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

Somerset, Kentucky – Mental Health Therapy

205 E. Mt. Vernon St, Somerset, KY 42501

205 E. Mt. Vernon St, Somerset, KY 42501



Clinic Hours

Monday – Friday: 7:30 AM – 3:30 PM

Clinic Manager

Jade Knight, LCSW

Outreach Manager

Jenny Gaskins | email

Programs Offered in Somerset, 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 Somerset, Kentucky

  • Kentucky Medicaid

Meet the Team in Somerset, Kentucky


Adrienne Boland is an LPCA in the state of Kentucky with a master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of the Cumberlands. She has multiple years of experience helping youth and adolescents overcome trauma and other tough life circumstances within the foster care system. While she has found her niche in this population, she enjoys working with a variety of ages and backgrounds. Adrienne considers herself a passionate “people-person” who seeks to assist others in discovering their own self-worth through the telling of their story. Adrienne believes that healing comes from being heard and valued so one can ultimately listen to and value oneself. In this healing, a person can become empowered to move forward with greater happiness and quality of life. In her own free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and their three dogs who they fully consider to be part of the family.  


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.”