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Behavior Support Services

Kid SpOt's approach to behavior change ... THE FOCUS OF THE WHOLE CHILD!

We are your SpOt for...

Helping ALL families and communities by

Offering HOPE through perseverance and

Providing positive strategies for

Empowering one another!

Mental Health Counseling

Counseling is a guide and help in making decisions. Counselors help people explore and understand their worlds and discover better ways of thinking and living. Counseling often leads to solving life problems or learning new skills. Our advisors work with the pediatric population aimed at children and adolescents of school age. The following are some problems or concerns that can be addressed through the counseling process:

  • Adjustment problems

  • Anger

  • Anxiety

  • Attention deficit and hyperactivity disorders

  • Behavior problems

  • Body image concerns

  • Chronic pain and diseases

  • Depression

  • Developmental disorders

  • Divorce

  • Eating disorders

  • Family problems

  • Grief and loss

  • Impulsiveness

  • Mood disorders

  • Obsessive compulsive disorders

  • Sleep disturbance

  • Social

  • Substance use disorders

  • Trauma

What to expect from The Kid SpOt Center Counseling:

Experience: Our advisors at The Kid SpOt Center are licensed clinical associates in the state of Kentucky. Our therapists have training in clinical counseling, marriage and family therapy or social work. All of our counseling sessions begin with a meeting with the parents to determine the needs and also with an assessment and evaluation of the child. Our counselors use a variety of methods to help children with their counseling needs, including family therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, creative art and game-based approaches, solution-focused approaches and much more. plus. You can expect every therapist employed by the Kid SpOt Center to have the desire to work with children and a commitment to help children learn, grow and thrive!

Personalized Positive Behavior Support Services

Are you on the Michelle P. Waiver waitlist?

If you want to know where your child/adult  is on the MPW waiting list...

  • Call Division of Community Alternatives - 502-564-1647 

  • Select Option #4 (Mental Health and Michelle P.) 

  • Then select Option #1 (Michelle P. Waiting List).

  • Someone will let you know where you are on the waiting list.

Personalized positive behavior supports are available to people who receive help through Michelle P. Waiver (MPW) or people who want to pay privately.


Personalized positive behavior support HELPS you and your child decrease inappropriate behaviors and/or increase appropriate behaviors. Personalized Positive Behavior Supports is a service provided by The Kid SpOt Center and will allow you, your child and your family to receive support through proven strategies, interventions, direct therapy, co-treatment with other therapists, parent training and continuous support.

Will my child receive ABA services?

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a proven practice that is used to change behavior and we offer it at The Kid SpOt Center through the use of behavioral support strategies that include, among others: verbal behavior, discrete essays, video self-formation, social stories, sensory strategies (with an incredible sensory gym), visual supports, positive reinforcers, chip economy, etc.  At The Kid SpOt Center we recognize that every child is an individual and we are committed to "Shaping children for their futures"!

What can you expect?

Your child will receive an initial evaluation to determine their needs and a personalized behavior support plan will be created. There will also be evaluations to determine what motivates your child to want to change. Your child will be taught the skills necessary to participate in more socially appropriate behaviors and your family will learn new ways to respond when needs arise.

Targeted Case Management

What is Targeted Case Management?

Targeted Case Management is a service that is designed to help a child and family access a variety of community resources and services that are identified as needs in that child's life. Some of these may include, but are not limited to: educational, social, vocational, medical and housing needs.


Our specific case managers work with children up to the age of 21. Our case managers are specially trained professionals who help coordinate and link people with resources and community services. Some of these community resources and services with which a person may be linked include:

  • Educational needs

  • Social needs 

  • Vocational needs

  • Transport

  • Medical assistance

  • Community groups

  • Housing assistance

  • Support groups

Call to receive a case management eligibility assessment from one of our professional case managers!

Phone: 1-270-465-SPOT

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