Counseling services to adults, children, adolescents, couples and families who are experiencing distress or crisis. Services include assessment, diagnosis, treatment planning, and clinical intervention utilizing individual and family treatment modalities. Therapeutic approaches include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, EMDR, Trauma-Focused CBT, Narrative Therapy, play therapy, and other approaches as appropriate for each individual client. Frequently treated diagnoses include mood disorders (depression, Bipolar Disorder), anxiety and adjustment disorders, PTSD and trauma-related disorders, ADHD, behavioral problems, substance abuse, eating disorders, child abuse/neglect history, couples/marriage counseling, parent/child relationship issues, grief and loss, and pervasive developmental disorders.  

ASAP (Adult/Adolescent Substance Abuse Program)

ASAP at Wilson Place is our substance abuse program. We offer onsite drug testing with immediate results ($25 cash or card) as well as laboratory drug testing that may be covered by insurance for clients of Wilson Place. We offer Rapid Assessment with recommendations, standard assessment, individual and group treatment options, as well as offering State-certified DUI assessment and classes.

Best practice indicates the importance of treating both substance abuse issues and underlying mental health issues, as well as providing ongoing support. We offer substance abuse treatment, mental health counseling, and case management as a wrap-around service model to improve outcomes.  

DUI SERVICES:  DUI Assessments, 20-Hour DUI Education Classes, Group Treatment and/or Individual Treatment

We offer substance abuse assessments, treatment, and all forms of DUI services. We are continuing to offer these services via telehealth during the COVID-19 emergency. In July of 2020, some of the DUI laws are changing and we wanted to make you aware of some of these changes.

1. You will now be able to complete your DUI Education Classes prior to being convicted of your DUI. The 20-hour Prime For Life DUI class is the only State-approved education class.  This is for first-time offenders who are assessed as being low-risk and the class can be completed in as little as 3 weeks.

2. Senate Bill 85 is geared mainly toward first-time DUI offenders. Under the new law, ignition interlock devices would now be available to all those who are convicted for drunk driving. First-time offenders who choose to have an IID installed in their vehicles for six months would be able to retain their driving privileges. If, however, you refuse to install the device, you would then face a 9-month driver’s license suspension. Repeat offenders and first-time offenders with a BAC of 0.15 will continue to be required to install an IID.

3. For most, the assessment can be billed to your insurance and could help you save money. We are glad to help you determine what insurance may or may not cover. We accept most insurances. The education class itself is not covered by insurance. Cost for this class as Wilson Place is $225.

We know DUI laws, requirements and penalties can be confusing. If you have questions, please call our Program Administrator Nick Johnson at 270-784-9630 and he will help with any questions you may have about your DUI or the steps necessary to complete your DUI requirements.

BIP CLASSES - approved by KCADV and compliant with court requirements. https://members.kdva.org/site_page.cfm?pk_association_webpage_menu=6252&pk_association_webpage=12483 Call the office for more information!

COLLABORATIVE DIVORCE COACH. In Collaborative Divorce, the parties agree to resolve all issues outside of court in order to decrease adversarial impact of divorce and maximize input and choice. Three independent disciplines work together as a team to integrate the legal, emotional and financial aspects of separation/divorce. The Coach works with the couple to identify and prioritize the concerns of each, make effective use of conflict resolution skills, develop effective co-parenting skills, work collaboratively with the couple and their lawyers/other professionals to enhance communication and reduce misunderstandings, and direct their best efforts towards keeping the collaborative process moving toward resolution. Visit Southern Kentucky Collaborative Professionals at http://kyrespectfuldivorce.com

COURT SERVICES. Comprehensive biopsychosocial assessments, diagnosis of any presenting mental health issues, and treatment recommendations for custody cases and DCBS cases.

CO-PARENTING COUNSELING. Divorce often leads to difficulty in separating marital and parental issues. Children need both parents in their lives whenever possible. Co-parenting counseling focuses on the child’s best interest, addresses communication break-downs, and separates adult/child issues.

COMPREHENSIVE MENTAL HEALTH ASSESSMENT. Conducted by a Qualified Mental Health Professional (QMHP); most often Court-ordered to have formalized report with history, diagnoses and recommendations. In-depth comprehensive biopsychosocial evaluation to identify and diagnosis mental health issues, specify findings of clinical significance, and provide treatment recommendations. Additional fee for report preparation will be charged; see Fee Schedule. ** Comprehensive Mental Health Assessment is not a psychological assessment - these are conducted by a licensed psychologist and include standardized psychological testing, i.e. IQ test or MMPI.

DRUG TESTING. Drug testing available Monday through Friday 8am-4:30pm. Walk-ins welcome. Instant drug screens with immediate results $25 cash or card. Active clients receiving services and having a diagnosis may elect laboratory drug screen that are covered by some private insurance and covered by Medicaid.    SUSPENDED DUE TO COVID-19

FREE BRIEF NEEDS ASSESSMENT. As a community service, Wilson Counseling will provide a free needs assessment to identify areas of need and then linkage with appropriate services/resources in our community. Anyone can request this service. 

LCSW CLINICAL SUPERVISION. Supervision for CSWs is offered. Group offered weekly. Full-time and part-time track options. Supervision philosophy focuses on ethical practice, integrative practice theories and techniques, therapy tools, case conceptualization and review, and treatment planning. 

MEDIATION. Mediation is different from other forms of conflict resolution. The mediator helps facilitate discussion and settlement negotiations in an impartial and neutral manner. The mediator does not provide therapy, counseling, financial, legal, or other professional advice. It is strongly encouraged that both sides have an attorney to represent their interests. If one side proceeds without legal counsel, that side understands that they are representing themselves and their interests during mediation and will not receive any legal advice from the mediator or the other attorney. 

TARGETED CASE MANAGEMENT. Case management services, including comprehensive needs assessment, assistance in identifying and accessing resources, and coordination of wrap-around services.