Dr. Michael E. Whitten graduated from the University of Louisville with a doctorate in Counseling Psychology. He completed a clinical psychology internship/residency at the Appalachian Regional Medical Center in Hazard, KY. Prior to opening Whitten Psychological Services, Dr. Whitten trained at the Weisskopf Child Evaluation Center where he evaluated and treated children with Autism Spectrum disorders. Dr. Whitten also trained with a neuropsychologist for over four years to develop additional testing skills. The focus of his current practice is the assessment of children and adults.
Michael E. Whitten, Ph.D.
Shon Goodwin is a graduate of the University of Louisville. Mrs. Goodwin earned a master's degree in Counseling Psychology and went on to complete doctoral level training and education. Mrs. Goodwin is independently licensed to practice psychology in the Kentucky Commonwealth. Mrs. Goodwin has extensive experience in the treatment of anxiety disorders, depression, and substance abuse issues. Mrs. Goodwin primarily serves adults and older adolescents.
Shon Goodwin, M.A.
Licensed Psychological Practitioner
Allie graduated from the University of Louisville with her master's in Counseling Psychology. Before then she worked as a counselor for those who experienced trauma at The Center for Women and Families. She is a Licensed Psychological Associate and has since worked in the neuropsychology field at Norton's Children's Hospital providing assessments for children and adolescents. Her focus is providing assessment for all ages, as well as working with those who have experienced trauma, anxiety, or depression in their lives.
Allison Recktenwald, M.A.
Licensed Psychological Associate
Misti Edelen graduated from the University of Louisville with a master's degree in Counseling Psychology. Misti is a Licensed Psychological Associate in Kentucky. Misti has experience in community mental health settings, college counseling centers, and private practice. Misti uses a person-centered approach in therapy.
Misti Powell Edelen, M.A.
Having become a therapist only after my children were grown, I bring to my practice a
great deal of life experience in addition to professional training. My therapy practice has tended to focus on issues that cause depression and anxiety, on the difficulties we
experience coping with life transitions, with aging, with grief, and with loss of all kinds. I
have found that life presents us with many challenges, and that there are times when
empathy and an objective ear can help us find clarity, direction, and healing. If you ever
experience a need for some extra help for a while, just know that it is available here.