Supervised Visitation Program Staff


All staff are trained according to the Supervised Visitation Network standards, and receive continuous education throughout their career at Clover.


Supervised Visitation Program Manager

Kristy received her Professional Counseling Master’s degree from Bradley University; and double majored in Crisis Counseling as well as Addiction and Recovery from Liberty University. While in school she was a sexual assault advocate for SARP in Green County. For two years, she co-owned Vitality Youth Services where she facilitated Peer support groups for NAMI of Green County and co-facilitated survivors of suicide support group. She also went into Monroe High School once a month to facilitate a LGBTQIA+ support group and provided school based mental health in the Argyle school district. Kristy is also vice president of a non-profit, Village Youth, and a hospice volunteer by offering bereavement and grief counseling services for SSM Health hospice. She is married with three children of which two are neurodiverse (intellectual disability, learning disability, a deaf son, etc.). Her pets include an Angora rabbit named Lola and two dogs: Bentley and Bella. Kristy does not follow one specific approach in counseling as everyone is unique; she focuses on strengths and person-centered therapy approaches. She is a believer in meeting clients where they are currently at in their life. 


Supervised Visit Facilitator

New staff information coming soon!