Co-founder of Access Behavioral Health, Dr. Mancini is a clinical psychologist who provides services for adults, children, teens, families, and couples. She has been practicing since 2000 and received her training at the University of California Davis Medical Center, The University of Louisville School of Medicine, and Children's Hospital in Oklahoma City. She also has extensive forensic experience in the areas of child custody, therapeutic visitation, reunification therapy, and parenting agreements and uses this knowledge to reduce conflict and support those going though the divorce process. She regularly interfaces with family court and family law attorneys and provides expert testimony regarding the best interest of children and psychological topics of interest to the court. Dr. Mancini also provides adult and child psychological testing for ADHD and to identify and/or clarify a variety of psychological diagnoses.
Co-founder of Access Behavioral Health, Ronald Dobbs utilizes a unique practice style for the treatment of adults, teens, and families in the metropolitan Louisville area. His unique practice style has helped thousands of individuals and families successfully meet their treatment goals. He takes pride in his work with individuals experiencing depression, anxiety, OCD (obsessive compulsive disorders), alcohol and drug addiction, marital and family therapy and anger management.
He also has advanced training and knowledge in the use of Hypnotherapy, EMI (Eye Movement Integration™), and NLP ( Neuro-Linguistic Programming). Mr. Dobbs was one of the first therapists in the State of Kentucky to be certified as an autonomous provider in the treatment of Domestic Violence, Anger Management, and Batterer Intervention. He facilitates several programs weekly. Mr. Dobbs received a Master's Degree from the Kent School of Social Work at the University of Louisville. He was in the first Family and Marital Therapy Program where he received special training in treating family systems.
After graduation, he spent time in Washington, DC studying and mastering techniques in the use of Hypnotherapy, NLP and EMI™. He studied at the American Hypnosis Training Academy in Silver Springs, MD where he received a Fellow in hypnosis, the highest certification. He is certified by the National Board for Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist. From there he went on to perfect unique treatment approaches for his clients. Mr. Dobbs received a certification from the state of Kentucky to treat individuals and families where domestic violence has occurred. He continues to educate and train professionals on a state and national level.
Has a degree in Psychology from the University of Louisville (1997) and a Master of Social Work from the University of Denver (1999). Alanna's work prior to Access was in community mental health, working with adults with severe and chronic mental illness. Alanna's areas of focus for counseling include women's issues, adolescents, issues of gender and sexuality (GLBT), mood and psychotic disorders, recovery from substance issues, and family systems.
Dr. Gayatri Singh, DBH, LCSW, CCM, LCAC, LMFT Dr. Singh has been a practicing psychotherapist since graduating from the University of Louisville in 2006 with a Master of Arts in Psychology and Master of Science in Social Work. Dr. Singh received her license to practice psychiatric social work from the Kentucky Board of Social Work, has a nationally recognized Certification in Case Management via CCMC, and is a licensed supervisory level addictions expert (CADAC-IV) via the International Certification and Reciprocity Consortium. She has a doctorate in behavioral health from Arizona State University specializing in integrated medical and behavioral health services. She has worked extensively with a myriad of patient populations, in a variety of clinical settings while utilizing empirically based treatment modalities. Integrity and compassion are at the core of her holistic practice.
Her specialties include treatment of adults/adolescents with mood disorders, substance related disorders, interpersonal relationship problems, women's issues, trauma, severe mental illnesses, sleep disorders, gender identity, sexual orientation issues, acculturation/adjustment difficulties, phase of life issues, end of life issues, and bereavement counseling. The treatments provided by her are geared toward alleviating suffering from distressing psychological symptoms, helping people change characteristic and self-defeating behaviors, assisting in adjusting to life circumstances, as well as in-depth exploration of underlying psychological processes. Dr. Singh has experience treating comorbid behavioral and medical conditions. She has developed various patient-driven treatment protocols to help individuals address debilitating comorbid medical concerns. She has experience supervising and ensuring the quality of clinical services. Her leadership and oversight has improved population health management outcomes, professional development, and system performance outcomes in various clinical settings. She strongly believes in life long learning and continued development of her clinical skills to provide advanced care initiatives to her patients.
Kathy Litzenberger is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who holds a Master's Degree in Teaching and Social Work. Her degrees are from Spalding University and Kent School at University of Louisville respectively. She is certified in EMDR and Clinical Supervision and has been recognized as an expert in the area of Children and Families by the court. Other specialties include working with adolescents, life cycle transitions, communication skills development and adoption issues.
Carol McLennan, MSN, APRN, PMHCNS, FNP-C, is a board-certified Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner with over 30 years experience working as a registered nurse in a variety of settings, including surgery, home health, and adult, adolescent, and child psychiatry.
Carol served 21 years in the Army Reserve, primarily as a nurse at the Veteran’s Administration and Fort Knox, and retired as a Major. Since 1998, she has gained excellent experience working as a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner across child, adolescent, and adult settings, including Lincoln Trail Behavioral Health (adult/adolescent inpatient and outpatient programs), The Brook Psychiatric Hospitals (child, adolescent, and adult programs), Fort Knox where she treated active duty and retired military patients as well as their families, and in private practice settings.
Carol enjoys working with a wide range of mental health concerns across the lifespan and has expertise in the areas of ADHD, depression, anxiety disorders, bipolar, trauma/PTSD, and behavioral disorders.
Carol is married and has two adult sons. She enjoys reading, walking, traveling, and spending time with her family and dog.
Carol is currently accepting new patients and offers some evening appointments. She is a member of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners.
Katie Berghausen, MSN, MHA, APRN, PMHMP-BC is a board-certified Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner with training and experience assessing and treating adults and children focusing on a wide range of mental health concerns including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, trauma, ADHD and addiction recovery. As part of a multidisciplinary team, she works in collaboration with other treatment providers to ensure proper medication management for all patients.
Katie took an unconventional path to becoming a psychiatric nurse practitioner. She spent nearly a decade as an operating room nurse, both in the civilian and military sectors. It was during Katie’s time in the military that her love of psychiatry developed and where she recognized the importance of decreasing the stigma around mental health.
Katie is passionate about providing quality, compassionate and comprehensive mental health services to children, adolescents and adults. Katie possesses strong clinical skills, enhanced by her natural ability to build rapport with her patients. She follows evidence-based guidelines blended with clinical experience.
Outside of work, Katie loves to travel, play tennis, walk her dog Leo, and enjoy time with her friends and family.
Katie is currently accepting new patients and offers some evening appointments. She is a member of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners and the American Psychiatric Nurses Association.
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