NSAC Louisville, also known as Kentucky Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders (KY-CARDS), is located in Louisville, KY directly behind the Paddock Shoppes (formerly known as “The Summit”). Directed by Dr. Kevin Chapman, NSAC Louisville is comprised of clinicians that are highly skilled and specialize in time-limited, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) for adults, children, and adolescents who struggle with anxiety disorders, obsessive-compulsive and related disorders (OCD, excoriation, trichotillomania), eating disorders, and tic disorders. Our clinicians utilize CBT, exposure and response prevention (ERP), transdiagnostic treatment (Unified Protocol) and mindfulness-based cognitive therapy.
Our clinicians at NSAC Louisville also specialize in one-week intensive treatment for phobias, panic disorder, and agoraphobia in addition to the utilization of virtual reality exposure therapy (VRET) for social anxiety disorder as well as for the fear of heights, storms, spiders, snakes, and flying. Treatment for the fear of flying also includes in-house flight instruction as part of the treatment. Additionally, we offer individual and group supervision for mental health professionals who wish to learn how to incorporate evidence-based treatment into their own clinical work.
Contact National Social Anxiety Center
4205 Springhurst Blvd., Suite 202
Louisville, KY 40241
Staff at the National Social Anxiety Center
CLINIC REPRESENTATIVE TO NSAC:
Kevin Chapman, PhD, HSPP, is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and the Founder and Director of the Kentucky Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders (KY-CARDS). Dr. Chapman serves on the Board of Directors for the National Social Anxiety Center and has numerous publications in the assessment and treatment of social anxiety disorder, other anxiety disorders, and cognitive behavioral therapy. Additionally, Dr. Chapman served as the consultant for the 3rd edition of the Managing Social Anxiety clinician manual and client workbook as part of the Treatments that Work series. Dr. Chapman serves on several editorial boards in addition to serving on the board for the Andrew Kukes Foundation for Social Anxiety and the Scientific and Clinical Advisory Board for the International OCD Foundation. Dr. Chapman also serves on the Coalition or the Application and Advancement of Psychological Science (CAAPS) Psychology Media Expert Panel for his work with anxiety disorders. Dr. Chapman regularly appears on numbers national and regional media outlets for his clinical work with anxiety disorders. Dr. Chapman is a recent recipient of the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA) Jerilyn Ross Clinician Advocate Award.
Chelsea Mitchell, PsyD, HSPP, is a licensed clinical psychologist providing evidence-based mental health services for children, adolescents, and families. Dr. Mitchell has a particular interest in treating children and adolescents with mood and anxiety disorders as well as those who have experienced trauma. She specializes in cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), trauma-focused cognitive-behavioral therapy (TF-CBT), and transdiagnostic treatment (Unified Protocol), utilizing developmentally appropriate evidence-based interventions. Specialty areas include social anxiety, separation anxiety, generalized anxiety, phobias, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Danna Delafeld, MA, is a Licensed Psychological Associate with over two decades of experience providing mental health services to individuals struggling with anxiety and mood related disorders as well as to those who have experienced trauma. While working with a wide range of anxiety and mood related issues, Danna specializes in the treatment of eating disorders and body image issues, including the treatment of Body Dysmorphic Disorder. Danna also works with relationship concerns that arise out of these types of struggles. Danna utilizes the evidence-based treatment approaches of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectal behavior therapy (DBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), and transdiagnostic treatment (Unified Protocol).
The National Social Anxiety Center (NSAC) exists solely to promote
evidence-based treatment for social anxiety, and education about social anxiety.
NSAC is not a group psychotherapy practice, and does not provide any psychotherapy services.
NSAC assumes no liability for it’s regional clinics’ work or practices.