Louisville, KY - Cultivate Behavioral Health & Education - ABA Therapy

Louisville, Kentucky – ABA Therapy & Mental Health Therapy

1230 Liberty Bank Ln, Suite #230, Louisville, KY 40222

(ABA Therapy Clinic) 1230 Liberty Bank Ln, Suite #230, Louisville, KY 40222

(Mental Health Clinic) 1230 Liberty Bank Ln, Suite #330, Louisville, KY 40222


Phone

859-317-5985

Clinic Hours

Monday – Friday: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
*Saturday hours may be available*

Operations Manager

Reba Stragand

Outreach Coordinator

(ABA Therapy) McCoy Nelson | email

(Mental Health) Tonya Davidson | email

 

Programs Offered in Louisville, Kentucky

Clinic based services

Children grow more independent in a safe, caring, and comfortable environment by playing with peers, practicing and learning social skills, communication, daily living skills, and school-readiness.

Social group services

At times, skills need to be targeted with peers rather than just with a BT. Social groups provide the opportunity to work on developing social interactions with multiple peers, including those that are typically developing.

Psychotherapy

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 for ABA Services in Louisville, Kentucky

  • Aetna
  • Aetna Better Health
  • Anthem/Blue Cross Blue Shield Commercial
  • Anthem Medicaid
  • Humana Commercial (Contingent upon location/provider)
  • Humana Medicaid
  • UHC Commercial
  • Medicaid
  • Passport
  • Wellcare

If you do not see your insurance listed, please contact us to inquire.

Insurances Accepted for Mental Health Services in Louisville, Kentucky

  • Kentucky Medicaid
  • Most Commercial Plans
  • Private Pay

Meet the Mental Health Team in Louisville, KY

Kelsey Morris, M.Ed., BSS

Area of Focus: Early intervention and transitioning to adulthood for adults with high functioning ASD.

Kelsey was introduced to ABA therapy when she was a freshman in college and fell in love with the clients and families. She graduated from IUS with her bachelor’s in psychology in 2015 and returned to college for her master’s in 2017. Kelsey earned her RBT (Registered behavior tech) in 2018 and graduated with her Masters of Education in Applied Behavior Analysis from the University of Cincinnati in 2019. Kelsey joined Cultivate in January of 2020 and is studying for her BCBA exam this year. 

Outside of work, Kelsey enjoys spending time with her twin Shih Tzus, Reesie & Boomer, & playing in competitive cornhole tournaments 4-5 nights a week.

Emily Spagnola, M.A., BSS

Area of Focus: Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder; young adults and teens; building independent living skills; transitions to adulthood

Emily has provided waiver services for over 10 years. Emily was a case manager for adults and their families before she became a Behavior Therapist in 2015. Emily has a passion for working with adults with disabilities to discover life after high school while building independence in their community.

Erea Long

Erea is a clinical social worker, who lives and works in Louisville, KY.

“Helping others has always come second nature for me! Finding a profession that allowed me to use that skill while teaching me to be even better at it has been the best! Mental health is such a huge part of being successful, being happy, and making our dreams a reality and thoroughly enjoy helping people through that journey!”

Jason Spencer, M.Ed., LBD, BSS

Area of Focus: Male clients engaging in physical/verbal aggression, males with autism, and transitions into teen years and adulthood.

Jason has been a special education for 15 years in the LBD/alternative classroom setting while working as a Behavior Support Specialist since 2011.  Jason has a passion for working with individuals with disabilities and helping his clients and their families navigate life during middle and high school while transitioning into young adults and helping individuals discover their potential to become productive members of society while gaining the skills necessary to be successful.

Rachel Smithson, LCSW

Rachel is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She graduated from Northern Kentucky University with her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in social work. In the past 11 years, Rachel has served her community, working with children, adults, and families through case management and psychotherapy services, supporting individuals in making positive changes in their lives. She utilizes cognitive behavioral therapy, strengths-based treatment, motivational interviewing, and trauma-informed care. Rachel was born and raised in Northern Kentucky. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her children and family.