Barbourville, KY - Cultivate Behavioral Health & Education - Mental Health Services

Barbourville, Kentucky – Mental Health Therapy

219 Daniel Boone Dr., Barbourville, KY 40906

219 Daniel Boone Dr., Barbourville, KY 40906



Clinic Hours

Monday – Friday: 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM

Clinic Manager

Jade Knight, LCSW

Outreach Coordinator

Tonya Davidson | email

Programs Offered in Barbourville, Kentucky


Our team of specialists use therapeutic methods to help individuals change behavior, overcome problems, and achieve their goals. Psychotherapy is also commonly called therapy or counseling.

Insurances Accepted in Barbourville, Kentucky

  • Kentucky Medicaid
  • Most Commercial Plans
  • Private Pay

Meet the Mental Health Team in Barbourville, Kentucky


DonnaDonna Woolum is a Targeted Case Manager. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science from Union College, with a Major in Psychology. Donna has over 20 years of experience working in the Knox County school system. Following her passion to help other people and serve those in need, she began working as a TCM in 2019.  Donna’s empathy, kindness, and consideration have allowed her to develop relationships and enjoy working with clients and their families, from diverse backgrounds.  When Donna is not working, she enjoys spending time with her family, especially her two daughters. 


Gina lives in Southeastern Kentucky, she has one son, Zachary who is 26 years old. Gina earned her bachelor’s degree in Secondary Education, and has a master’s degree in Guidance Counseling and a Rank 1 in education administration. She has been an educator for 30 years in several different roles from Family Resource Youth Service Center Coordinator, High School Teacher, High School Principal, College Adjunct Professor, and currently Director of Student Services and Pupil Personnel. She serves on several committees for the Kentucky Association of School Administrators, and currently serving her fourth term as finance officer for the Kentucky Directors of Pupil Personnel. She is the education liaison between the schools and the cabinet for families and children and serves on other community organizations as well. She loves animals and currently has a Yorkie (Harley Jo); a Dorkie (Trump) and 3 Maine Coone Cats (Conway, JoJo, and Reba) that she will breed for her new cattery Badd Kitty Cattery. Aside from spending time with her son, friends, and of course her furry best friends, Gina loves passing time at the beach every chance she gets. She has a passion for helping people and children. As a Targeted Case Manager, Gina enjoys having the opportunity to help improve the lives and mental health of everyone she interacts with and most importantly, helping children to give them a chance to flourish. “There is no greater blessing than to see someone change and make a better life for themselves and be self-sufficient,” says Gina. 


Jade Knight is a therapist and therapeutic services coordinator in Southeastern Kentucky, with over fifteen years of experience.  She graduated from Cumberland College with bachelors’ degrees in psychology and social work.  Jade then attended the University of Kentucky and graduated with a master’s degree in Social Work.  Jade is a Clinical Social Worker, who is licensed to provide psychotherapy in Kentucky.  Jade is a former winner of NASW KY’s Young Social Work Leader of the Year award.  Jade can provide services in the following areas individual, couples, family, parenting, and group therapy for a variety of mental illnesses.  She is also a Certified Nurturing Parenting Facilitator.  Jade uses a number of therapeutic modalities including but not limited to: Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Psycho-Educational Therapy, Dialectal Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Gottman Couples Therapy, and Family Systems Theory.  A holistic, strengths-based, person-centered approach guides her work.  As Jade says, “My life calling is to serve others.”


Kaity is a Targeted Case Manager who diligently strives to meet the diverse needs of underserved populations in the Southeast Kentucky area. She is a Summa Cum Laude graduate of Eastern Kentucky University, obtaining her bachelor’s degree in Social Work/Psychology, and has been practicing in her field for three years. Though she has experience in working with individuals of all ages, Kaity has a passion for serving middle and high school aged youth, and thrives in building and maintaining productive relationships with this population. 

In her spare time, she enjoys utilizing her love for planning/ organizing to design and host events and celebrations, weddings being amongst her favorites. Kaity has a heart for music, and expresses this through her volunteer work at her local church, leading the youth there in weekly praise and worship. On the weekends, Kaity will likely be found spending quality time with her family and friends hiking, kayaking, or playing board games.


Mollie HarrisMollie Harris a CSW, Psychotherapist, has dedicated her career to helping the families of the tri-county areas improve the health and well-being of themselves and their children. Education has been central to Mollie Harris’ success. Mrs. Harris began her studies in 2002 at Eastern Kentucky University, graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work in 2006. She later returned to EKU to earn a Masters of Science in Adult, Juvenile, and Community Leadership, which she earned in 2013. She completed her Masters in Social Work, also at EKU. Mrs. Harris has also completed a number of secondary certifications in order to better educate her community on how to best take care of children. She is certified as a pediatric head trauma trainer, human trafficking 101 trainer, and infant massage instructor. Experience is also a strength for Mrs. Harris. Mrs. Harris also has extensive experience working directly with families affected by child abuse and neglect and has experience with SCL/MPW waivers. Her work has earned her some very impressive accolades. In 2018, Mollie was nominated for and completed the Leadership Tri-County Program, a program designed to identify potential, Emerging leaders from Laurel, Knox, and Whitley Counties. Her work earned her the prestigious honor of Kentucky Colonel in 2020, the highest honor bestowed by the Governor of Kentucky. The honorific title serves as recognition of an individual noteworthy accomplishments and outstanding service to their community, state, and nation. Mollie has also been recognized by her alma mater, Eastern Kentucky University, as she was awarded as its 2020 Social Worker of the Year and 2021 Social Work Student of the year.


Monica BroughtonMonica Broughton is a Targeted Case Manager in Southeastern Kentucky. She graduated in 2020 with a Bachelor of Science, majoring in Psychology, from Union College and is currently pursuing a Master of Social Work degree. Monica loves advocating for her clients and serving others. Watching clients meet their goals and become more independent is so rewarding. When she isn’t working, she is spending time with her husband and son most likely exploring somewhere new. 


Raven ShieldsRaven Shields is an LPCA in the state of Kentucky. She has a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Union College and a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of the Cumberland. She has worked with elementary school students and adolescents in the past. She has previous experience using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Reality Therapy techniques, and Play Therapy techniques. She has experience working with symptoms such as: PTSD, depression, anxiety, ADHD, and trauma-related symptoms. Raven provides therapy for ages 5 and up, working with both children and adults


Skyler Back is a psychotherapist that provides individual, couples, and family therapy for clients of all ages. Skyler is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) who is licensed to provide psychotherapy in the state of Kentucky. She graduated from Eastern Kentucky University in 2017 with her Bachelor of Social Work degree and graduated from Campbellsville University in 2019 with her Master of Social Work degree. Skyler has over 5 years of experience working in the social work field. Skyler works with clients who experience symptoms of depression, anxiety, trauma, ADHD, and other symptoms. She loves empowering others to assist them in seeing their value and achieving their goals. When Skyler is not working, she enjoys reading, spending time with her family, and being outside with her dogs.


Stephanie Jones is a board-Licensed Professional Counseling Associate (LPCA) in Kentucky who serves clients in Knox, Laurel & surrounding counties. She graduated from the University of the Cumberlands with a MA degree in Clinician Mental Health Counseling. Stephanie received her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Eastern Kentucky University. Stephanie has 6 years of experience working in the field of mental health. Stephanie provides therapy from ages 5 and up while specializing with adolescents, teens, and adults. Stephanie uses a variety of interventions based on the client’s needs including, cognitive behavioral therapy techniques, reality therapy interventions, person-centered therapy and play therapy techniques. Stephanie works with clients who experience symptoms of depression, anxiety, trauma, and ADHD. Stephanie works with individuals as well as families to develop healthy boundaries and coping skills to improve conflict and relationships. She wants her clients to feel respected, validated, and safe while sharing their experiences and vulnerabilities. When Stephanie is not working, she enjoys spending time with her family, being outdoors, and organizing. Stephanie says, “I want people to know that they are capable of making changes to better their life and daily functioning. With the support of therapy, clients can learn new skills and gain new insight into their life.”


Whitney McDaniel is a Targeted Case Manager. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Midway University. Whitney has almost a decade of experience in helping others. She believes that with the right support, clients can experience a fulfilling life and inspire other members of their community.  Whitney connects very well with individuals and families, regardless of background or life circumstances.  She also has a wealth of knowledge about private and public resources that can help support clients who face mental health challenges and lack of resources.  When Whitney is not working, she enjoys spending time with her husband and three adorable children. She also enjoys traveling, vacationing at the beach, and cycling in her spare time.