Dr. Martin Cortez Wesley: Dr. Wesley is a Professor and Dean of the School of Counseling at University of Cumberlands. He has been teaching at various levels for over 12 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 family issues, depressive disorders, crisis services and addiction treatment. He lives in South Central Kentucky with his wife of 27 years. They enjoy time together in the new experience of an “empty nest” but regularly see and enjoy their three daughters, son-in-law and two grandchildren.
Dr. Jason S Bluemlein: 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.” Dr. Bluemlein specializes in marriage and family issues, depressive disorders, mood disorders, PTSD, Clinical Hypnosis and EMDR. He currently treats children, adolescents and adults both military and civilian.
Dr. John Rigney: 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 to schedule an appointment for therapy or to talk to him about consultation or other services. His personal address is: http://www.johnrigney.info/
Dawn M. Wesley: 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 of the Capitol Arts Center and presently P/T as the office manger for Orchestra Kentucky.