600 Clifty St. Suite #2

Somerset, KY 42501

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Give us a call

(606) 678-0026

600 Clifty St. Suite #2

Somerset, KY

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Give us a call

(606) 678-0026

Our Team

Our Team

Therapists

Nathan Fisher

Clinical Director, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor Supervisor

My Quest in behavior health began 18 years ago as a youth counselor in a residential setting. In 2004 my wife Jada (Somerset native) and I relocated to Somerset. In 2005 I began pursuing my Master’s degree in Counseling. I have been practicing in Outpatient Behavioral Health since. I am a proud husband and father of four. 

When founding Quest Counseling, one of our goals was to identify the needs of the community and to find ways to affect positive change. We hope to be of service through our work as Mental Health Professionals as well as through our dedication to community outreach programs.

At Quest we want to help you be the healthiest version of yourself. That begins with breaking down the stigma of Mental Health. As a society we must acknowledge that individually it is just as important to take care of your Mental Health as your physical health.

Our motto here at Quest is “Educate, Motivate, Navigate.” Our team strives to do those three things daily. We seek to empower you through education, motivate you to you reach your destination, ultimately to assist you in navigating your Quest!

Kelli N. Jordan, MSW, LCSW

Therapist, Intake Coordinator, Assistant Clinical Director

Kelli is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker practicing in Somerset, KY. She completed her BS in Criminal Justice at Eastern Kentucky University in 2009. In 2014 she received her Masters in Social Work at Campbellsville University. With over five years of experience in the behavior health field, her interests and specialties are At-Risk Children and Adolescents, Peri and Postpartum Depression, Anxiety, Childhood Trauma, Grief and Loss, Self-image/Self-esteem Issues.

Kelli has experience practicing in both the office and community setting. She uses a variety of modalities tailored to the unique needs of each client, including cognitive behavior therapy, in which she was trained by the Beck Institute. In her downtime she enjoys spending time with her family, friends, and traveling.

Megan Brock, LPCC, ICST-P

Therapist

“Most people believe vulnerability is weakness. But really, vulnerability is courage. We must ask ourselves…are we willing to show up and be seen?” -Brene Brown 

Therapy can feel scary, and the thought of being vulnerable with a stranger can feel overwhelming. There is a power in vulnerability, and it takes incredible courage to show up and be seen and heard. To be vulnerable you need someone to meet you with empathy and compassion. Megan aspires to be that person for her clients. 

Megan Simpson is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor as well as an Internationally Credentialed Sandtray Therapist-Provider. She is working towards becoming a Registered Play Therapist. Megan has several years of experience working with children and families in crisis as well as working with clients experiencing a variety of symptoms caused from Anxiety, Depression, Trauma and Substance Abuse issues. She has worked with clients ages 3-70+ to address their individual needs.

Aaron Atwood, LPCA

Therapist

Aaron is a 2018 graduate of University of the Cumberland’s, with a Master’s in Clinical Mental Health. He has 15+ years of experience working in the Mental Health field. He coaches middle school archery; he also enjoys, gardening, woodworking, and reading. Aaron has been married for eleven years and is the proud father of 2 children.

Julie Mullins, LCSW

Therapist

Julie grew up in Somerset, Kentucky and attended Pulaski County High School just like her parents and grandparents before her. They say “home is where the heart is” and Julie found that not only did she have a heart for her family and community, but also for the socially and mentally oppressed members of our community.

Early in her life, she wanted to make a difference in lives and affect positive change. Julie married Jason Mullins in 2000, and together they were able to raise a family while Julie continued to follow her educational/professional dreams. She had the opportunity to be a stay at home mother while she pursued a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice. Also, during this time, Julie was able to teach gymnastics and be a substitute teacher to gain some work experience. She decided that the best way to contribute to the community was through social work; she accepted a position to be a Family Preservation Specialist in 2008. After two years, Julie began to work towards a Master’s degree in Social Work at Campbellsville University. Julie has been working in Mental Health counseling services since.

Throughout her career, she has provided Couples Counseling, Substance Abuse Counseling, Family Therapy, Individual Therapy for children and adults. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, she has experienced providing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Behavioral Modification Therapy, Guided Therapy, Mindfulness, Art Therapy, Play Therapy, Grief Counseling etc. Julie has recently found her professional “home” here at Quest Counseling; she looks forward to serving the community for many more years.

Julie lost her husband in 2017; she is now a single parent to two teenagers, Landyn (17 y/o) and Seanna (14 y/o). She also has custody of her nephew Rylan (19 months) who was born with a genetic disorder called MECP2 Duplication Syndrome. Julie’s children are her heart, her home, and her world. Together they enjoy hiking, kayaking, playing disc golf, volleyball attending music festivals, and traveling to see new places together.

Kari McCormick, LPCA

Therapist

Kari has recently had training in Aggression Replacement Therapy or ART. Kari obtained her license after attending the Master’s program for Counseling and Human Development at Lindsey Wilson College. She quickly learned that she enjoys helping children that may struggle with Mental Health issues, such as Anxiety and Depression. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, watching movies, and making memories with her family.

Heather Lawhorn, CSW

Therapist, COO, HR Manager

I was born in beautiful Somerset, Kentucky. As a young girl, I fell in love with not only the beautiful scenery in the Lake Cumberland area, but also with the people, strong roots, and family ties and traditions that reside in this area. As a young adult searching for my career path in life, I knew that I wanted to grow up and follow a career path where I would work to assist my community a way that would enhance their quality of life. I quickly noticed that many community members were struggling with serious Mental Health issues that were considered taboo at the time.

I found my calling in the Mental Health field working to help eradicate barriers on breaking down the stigmas that are associated with Mental Health problems. I attended Lindsey Wilson College in Columbia, KY, and pursued this calling. I graduated in May of 2003 with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, with additional study in Criminal Justice. I found that I loved working in the field and helping others; yet, quickly realized that I wanted to further my education and pursue a counseling degree in order to provide optimum help to anyone that I met on personal and professional level. So, I attended Campbellsville University and graduated in December of 2016 with my Master’s in Social Work.

Since 2017 my work home has been Quest Counseling and I currently serve as Human Resource Director and am a CSW and enjoy helping both clients and employees on their personal Quest to overcome obstacles during their life journeys.

Liz Godsey, M.Ed., LPCC

Therapist

Elizabeth has a Master’s of Education in Counseling and Human Development degree and eight plus years of experience working in the Mental Health field. She is trained in TF-CBT Therapy. Elizabeth is currently providing services for individuals and families in the home, school, and office settings for children, adolescents, and adults. She has a special interest in working with women and the LGBTQ population. Elizabeth loves having fun with loved ones and spending as much time as possible outdoors.

Jada Fisher, LPCC

Therapist/CQI

Jada Fisher is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor at Quest; she has over 15 years of experience in the Mental Health field.

Jada received her undergraduate degree from Eastern Kentucky University in Criminal Justice. In 2004 she had the opportunity to return to her hometown of Somerset, creating a new program to support children in foster care for the Lake Cumberland area. Eventually transiting into Family Preservation Jada decided to pursue her Master’s Degree in Education and Mental Health Counseling at Lindsey Wilson College.  

Jada continued her professional pursuit in 2009, as a Qualified Intellectual Disability Professional and later moved to the Psychology Department as a Behavior Specialist. Jada joined Quest full time in April 2019 she holds dual roles as a Therapist and Continuous Quality Improvement.

Natasha Slaughter, CSW

Therapist

Natasha provides mental health services in Somerset, Kentucky. She obtained her Bachelor of Social Work as well as her Master of Social Work from Campbellsville University. Natasha has been working in the Mental Health field for around five years. Natasha is proficient in working with young children and teenagers as well as adults who are facing a variety of Mental Health issues. Natasha resides in the Pulaski County area with her husband and three children.

Savannah Kuney, LMFT

Therapist

Savannah is Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who serves clients in the Somerset area. Savannah is fluent in Spanish and enjoys working with families with language barriers. Savannah has a passion for working with people and their family units to improve skilled communication and make progress towards meaningful connection. Savannah is trained and certified to offer Prepare Enrich classes as well as Child Centered Play Therapy. Savannah is trained in Filial Therapy and Gottman Couple’s Therapy and is pursuing certification.

Emily Siler, M.Ed, LPCA

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Emily Siler received her bachelors and Masters from Lindsey Wilson college in human services and counseling and human development. Emily has worked in the mental health field for over 8 years. Emily enjoys working with children, adolescent, and young adults.  Emily is currently working to obtain Sandtray therapy credentialing.  To be able to allow the client to create healing when words are not enough  Emily is passionate about serving the community and advocating  for others.

 

Megan Smith, LPCA

Therapist

Megan started her journey in the human services field after graduating high school in 2013. She earned her bachelors in human services in 2017. She earned her Masters of education in counseling and human development and became a LPCA in May 2020. Megan enjoys spending most of her time with her family and being outside as much as possible. She has a passion for helping others and looks forward to working with all of her clients.

Case Managers

Laura Wonn

Case Manager

Laura Wonn has been a Case Manager in Somerset Ky since 2012. Laura attended the University of Kentucky where she received a Bachelor’s degree in Family Studies. Laura enjoys working as a team to assist individuals and families find the resources they need.

Kaitlyn Hines

Case Manager

Kaitlyn Hines is a graduate of Towson University in Towson, MD. Kaitlyn has an undergraduate degree in Human Services with two years of experience in the field. Kaitlyn has worked with various populations ranging from young children to the elderly population. She is currently working towards earning her Master’s Degree in Counseling and Human Development from Lindsey Wilson College.

Jessica Davis Garrett

Case Manager

Jessica Davis Garrett is a 2010 graduate of Midway College. She is the mother of three children who are her most prized possessions. Jessica loves providing Case Management services to her clients at Quest and describes helping others as a passion.

Amber Coyle

Case Manager

Amber Coyle graduated with a Bachelor’s in Human Services and Counseling in 2015 from Lindsey Wilson College. Amber sought out a field in which she could assist people in their journey. Since graduating, she has worked with family preservation and provided Case Management. Amber has three children; they enjoy spending time as a family riding horses and playing sports. Amber believes that everyone has a journey and goal in life; hers happens to be helping others to fulfill their goals and dreams.

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Case Manager

Shelbi Watson was born and raised here in Somerset, KY. She is married to her husband, Jerrod and they have two daughters, Paisley + Hattie, with a new baby due in May. Shelbi has had eight years of working with children in the public schools, and has worked with children in an array of settings. Shelbi takes pride in getting to know her clients and their families on a personal level, to provide the best quality of assistance. Shelbi graduated from Campbellsville University with a BS. Shelbi looks forward to serving her clients and families.

Devan Perkins

Case Manager

Devan Perkins graduated from Eastern Kentucky University where she studied Psychology and Public Health. She lives in Somerset with her husband and two daughters. Devan enjoys working with both children and families to provide them with community resources to better their lives. When she isn’t working, Devan enjoys spending time on Lake Cumberland and traveling with her family.

Kim Roberts

Case Manager

Kim graduated in 2014 from Lindsey Wilson College with a Bachelor’s degree in Human Services and has worked in the Mental Health field since 2012. Kim and her husband have a 3-year-old daughter and love doing family-fun activities together. Kim is a native of Massachusetts and enjoys spending time exploring Kentucky and all the pretty places it has to offer. She loves to travel, especially back home to Massachusetts to visit family and friends.

Tony Dixon

Case Manager

Tony Dixon is originally from Parrish, Alabama and moved to Kentucky in 2004 to attend college at the University of Kentucky. While there he played football for the Kentucky Wildcats until he graduated from the college with a degree in Social Work. Upon graduation, he knew he wanted to stay in Kentucky and relocated to Somerset where he assisted the community through numerous aspects including opening his own personal training gym, assisting in coaching the Somerset football teams, and working in the Mental Health community. Tony soon found his current work home at Quest Counseling in June of 2019 and focuses on continuing to provide support to the Mental Health community in this area. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his daughter and continues to coach and mentor young athletes in the Somerset Youth Football League.

Gina Bowles Sears

Case Manager

Gina Bowles Sears is a lifelong resident of Somerset, Ky. Gina graduated from University of the Cumberland’s with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. She has worked as a Case Manager intermittently since 1990. Gina has been with Quest Counseling since March of 2018. She enjoys Case Management because it enables her to work with other team members to make sure that our clients get the best quality of care possible.

Gina’s favorite part of her job is when her clients are well enough to no longer need services. Gina is married to Robert Sears and has one grown son, Nathanael and two fur babies. In her free time, she plays the piano for her church and gives piano lessons. Gina also enjoys traveling, collecting vintage books, shopping, and anything Christmas!

Gina Marie West

Case Manager

Gina Marie West graduated from Western Ky University in 2006 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Public Health. She worked for 4.5 years as a Michelle P CDO Support Broker and PASRR Case Manager working with individuals with developmental disabilities (Children, adults, and geriatrics). In 2014 Gina Marie moved back to Somerset, she began working with children in the Behavioral Health field as a Case Manager, eventually transitioning to Substance Abuse Case Management in 2017.

In the fall of 2017, Gina Marie worked for Oak Hill Elementary as a Special Education Assistant working one on one with a child with developmental disabilities. Gina Marie is one of our dedicated Case Managers here at Quest Counseling. She says her passion is working with children and providing their family with the resources they need to live a more meaningful life.

 Gina Marie has a 6-year-old daughter, Calleigh, that is her whole world. Gina Marie spends much of her spare time teaching Gymnastics at “Pep & Pazzazz”, a student of dance for 15 years, she loves sharing her love of dance and gymnastics with her daughter and the other children.

Michelle Anderson

Case Manager

Michelle is a graduate of Eastern Kentucky University. Michelle and her husband have three daughters, two son-in laws as well as a wonderful granddaughter.   Before coming to Quest Michelle spent many years in the school system, she loves working with children and making a difference in peoples lives.  She enjoys family time, being outside and reading a good book.   

Office Staff

Brandy Thomas

Office Manager

Brandy Thomas is the Office Manager at Quest Counseling. Brandy is from Casey County Kentucky; she attended Western Kentucky University. Brandy has a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science and is pursuing a Master of Public Administration. She has worked in the Mental Health field for the past twelve years. Brandy has questionable allegiances to various sports teams and tends to drone on and on about politics. She has two roommates, a nine-year-old human child (Ivory) whom she describes as “beautiful yet prickly” and a shitzapoo (Bogart Theordore Fonzarelli) who is just prickly period.

Courtney Jones

Administrative Assistant

Courtney Jones is our Front Desk Administrative Assistant. Courtney is a 2004 graduate of Somerset High School and has 15 years’ experience as an Administrative Assistant. Courtney has two children, Mary Grace and Marcus. She is a loud and proud football mom. Courtney serves at South Maple Street 1st Baptist Church where she is a member of the Mass Choir. Courtney aims to make your experience with the reception desk at Quest Counseling positive and effortless.

Sherry Martin

Records Clerk

Sherry Martin is a records clerk at Quest Counseling. Sherry is from Science Hill. She has two children and two amazing grandchildren. Sherry enjoys UK sports.

Dalana Nelson

Billing

Dalana Nelson is the Billing Specialist of Quest Counseling. She has 12 years’ experience working in the medical field. She is a native of Pulaski County. She is a 1998 graduate of Southwestern High School. She lives in Somerset with her husband Nathan and their two children. She is a member of Ferguson United Methodist church. She enjoys spending time with her family, camping and attending her children’s sporting events.

Marsha Gilmore

Credentials Manager

Marsha Gilmore has been at Quest since the beginning, shuffling around in all areas of the administrative parts of the business. Marsha worked most of her career in business administration and finance, after five years of retirement she decided she really needed to get out more. Quest is grateful to have Marsha here three days a week taking care of all our credentialing, payroll, and finance needs. We have a great group of people, and we’re so happy that Marsha is all in here at Quest.

We Educate. Motivate. Navigate.

 

Adults, Couples, Children, Families, Groups

Sessions are available for adolescent and adult individuals, couples, children, families, and groups. Common mental health topics addressed include:

Depression | Anxiety Disorders | Mood Regulation | Self-Esteem | Grieving | Anger Management | Life Transition | Trauma & PTSD | Bipolar Disorder | Abuse | Dual Diagnosis | Relationship Dynamics | Substance Abuse | Sexuality Concerns | Crisis Management | Addictions | Infidelity | Borderline Personality | Chronic Pain | Codependency | Sexual Abuse | Coping Skills | Obsessive-Compulsive | Prenatal, Pregnancy & Postpartum | Suicidal Ideation | Divorce | Dissociative Disorders | Personality Disorders | LGBTQ Concerns | Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior | Nurturing Parenting | Batterer's Intervention

 

 

Adults, Couples, Children, Families, Groups

Sessions are available for adolescent and adult individuals, couples, children, families, and groups. Common mental health topics addressed include:

Depression | Anxiety Disorders | Mood Regulation | Self-Esteem | Grieving | Anger Management | Life Transition | Trauma & PTSD | Bipolar Disorder | Abuse | Dual Diagnosis | Relationship Dynamics | Substance Abuse | Sexuality Concerns | Crisis Management | Addictions | Infidelity | Borderline Personality | Chronic Pain | Codependency | Sexual Abuse | Coping Skills | Obsessive-Compulsive | Prenatal, Pregnancy & Postpartum | Suicidal Ideation | Divorce | Dissociative Disorders | Personality Disorders | LGBTQ Concerns | Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior | Nurturing Parenting | Batterer's Intervention

 

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