My name is Brian Tucker, and I am an LCSW, with JSOCC license, and contract with DJJ.  I am happily married to my beautiful wife and we have a 12 year old little girl at home.  I have obtained my bachelor degree in social work from Eastern Kentucky University, my Master’s degree from Campbellsville University, and my Juvenile Sex Offender Certified Counselor from University of Louisville. I have worked previously at variety settings, inpatient with youth, hospitals, and currently am employed at Somerset Mental Health, for the past 11 years as a therapist.  I have experience with working with youth from ages 8 to 18, and adults from 18 to older.  I have training on TF-CBT, addictions, family and marriage, and many other areas.  I enjoy fishing, outdoors, hiking, jeep rides, spending time with my family. 

Proverbs 12:1
Whoso loveth instruction loveth knowledge: but he that hateth reproof is brutish.

Brian & Tracy Tucker

My name is Tracy Tucker; I am happily married to my wonderful husband and have an 12 year old girl at home.  In May 2006, I earned a Bachelor of Arts in Human Development, (CACREP Accredited), so I have been out of college for a long time; however, I have completed my first semester toward my Master’s Degree. I have also obtained a Temporary Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor, (T-CADC), in February 2020. I aspire to achieve my Master’s Degree and obtain a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate (LPCA) in December 2020. I also want to obtain a Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor, (LCADC). I have been employed at Somerset Mental Health, and held the position of Case Manager Supervisor, since 2011.  I am currently employed at Community Based Interventions, where I hold the role of substance abuse counselor.  My interests include fishing, being outside, vacationing at the beach, going on cruises, gardening, hiking, and music. I am also interested in helping others and finding resources for those in need to help improve their quality of life as well. I have special interest working with children and those with addiction issues. 

Proverbs 31:26

She openeth her mouth with wisdom; and in her tongue is the law of kindness.