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Elizabethtown team
"They Tailor everything for each child, no one size fits all here and that's great because each child is different and the things they need. I feel my daughters therapist does the ultimate best to give her the best of what she needs while also getting into that something new box that she has trouble with. The staff is also so great and friendly. Ready to answer any questions I have or provide information and also a school note ready for me because I will almost always forget. Thank you Kidspot for a great experience every time."
- Parent Testimonial


Lynn Beard, PBSS 

Lynn Beard is a “PBSS” Positive Behavior Support Specialist/” RBT” Registered Behavior Technician at the Elizabethtown location. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education and Master of Science in Exceptional Education Learning and Behaviors Disorders with Teacher Leadership endorsement. She began her career in the elementary school setting as an instructional assistant and teacher before joining the KSC team in April 2018. Lynn is married and they have two adult children along with 3 fur babies who’s the love of their lives; two boxers and miniature Yorkie!! They enjoy the outdoors, especially hunting, fishing, kayaking, playing card and board games.


Elizabethtown Clinic Manager/Positive Behavior Support Specialist


Rebecca Price, M.Ed., NCC, LPCC, LCADC, TCM, ASDCS

Rebecca is a board certified by the National Board, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and Clinical Counselor in Alcohol and Drugs. She is also a certified DUI consultant and a Prime for Life instructor. Rebecca has sixteen years of experience in providing counseling services to children, adolescents and adults. Before joining Kid SpOt, she worked as a school counselor, co-owner/operator of a private practice and she previously worked at  Campbellsville University where she was Director of Counseling Services and Vice Dean of Students. Rebecca's areas of interest include holistic approaches to the treatment of mental health, treatment of substance use in adolescents, children of addicts and defense of the victim.


Clinical Director of Mental Health

Jennifer Bourgeois 

Jennifer is from upstate New York and when her son and daughter in law moved to Kentucky it didn't take long for her husband and herself to follow. When not working she can usually be found spending time together with her family, or her dogs. Her father and siblings are spread out in different states and traveling to see each of them is very important to her. She is looking forward to helping everyone at KSC!


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Jena Ballard COTA/L

Jena is a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA/L). She has been at The Kid Spot Center since June 2012. Jena graduated from Jefferson Community and Technical College in Louisville in May 2012. She has a special training in Minds in Motion, Sensory Integration and Interactive Metronome. Jena lives in Cox's Creek with her husband, Nathan and their babies. Jena loves being outdoors, practicing canoeing, riding off-road, hunting, gardening and canning food.


Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant


Kerry Frantum

Kerry Frantum has 7 years of experience in the health industry. She joined The Kid SpOt Center in March 2017 as a Patient Advocate. She currently lives in Elizabethtown. In her free time she enjoys all the time she can spend with her daughter and all of her daughter's activities. She also enjoys gardening and spending time away from home during the spring and summer months.


Patient Advocate


Lori Rayburn-Dehart, BCBA, LBA

Lori Rayburn-Dehart, M.Ed., BCBA, LBA, received her undergraduate degree in Business and Education from the Morehead State University. She then went on to get her Master’s and Rank 1 in Education with an emphasis in Special Education from Morehead State University. Lori also received her certification as Special Education Director from Morehead State University.  Lori began her career as a special education teacher and later as a Behavior Consultant working with school districts.  In 2012 Lori became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and in 2015 a Kentucky Licensed Behavior Analyst (LBA).  Lori began working as Supervising BCBA with The KidSpOt Center in 2016.  Her mission is to assist all kids in living a happy, healthy and successful life.


Board Certified Behavior Analyst


Patiricia Elliott, PBSS

Patricia loves to teach and help people. She is a certified regular and special education teacher of 29 years.  She received her Bachelor's of Science at Murray State University and her Master's in Counseling at Western Kentucky University.  She has a life long commitment to helping those in need overcome obstacles and challenges. In her free time, she love spending time with her kids and pets. She also enjoys photography and the outdoors.


Positive Behavior Support Specialist

Kortney Craycroft OTR/L 

Kortney became an Occupational Therapist in 2020 and graduated from Spalding University. Prior to joining The Kid Spot Center, she worked with children at the YMCA after school care program for 5 years, and upon graduation worked as a pediatric therapist for one year and six months. Kortney really loves working with children and helping them grow to be their best selves. She currently lives in Louisville, KY. When Kortney is not working, she loves to roller skate and spend time with her husband. 

Occupational Therapist

Amy Ismail 

This is Amany, she goes by Amy. Amy went to school at the University of Louisville where she worked towards a Bachelor's degree in Psychology, Fine Arts for Painting, and Fine Arts for Sculpting. Amy has always worked around children. She spent her high school days volunteering in the special education class. Amy has tutored children of all ages and worked in daycare settings. She found her passion in ABA and has never turned back. Amy feels that being able to make a difference in a child's life is the biggest reward.  Having the ability to make even the smallest of changes in a child behavior for the better and being able to work with kids to adapt to social settings is something she aims towards in order to help KSC families live their best lives. In Amy's free time, she enjoys painting/drawing, reading books, or doing yoga. 

Amy feels like she can help KSC families live their best lives by being a good team member. Doing her best to create a positive environment for the clients and their families. Working with BCBA, Mina to implement appropriate behavior modification protocols to ensure optimal learning from the client and above all else keep it fun. Event he smallest thing can make a big difference for the family. 

Registered Behavior Technician 

Elizabeth Weber

Elizabeth is a military wife with 3 beautiful children. She was born and raised in California and has just moved to Kentucky. Being a military wife she has gotten the privilege to travel the world and see many places. She has a Bachelors in Social Work and loves and enjoys helping others as much as possible. She enjoys her time with her children and husband being outside and traveling as much as she can.

How can you help KSC families live their best lives? 

Elizabeth feels that she can help The kid Spot Center Families live their best lives by being a good listener and team member. She wants to do her best to make a safe and comfortable environment for her clients and their families. Elizabeth believes that she can help the families with finding resources and services that are out there for the whole family to use.

Targeted Case Manager

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