conflict and more. 

Melanie Hubbs

Melanie is a Marriage and Family Therapy Associate who works with individuals, couples and families.  She works with issues including anxiety, depression, codependency, adolescent issues, and relationship issues.  Her undergraduate degree is in Health Promotion from the University of Alabama, and her Masters is in Marriage and Family Therapy from Campbellsville University. She is certified in “Prepare and Enrich” and Gottman’s Level 1 training for marital therapy. 

Melanie has a background in the fitness industry and is passionate about working with clients to improve their overall health and wellness through becoming more aware of their emotional response cycle. Creating this awareness helps clients understand how the information they gain from their emotions affects their relationships with others as well as themselves. 

As a Client-Centered Therapist, client’s goals are what is worked on in session.  Melanie works with clients by challenging thoughts and beliefs as well as coming up with steps that will work for the client to help them achieve their goals of therapy. 

Approaches used:

CBT, Solution-Focused Therapy, Polyvagal Theory, Gottman, and EFT. 

MaryLynn Crenshaw

The PMHNP (Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner) is certified to assess/evaluate, diagnose, and treat mental health illnesses and disorders of all types across the lifespan. Treatment most often includes a combination of individual psychotherapy and medication appropriate to the condition.

MaryLynn is a highly skilled and experienced NP with recent board certification as a PMHNP. She has spent 26 years serving patients in inpatient, outpatient, and at-home settings. MaryLynn couples this experience with her empathetic heart to supply a personalized path towards health and recovery.

MaryLynn’s desire is to assist and support clients in their unique journey towards health. She is dedicated to individualizing each person’s care. She has a faith-based approach but respects and enjoys each individual’s path of learning, growing, and healing.

MaryLynn has a special interest in adolescents but sees clients of all ages and all issues. She has substantial experience treating anxiety and mood related disorders but is quickly expanding to include trauma related disorders, substance use disorders, and conduct/behavioral disorders.

MaryLynn has a love and a gift for empowering people with mental health challenges to find hope and move towards recovery.

Kayla Johnson

Kayla is a Marriage and Family Therapy Associate who works with individuals, couples, and families. Kayla’s passion is helping all of her clients build resilience, confidence, and hope while offering them the tools to overcome difficulties (including anxiety, depression, and relational issues). Another one of Kayla’s desires is to help teen girls and young women experiencing anxiety, depression, and issues with self-esteem. 

Kayla has an undergraduate degree in Psychology from Western Kentucky University and her Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy. Kayla is currently pursuing her doctorate in Community Care and Counseling with a focus in trauma.