Behavior Health Specialists
Dr. Kacey Jenkins
Dr. Jenkins is a psychotherapist. She has a doctorate in clinical counseling and a master's degree in clinical psychology. Dr. Jenkins has been working in a clinical capacity since 2008 and has experience completing psychological evaluations, implementing behavioral interventions, and engaging in therapy for people.
She has experience with couples and premarital counseling as well as with children and adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities. She has worked in several different settings including an alternative school, community mental health care, non-profit agencies, private practice, and with Tennessee's Department of Correction.
Dr. Jenkins also enjoys teaching college courses and has taught several introductory psychology classes, child abnormal behavior, human growth and development, and psychological testing and assessment courses. She has a passion for teaching and helping people to recognize that they are the experts of themselves and their personal situations.
She holds a temporary license in Tennessee under the Marriage and Family Therapy Board and is licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapy Associate in Kentucky. She enjoys bowling, boxing, and cooking in her free time.
Liz earned her bachelors in Psychology from the University of Central Florida. She has certificates to teach preschool,
regular education K-6, and special education pre-k through 12. She has a Masters Degree from the University of the Cumberlands in Special Education:
Learning and Behavior Disorders.
Her experience includes working with
children with special needs, especially on the autism spectrum. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her two children and her husband. She loves to hike, kayak, rock climb, camp, and do anything outdoors. She and her husband enjoy the CrossFit lifestyle. She also loves to craft.
Liz services individuals in the Warren and Allen County areas.
Rozalind's passion and dedication are working with children and families. She obtained her Bachelors of Arts in Psychology from Western Kentucky University (WKU) and also completed her Masters of Arts Degree in Mental Health Counseling at WKU.
In 2006, Rozalind started working at Family Works Therapy as a Child and Family Therapist. She enjoys working with children who have emotional and/or behavioral disorders. She taught at Western Kentucky University through their Interdisciplinary Studies Program. Rozalind continues to work for KY Steps as a Positive Behavior Support Specialist as well as their Quality Assurance Administrator. Rozalind works in the areas of self-esteem, bullying, defiance, anger management, and self-control issues. She currently works in Allen, Barren, Simpson, and Warren Counties.
She also serves on various boards in the community such as Boys and Girls Club, American Counseling Association, Kentucky Counseling Association, National Pan-Hellenic Council, and Project Vision Scholar Recipient, and The Gamma Beta Phi Honor Society. In her free time,
Rozalind, likes to travel, craft on Pinterest, attempt to sew, shop, and go to the gym. She is also very family-oriented and enjoys her time with her husband and their three children.
Dennie is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and has been working in the helping field for approximately 15 years. He is a graduate from Lindsey Wilson College with a Bachelors degree in Human Services and Youth Development and a Masters Degree in Mental Health Counseling with course work in Marriage and Family Counseling. He is approved to supervise LPCA Counselors. He has worked in a variety of behavioral health settings in the past 15 years including group homes, psychiatric treatment facilities, foster care, juvenile justice, impact plus services, and Michelle P. Waiver. Dennie enjoys playing sports and recreational games. He really enjoys working with kids, and he takes pride in helping others in need.
Sharon has a bachelor's degree in business management and a masters degree in social work. She works with clients on the Michelle P Waiver and Impact Plus. She enjoys working with others at her church as the director of Children's Ministries. She also enjoys helping children with behavioral challenges and is co-founder of Lifeway Academy. Sharon loves being out on her farm with her husband and family. Sharon has 9 grandchildren.