Our Therapists

Amy Prater Hardin, LCSW

Certified Anger Management Specialist
EMDR/Trauma Based Therapist
Licensed Clinical Pastoral Counselor
Certified Temperament Pastoral Counselor (NCCA)

Amy grew up in Owensboro, KY. Amy graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Social Work from Murray State University in 2001 and received a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Louisville in 2002. Her experience includes inpatient psychiatric work, child welfare/social services, intense outpatient mental health services, foster care services, and private practice mental health services. She specializes in mental health disorders, sexual behaviors (victims and offenders), and anger management. Amy is also a Licensed Clinical Pastoral Counselor and is able to provide both clinical therapy and/or faith-based counseling depending on what the client asks for and/or needs. She is also trained in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing) and offers this to clients of all ages. Both she and Chad offer marriage counseling and often provide this together as a couple.

Amy was ordained into ministry on September 24, 2017.

Read more about Amy on Psychology Today »

Chad Hardin, B.S. (Psychology)

USAF Veteran
Certified Temperament Counselor (NCCA)

Chad Hardin also grew up in Owensboro, KY. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree (Psychology) from Eastern Kentucky University in 1991. He then joined the Military and served in the United States Air Force from 1992-1996. His experience includes inpatient psychiatric work, child welfare/social services, juvenile casework, and juvenile counseling through the Department of Juvenile Justice. Chad is trained as a Clinical Christian Counselor and offers faith-based services for both juveniles and adults. Both he and Amy offer marriage counseling and often provide this together as a couple.

​Chad was ordained into ministry on September 24, 2017. 

Asia Doyle, CSW

Asia grew up predominantly in Owensboro, KY but spent several years in different states and the surrounding areas. She graduated with both a Bachelors Degree in Sociology and Psychology and a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Western Kentucky University.

Her experience includes child welfare/social services, foster care services, therapeutic support, and outpatient mental health services. She specializes in trauma, depression, anxiety, cognitive behavioral, self-esteem, foster care/cps, reunification, behavior modification, and ASD/ADHD. She offers both couples and family therapy as well. Asia believes in providing a safe space to explore individual needs and develop strengths for each client to reach their therapeutic goals.

Kelley Fulkerson, LCSW

A dedicated Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) with nine years of invaluable experience in various settings. She has skillfully navigated Adult Crisis and stabilization, excelled in school-based therapy, demonstrated compassion in long-term care, and provided support through her private practice.

Her expertise include: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Play Therapy, Sand Therapy, Trauma-informed care, and Parent-Child Interaction Therapy. Kelley brings a unique touch to her counseling, incorporating principles of Christian counseling for a holistic approach. Committed to fostering healing and well-being, She is a trusted guide on the journey to mental and emotional health.

Kaylee Madewell, CSW

Kaylee grew up in Owensboro and graduated from Brescia University in 2022 with a degree in social work. She then went on to earn a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Brescia in 2023. She has experience in both inpatient psychiatric and outpatient mental health treatment as well as child welfare/social services. She uses her education as well as life experiences to educate, support, and encourage everyone she meets, especially her clients.

Kaylee’s areas of focus include PTSD, sources of trauma, depression, anxiety, sexual/gender identity, body dysmorphia, sexual abuse, as well as pre & post bariatric support. She works with all ages and isn’t afraid of a challenge One of the many things we love about Kaylee is she is willing to go the extra mile for her clients and isn’t afraid to walk side by side with each one no matter what that client is facing.

Brittini Parker, LPCA

Brittni Parker, LPCA grew up in Webster County, Kentucky and graduated from Western Kentucky University in 2017 with a degree in Middle Grades Mathematics Education. She taught middle school and then high school for four years, before completing her Master’s Degree in 2022 at Lindsey Wilson College in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and Human Development. While completing her Masters degree, Brittni worked at an inpatient psychiatric hospital which served children ages 5 to 17. Brittni served as the Education and Clinical Liaison and as the Inpatient Case Management Supervisor before transitioning into the role of Inpatient Therapist. Brittni loved working inpatient and is forever grateful for the knowledge gained during that experience, but now continues to serve clients outpatient as a full-time school-based mental health therapist. She is also serving clients outpatient via telehealth though Hope Counseling.

Brittni’s areas of focus include PTSD, sources of trauma, depression, anxiety, grief, abuse, ADHD, and various mood disorders. She has primarily worked with children, ages 5 to 17, but also has experience working with adults with intellectual disabilities, experiencing psychosis, and each of the previously mentioned areas. Brittni has received specialized training in TraumaFocused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Choice Theory/Reality Therapy, and grief counseling. Brittni is always up for a challenge and is always happy to work alongside clients to help clients reach their own personal goals and potential.

Brittni is available for Telehealth sessions Monday – Thursday Evenings.

Danielle Street, CSW

Danielle grew up and has spent the majority of her life in Owensboro. She has worked in a few other states for a short time, but considers Daviess County her home. Danielle graduated with her Bachelor’s from Brescia University and received her Master’s Degree from Campbellsville University. She began her career in child welfare/social services and continues her passion working with adults with disabilities in case management. She loves seeing people learn who they are as individuals through inner healing. She enjoys working with adolescents and adults of all ages.

Danielle’s experience includes working with anxiety, depression, trauma in all areas, and special needs as well as mood and personality disorders. Having a child on the autism spectrum has given Danielle personal experience that she is able to bring into her sessions to help encourage both clients and parents of children with disabilities. Danielle has two adult daughters and a teenage son.
Danielle is available most nights and Saturdays. 

Lesley Wespesser, LPCC-S

Lesley Wespesser received her Master Degree from Xavier University in
Mental Health and Community Counseling. She has worked in the rural
communities of Kentucky for over 20 years as a case manager and
Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor. Lesley provides individual,
couples and family counseling for children, adolescents and adults.
She is a clinical supervisor for licensed professional counseling associates
who are working toward obtaining their independent licensure with The
Kentucky Board of Professional Counseling. In addition to being a licensed
Professional Clinical Counselor-Supervisor, Lesley is also a National
Board-Certified Counselor and Trauma Responsive Care Certified.

Lesley’s areas of focus include but are not limited to: Trauma, Anxiety,
Depression, ADHD, Behavioral Issues, Mood Disorders, Coping Skills,
Domestic Violence, Family Conflict, Grief and Loss, LGBTQ +, Self-esteem,
Self-harming, Substance Abuse, Relationship struggles, Anger and Stress
Management. Lesley is here to offer an accepting and safe place to
process and explore issues and concerns that are affecting your daily life.
She is here to identify areas that are important to you, how to manage or
cope with those areas and assist you in making positive changes to better
your life.

Lesley is available for Telehealth sessions Monday-Thursday Evenings.