Training and Consultation

As experts in Eating Disorder and OCD care, we appreciate the opportunity to share our expertise through training the next generation of providers and providing ongoing training and professional case consultation to providers who find themselves needing additional support or interested in advancing their own practice.

Meet Our Doctoral Student Therapists

We partner with Universities across Kentucky and the midwest region to train advanced doctoral students in pursuit of becoming a psychologist through direct one to one supervision by our expert senior psychologists. Doctoral students can provide reduced cost care to clinically appropriate patients.

Hayley Davis, MHA, MAH

Doctoral Student Therapist


Hayley Davis, MHA, MAH is a doctoral student therapist at Be Well Kentucky, supervised by Dr. Melissa Gibson. Hayley is currently a third year graduate student in the Spalding University Doctorate of Clinical Psychology program. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Clinical Psychology and Art from Bellarmine University in Louisville, Kentucky.

Emily Fenlon, BS, MS.

Doctoral Student Therapist
Emily Fenlon, MS, is a doctoral student therapist at Be Well Kentucky, supervised by Dr. Hayley Meadows. She has a Bachelors of Science in Psychology from the University of Georgia and a Masters of Science in Clinical Psychology from the University of Kentucky. Emily is currently a fourth year graduate student in the University of Kentucky’s Clinical Psychology program. She primarily works with individuals presenting with anxiety, depression, PTSD, and OCD. She works from a cognitive-behavioral orientation, and is trained in a variety of evidence-based protocols. Emily also conducts research on the relations between stress, trauma, and obsessive-compulsive and related disorders. 

Claire Cusack, BA, MA, MS.

Doctoral Student Therapist
Claire Cusack is a doctoral student therapist at Be Well Kentucky, supervised by Dr. Kate Price.  Claire is also a doctoral candidate in the University of Louisville’s Clinical Psychology PhD program under the mentorship of Dr. Cheri Levinson. They received a Bachelors of Arts in Psychology at Agnes Scott College, a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology from Towson University and a Masters in Science in Clinical Psychology from the University of Louisville. They have clinical training in eating disorders treatment under the supervision of Dr. Cheri Levinson. Their training draws from cognitive-behavioral and third-wave behavioral approaches (e.g., Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy). 

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Tuesday, Thursday and Friday

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