About Our Therapists
Our therapists at Chestnut Park Professionals each have their own area of experience and additional expertise. They use a variety of therapy approaches, integrating these approaches for the best outcome for each individual client.
Dylan Camacho, LPCC
Dylan Camacho is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) who works with a diverse population of clients. Dylan believes that therapy can and should be holistic and improve every aspect of a person's well-being. As an Adlerian therapist, Dylan understands that who we are affects how we are around others and works to improve not only the individual but the relationships around the individual as well. He has previously focused on working with anxiety and trauma while working in the adult crisis unit and foster care. Dylan enjoys working with individuals, couples, and families but believes that the priority is helping the client get to a level where they can help themselves first.
He strives to be an advocate for Foster Children, LGBTQ, and other minorities in the community and welcomes having clients with diverse backgrounds. Dylan believes that counseling is more than just helping people with diagnosis and that anybody can benefit from it.
Dylan resides in Bowling Green and is a two-time graduate from WKU. His interest and hobbies include mindfulness, yoga, social justice issues, and is a self-proclaimed "nerd and proud of it" when it comes to video/board games and comic book lore.
Joseph C. Case, LPA
Joseph provides psychological services to teens and adults. He also specializes in clinical sport psychology, helping athletes cope with injury, transitions out of sport, as well as other clinical areas such as depression, anxiety, substance use, body image, etc.
He holds a master’s degree in counseling psychology from Trevecca Nazarene University. He is also a doctoral candidate in the PsyD program at Western Kentucky University.
He has over 10 years of clinical experience as a psychotherapist at Tristar Skyline Madison Campus (Madison, TN). He currently serves as an Associate Professor of Psychology at Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College."
Heather Dausman MA, MSW, LCSW
Heather graduated from Western Kentucky University with a Master’s Degree in Social Work in 2007, and recently received a Master’s Degree in Applied Behavior Analysis in May 2019. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with 14 years of professional experience in the mental health and human service profession. Heather has experience in both inpatient and outpatient settings and served as the clinical director of mental health services at local clinic for 6 years. In addition to providing behavioral and psychotherapy services, Heather serves as part time adjunct instructor, teaching clinical courses, in the Masters of Social Work program at Western Kentucky University since 2012. In addition, Heather is currently pursuing to become a Board-Certified Behavior Analysis (BCBA) and plan on taking the licensure exam in the fall of 2019.
Heather services all age ranges and offers individual, family and couples therapy to help clients address a wide area of life problems, emotional difficulties and behavioral concerns. She has specialized training and experience in working with individuals in crisis and emotional distress and specialize in addressing problems associated with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, attachment issues, depression, anxiety, mood instability and relationship issues. Heather also enjoys working with children and adolescents with neurological and behavioral issues such as ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorder. Heather has a variety of training in evidence-based treatment modalities such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Exposure Response Prevention Therapy (ERP), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Applied Behavior Analysis as well as EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing).
Heather views her role as a clinician, and the opportunity to work in the profession as a privilege. It is an honor to be able to work collaboratively with clients through their healing journey and self-growth. Heather is committed to promoting self-determination and creating a compassionate, non-judgmental space for change.
Frederick Grieve, Ph.D.
A licensed psychologist since 1997, Dr. Grieve conducts psychological evaluations (bariatric, pain, learning disabilities, ADHD and cognitive) and treats older adolescents and adults. He has special competence in the treatment of anger management and eating disorders and in providing cognitive behavioral therapy.
Dr. Grieve teaches clinical psychology at Western Kentucky University.
Ed Hanna, LCSW
Ed Hanna, LCSW, is a licensed clinical social worker with over 30 years of experience providing therapy to individuals and families dealing with a variety of problems. He draws upon an array of therapeutic methods to implement a client-centered approach. With a gentle and respectful manner, he provides a non-judgmental, safe place for clients to work through issues . Mr. Hanna received his undergraduate degree from Western Kentucky University in 1976 and his Masters in Clinical Social Work from the University of Louisville in 1982. Since then he has worked as a therapist treating depression, grief, anxiety, PTSD, stress-related and personality issues, as well as other problems; prior to that he worked as a counselor at an emergency shelter for abused children.
Susan Harper, LPCC, NCC
As a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC), Susan treats a variety of mental health concerns and has experience and skill set best suited for adolescents and adults. As a person-centered therapist, Susan views clients first and foremost as individuals, not as a diagnosis, and utilizes a variety of therapeutic techniques to assist each individual along their journey. She believes that a trusting and accepting therapeutic relationship is the biggest indicator of change for clients. Susan particularly enjoys working with clients seeking assistance with anxiety, couples counseling, sex therapy, LGBTQ issues, and identity and self-esteem concerns. Her role in the therapeutic process is that of an advocate and ally, who offers a safe space to encourage client growth, self- awareness, and increased coping skills.
Susan is a Bowling Green native and two-time WKU graduate. She received a Bachelor’s degree in Child and Family Studies in 2011, and a Master’s in Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling in 2016. Susan’s personal interests include yoga, meditation, social justice issues, mindfulness, and music.
Todd Noffsinger LPCC-S
Todd provides therapy to individuals and couples seeking assistance for a range of concerns including anxiety, depression, substance use, and life adjustments. His experience includes residential treatment, university counseling centers, community mental health, and private practice settings. Todd incorporates cognitive behavioral and psychodynamic approaches and is trained in Brainspotting, Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Gottman Couples Method (level I), and Internal Family Systems.
Robert Sivley, Psy.D .
Dr. Sivley received his Bachelors and Masters degrees in Psychology from the University of Kentucky in the 1980's. He acquired his doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology at Spalding University in Louisville, KY, in 1991. He is licensed as a Health Service Provider in three states (KY, TN, IN). Upon completion of his education, Dr. Sivley joined an established group psychology practice in Louisville, Edelson & Associates, focusing on neuropsychological evaluation. In that practice he had extensive experience throughout the 90's providing evaluation and treatment services to individuals with various neurological conditions at several medical and psychiatric facilities in the Louisville area.
Since 1999 Dr. Sivley has been employed full time at the Pennyroyal Center, a community mental health center in Hopkinsville, KY. In this position he has acquired extensive training and experience with forensic psychological evaluation, mainly involving assessment of criminal responsibility and competence to proceed with litigation.
Dr. Sivley has also maintained a part-time private practice in Clarksville, TN, since 2005, primarily providing neuropsychological evaluations to the military community and focusing on traumatic brain injuries and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. Dr. Sivley plans to retire from the Pennyroyal Center and expand to full time private practice in January, 2014.
Vivian Stover, LPCC, M.Ed., NCC
Ms. Stover is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor who has more than ten years of experience helping children, families and adults overcome problems. Her expertise includes working with couples and with senior citizens. She is a caring and compassionate therapist who is competent in several approaches, including cognitive behavioral therapy, Play/art therapy, Reality and Choice therapy, and Logotherapy. She has special interest and competence in helping children with behavior problems and helping adults with depression or anxiety problems. She welcomes clients with problems related to Autism Spectrum Disorders, ADHD, Sexual Abuse, Mood disorders, Anxiety disorders, family problems, school problems, and behavior problems.
Shonda Tibbs, MSW, LCSW
I work with clients to treat a broad spectrum of disorders including anxiety, substance abuse, marriage and relationship issues, grief and loss, depression and personality disorders. To assist clients in identifying triggers and stressors to their current emotional state and developing a plan for growth, healing and success. I practice Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as well as Solution Focused and Client Centered treatment. I work with clients and families to develop a healthy level of functioning and process self awareness. I offer face to face sessions as well as telehealth services to best meet the needs of my clients. I received my Master of Social Work from Western Kentucky Unviersity. If you are facing a struggle or fighting a battle, you are not alone. I am committed to be there with you each and every step of your journey.
Charles Webb, Psy.D.
Dr. Webb is an independent practitioner who rents space from Chestnut Park Professionals, LLC. He has been a licensed clinical psychologist for over 27 years and has worked in both outpatient and inpatient settings. He provides individual therapy to adults and children, and family therapy to adolescents and children, with their parents. He has special competence in the area of resolving parent- child problems. He uses play therapy for children under 11 years old. He has done extensive work in individual and group therapy with male adolescents.
Dr. Webb works with clients who have depression, anxiety, anger, parent – child, relationship, marital, and family issues. He works with clients who have co–occurring issues with substance use. He uses a client-centered, family systems, and psychodynamic approach to helping clients.
Dr. Webb conducts general psychological evaluations, including for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders (ADHD/ADD) for both adults and children; veteran evaluations for disability and Post Traumatic Stress; Learning disabilities; and Disability evaluations for adults and children.
Dr. Webb received a B.S. degree from Wake Forest University, a M.A. degree in Clinical Psychology from Western Kentucky University, and a Psy.D. degree in Clinical Psychology from Nova Southeastern University.