Building a Psychologically Healthy Kentucky
Leadership in Psychology
Healthy Behavior throughout Life
Decreasing Mental Illness and Stigma
Discover and Reach Full Potential
Board of Directors
Jennifer Price, Ph.D.
Dr. Price is a Professor of Psychology at Georgetown College. She received her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Arkansas, and her research interests include traumatic stress reactions, emotion regulation, and psychotherapy preferences. She has previously served as the KPF Public Education Chair and has been a board representative for the Kentucky Psychological Association.
Tammy Hatfield, Psy D.
Dr. Hatfield currently serves as a Professor of Clinical Psychology in the Psy.D. program at University of the Cumberlands. She earned a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Kentucky, a M.S. in Clinical Psychology from Murray State University, and a Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from Spalding University. Dr. Hatfield’s areas of expertise and research interest include intersectionality of social identities, treatment of trauma survivors, sexual violence prevention, feminist therapy, individual and cultural diversity, identity development, ally development, gender studies, psychological assessment, and Appalachian culture.
Don Rogers, MA
Mr. Rogers serves as Chief Clinical Officer of Bluegrass.org, a Community Mental Health Center serving 17 Counties in Central Kentucky. He is a Licensed Psychological Practitioner who has spent over 23 years at Bluegrass.org providing direct clinical services, supervising programs, and serving at the executive management level. He received his master’s degree in clinical psychology from Morehead State University.
Warren Lambert, PhD.
Janet Dean, PhD, M.Div.
Courtney Keim, PhD
Cay F. Shawler, M. S.
Aiming to promote psychological health for workers by sharing information about reducing employee stress.
Prepare before disaster strikes, take steps to address emotional distress in the midst of tragedy, and build resilience skills to facilitate longer-term recovery in communities affected by disaster.
Educating the public about how the science and application of psychology benefits society and improves lives.
We coordinate the annual Spring Academic Conference and plan academic and leadership training opportunities for Kentucky psychologists and psychology students.
Fostering awareness and promoting understanding of diversity-related topics as they relate to the practice of psychology.
Care and Compassion
Health and Well-Being in the whole population
Equity and Inclusiveness
Human Dignity and the Inherent Worth of All