Individual Therapy, Couples, Family Therapy, EMDR, Substance Abuse Services.
Offers Telehealth and Face-to-Face in
Morehead and Winchester
Anger and Domestic Violence Perpetrator
Assessments & Classes. Court-Ordered Family and Civil Mediations.
275 W. Lexington Avenue, Winchester KY
Mental Health, Couples, Families, Parenting Assessments, EMDR, IFS, Case Management, Supported Employment. Offering Telehealth and Face-to-Face in McDowell, KY and Winchester, KY
The BEC Center for Social Research is the culmination of the life work of three entrepreneurial women from varied backgrounds and political mindsets resulting in an organization with balanced viewpoints. Regina Berry,PhD. an African American educator and nurse/therapist, leans somewhat to the left brining in an urban perspective. Cheryl Elam, PhD, Caucasian, from a tiny mid-western town with an IT and mental health background, sits more center ideologically. Kim Castle, PhD, Caucasian from eastern Appalachia with a business background, court mediator, and parent trainer, brings in a more conservative mindset. All having educated parents that inspired their open-minded hopeful spirits. All three found themselves doing business in a small KY town, and by merging The Appalachian Peace Center and Therapeutic Village, strove to bring hope and healing to a marginalized population of clients. These clients, both victims and perpetrators alike, had faced life’s hardships of trauma, grief and loss, mental illness, poverty, substance abuse, and homelessness. They found themselves attempting to navigate organizational and institutional entities replete with biases and corruptions. Facing off these institutions themselves, The BEC Center for Social Research was developed to effect change in state and federal policies and procedures by holding high the cornerstone values of justice, liberty, honesty, hope, and faith.
The Teaching Docs offers Parenting Classes and CEUs for MFTs