Meet Our Staff
Todd Noffsinger, MAE, LPCC-S
My name is Todd Noffsinger and I am the Clinical Director of the Talley Family Counseling Clinic. I am a graduate of WKU’s Marriage & Family Therapy program (2008) and completed my undergraduate degree at the University of Kentucky in Corporate Communications. I spent seven years working in finance prior to returning to graduate school and have since worked in a variety of settings including residential, community, and private practice settings. Most of my post-graduate experience is in higher education and private practice working with adolescents and adults as well as couples. I view therapy as a partnership between client and therapist and enjoy working with anxiety/trauma, addictions, phase of life concerns, and personal growth. My approach to therapy is influenced by psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral, post-modern, and systems perspectives. I hope to establish a sense of comfort and safety within the therapy room and view the client as the author and expert of their life—I hope to join and support persons as they become more of who they are. In my free time I enjoy backpacking, reading, and music with family and friends.
Grace Dickson, B.A.
Hello! My name is Grace Dickson and I am a graduate student in the Clinical Mental Health Program at Western Kentucky University. I earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from WKU in 2016. I enjoy working with adolescents and adults in therapy. My interests are anxiety, depression, and self-harming behaviors. I view therapy from solution-focused and person-centered approaches. In my spare time, I enjoy watching movies, exercising, and spending time with my friends and my cat.
Darrian Evans, B.A.
Hi my name is Darrian Evans. I am a graduate student in the Clinical Mental Health program at Western Kentucky University. I received Bachelors in Psychology from the University of Louisville with a minor in natural sciences in 2016. My research interest include depression and anxiety as well as race-based trauma, and adjustment disorders. Solution-focused therapy is a theory I utilize in the counseling environment. I have an interest in assisting clients in coping techniques such as meditation and stress management. In my free time, I enjoy journaling, listening to music and practicing yoga.
Brad Ginn, B.A.
Hi, my name is Brad Ginn. I am a graduate student at Western Kentucky University. I also graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and minored in Family Relations. I am currently studying couples and family counseling but I enjoy working with individuals of any age or background. My approach to therapy is influenced from a systems perspective, but also includes aspects of person-centered and cognitive-behavioral therapies.
Jaime Gregory, B.S.My name is Jaime Gregory and I am a graduate student in the Clinical Mental Health
Counseling program at WKU. I earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychological
Sciences from WKU in 2017. I have an interest in working with clients of all ages.
My approach to therapy tends to come from a cognitive-behavioral lens. In my free
time, I enjoy watching Netflix and spending time with my family and my dog.
Parish Richard, B.I.S.Hello, my name is Parish Richard and I am a graduate student in the Marriage, Couples,
and Family Counseling Program at Western Kentucky University. I earned a Bachelor
of Interdisciplinary Studies with an Education Concentration from WKU in 2018. I enjoy
working with individuals of all ages and backgrounds, but have found a remarkable
interest in working with children. I view therapy from a person-centered approach,
and strive to implement the necessary tools they need in order to create a sense of
direction and be the meaningful change they want to see in their lives. In my free
time I enjoy reading and drinking coffee, and spending time with those closest to