In order to use insurance benefits with a therapist, insurance companies require that the client have a diagnosis of a mental disorder as specified in the DSM-IV (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders) on the claim and that treatment is medically necessary. Additionally, insurance claims are not as private as I prefer because the insurance company can view and audit records. Often this doesn’t create a problem; however, there are cases where this information could be used against an individual for custody or divorce claims, health coverage rate increases, or even security clearances. Click Here for More
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Clinical Services: $80 – $120 for initial intake appointment depending on the clinician. $60 – $95 per hour depending on the clinician. $25 per hour for each group session.
Clinical Supervision: $50 per hour for one hour of clinical supervision for Lindsey Wilson Graduates with an LPCA. $65 per hours for graduates of other programs.
All fees are subject to change, and in the event of fee changes, we will attempt to notify patients at least 30 days prior to such changes. These fees are for professional counselors. Other services will be billed at a different rate.
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New Leaf Center
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Dr. Wesley is Professor and Dean of the School of Counseling at University of the Cumberlands. He has been teaching at various levels for over 13 years and has worked in private practice for many years. He is also the Chair for the Kentucky Board of Licensed Professional Counselors. Dr. Wesley specializes in marriage and …Read more →
Dr. Bluemlein is the Resident Faculty Supervisor for Hopkinsville, Kentucky and Assistant Professor with Lindsey Wilson College, School of Professional Counseling. He has been teaching at various levels for over 12 years and has worked in private practice for many years. He is the author of the audio CD “Strategic Mindfulness: Hypnosis for Strengthening Wellness.” …Read more →
Dawn Wesley is the office manager for New Leaf Center in Bowling Green Kentucky. She and her husband, Dr. Martin Wesley, have been providing counseling services and child welfare services for many years in Kentucky and Arizona. Dawn has also been active in the arts community in Kentucky working in the past as the director …Read more →
Dr. Rigney has been providing services in South Central Kentucky for decades. He is a respected therapist but has also served in various roles, including serving as the Dean of the School of Professional Counseling at Lindsey Wilson College. Currently he continues his work as a therapist, consultant, supervisor and trainer. Call New Leaf Center …Read more →
My approach to counseling is both pragmatic and multimodal. Having practiced as a counselor/therapist since 1994, I have had to opportunity to work with a broad array of patients/clients in very diverse settings. It was immediately apparent that there was no counseling approach that was a “magic bullet”, appropriate for all patients in all scenarios. …Read more →
Kyle Smith is currently the Director of Juvenile Drug Court in Henderson County and an Intensive Outpatient Therapist. She recently earned her Masters of Education in Counseling and Human Development from Lindsey Wilson College. She is a Licensed Professional Clinical Associate and a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor through the state of Kentucky. She has …Read more →