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Clinical Team
Clinical Team


Meghan K. Ackerman
Meghan K. Ackerman, LCSW, MSSW, Chief Innovation Officer, 
grew up in Florence, KY. She graduated from Eastern Kentucky University with her Bachelors of Social Work. She went on to Graduate from the University of Louisville with her Masters in the Science in Social Work in 2008. Meghan has been practicing social work in the field of mental health for over 10 years and has extensive experience as targeted case manager, therapist, and clinical supervisor. Meghan uses a trauma informed approach in her direct practice and in clinical development of peers. She enjoys working with complex mental health diagnoses, co-occurring physical health and mental health, LGBTQA and toxic stress-related disorders. Meghan has experience in a variety of settings, but has a passion for in-home services and providing clinical supervision. Meghan also brings experience with grant writing, program development, and program management for acute and prevention levels of care to the Holly Hill Behavioral Health Services team.

Sarah Riley
Sarah Riley, LPCC, CADC, TF-CBT certified Behavioral Health Therapist is a native of Florence, KY and enjoys working with children and their families as an intensive in-home therapist. Sarah graduated from the University of Louisville in 2009 with a Masters of Education in Counseling Psychology with a concentration in Mental Health Counseling. She finds working with children and families is a difficult but rewarding job because she enjoys seeing the success of children and their families achieving personal goals. Sarah is a certified tele-mental health provider CTMH, and she received her supervision certification in October 2021.  She enjoys spending time with her son, Christian, her daughter Alexis, and their guinea pigs, Chocolate and Marshy.

Angel Stumler, LCSW, Remote Behavioral Health Therapist, was born and raised in the Northern Kentucky area. She earned her Bachelors in Social Work from Northern Kentucky University in 2012. Angel has experience working with children and adults since earning her Masters of Science in Social Work from the University of Louisville in 2014. Angel has worked in social services agencies as well as in the medical field dealing with issues such as Anxiety, Depression, Domestic Violence, and Trauma. Angel most enjoys working with adults, focusing on coping skills, self-care, and self-confidence while managing symptoms and helping to best manage stressors. She has been trained in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Motivational Interviewing and often utilizes a strengths based, solution focused approach.