We are a full-service counseling office for clients from children to seniors. We are able to help with most mental health situations that may present themselves. If we feel there is another therapist that may better meet your needs, we will make a referral. Please contact us if there are any questions, or call us at 859-277-0022 to receive a free phone consultation.
Larry Springate, Psy.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
Dr. Springate received his Doctor of Psychology degree from Fuller Graduate School of Psychology and a Master of Science degree in Community Counseling from the University of Tennessee Department of Educational Psychology. He also has bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of Kentucky.
Dr. Springate's counseling practice covers a range of emotional and behavioral aspects including ADHD/ADD, depression, anxiety, grief, men's issues, gender issues, relationship issues and substance abuse. In addition to general psychology, he brings a broad spectrum of training and experiences in couples therapy to help partners with communication, conflict and family challenges.
Samantha Endicott, M.Ed.
Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor
Brené Brown Certified Daring Way Facilitator™ (CDWF)
Samantha received a BA in Anthropology and Sociology from Rhodes College and a Master of Education in Counseling from the University of Houston. She works extensively with Brené Brown's shame resiliency curriculum as a Certified Daring Way Facilitator™ (CDWF), in addition to training in feeling reduction, inner child work, and wellness coaching.
Samantha has expertise in treating issues related to unhealthy self-esteem, codependency, perfectionism, joylessness, relationship difficulties, emotional eating, academic and career ambivalence, social skills development, depression, and anxiety. Her practice focuses primarily on adolescents (12+ years), adults, couples, and families. Distance counseling/tele-therapy options are available.
Jan Cottrell, M.Div., D.Min.
Licensed Pastoral Counselor
substance abuse, PTSD, depression, grief, loss, anxiety
Dr. Cottrell received her Doctor of Ministry degree from the University of the South. She completed mental health clinical training at the Lexington VA hospital and clinical work at The Haden Institute, including two years of Jungian-based practice with Dream Work and Spiritual Direction.
Rev. Cottrell’s counseling practice focuses on healing, recovery and wholeness through a spiritual path. Her 25+ years of experience in the clergy is augmented by mental health clinical training focusing on substance abuse, PTSD, depression, grief, loss and anxiety.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Micah Miller, LCSW
depression and anxiety, ages 13 to 65+
Micah completed his Bachelor and Master of Social Work at the University of Kentucky’s College of Social Work. His work in multiple mental health settings including a community mental health agency, psychiatric hospitals, and experience with government agencies form a strong clinical foundation for therapeutic work.
Micah draws from a broad base of clinical training in cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, behavioral modification, trauma systems theory, and bibliotherapy. His approach to therapy focuses on pairing the most effective treatment model with the individual. This often includes addressing psychological, biological, social, and spiritual components.