Dr. Dan Guy is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with over 29 years of providing quality mental health services in a variety of settings. Dr. Guy completed his undergraduate work at Kentucky Christian University where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Bible (Magna Cum Laude). He then earned his Masters of Arts in Clinical Psychology at Morehead State University. He continued to work his way across the state of Kentucky, completing his formal education by obtaining his Doctorate of Psychology at Spalding University in Louisville, Kentucky.
Dr. Guy has had the privilege of working in a variety of settings throughout his career. While working in two of Kentucky’s Community Mental Health Centers, he provided psychological testing and worked with both children and adults struggling with issues from behavioral disorders to those struggling with emotional and thought disorders. Dr. Guy also served as the Clinical Manager at a Louisville hospital, managing the counseling services for an Inpatient Psychiatric Unit, a Partial Hospitalization Unit, a Mental Health Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), a Chemical Dependency IOP, and an Outpatient office. He has served as the Clinical Director for a local Residential Youth Services organization providing services for Kentucky’s youth who are in State Care and are in need of Mental Health Services.
Dr. Guy is skilled in the use of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy interventions, which helps individuals recognize the connection between their thoughts and behaviors, and helps clients develop skills that they can use throughout their life to deal with issues of depression, anxiety, mood swings, relational problems, and issues of self-doubt and self-value. In addition to addressing bio-psycho-social needs, Dr. Guy also addresses spiritual issues that could be impacting one’s quality of life.
“Being the son of a preacher, my father impressed on me the need for quality conservative Christian counselors. My father provided solid Biblical guidance but recognized that there were times that more intensive psychological interventions were needed. However, finding a qualified therapist with conservative Christian values was very difficult. It was at that time that I decided to become a Psychologist. I was blessed to be raised in a Christian home, and I have continued to serve in the church throughout my life as a youth leader, youth teacher, adult teacher, and deacon. Currently, I have been honored to serve as an elder in my church for the past 10 years. My goal is to provide solid conservative Christian Psychological Services that will respect your current walk with God, and help you become the person that you want to be for yourself, your family, and God.”