Life Works Therapies

Behavioral Health & Psychological Services

Board Certified Behavior Analysts offer supports to children and/ or adults of varying abilities who struggle with problem behaviors within the home, school or community. Service plans can include: Discrete trial training, acceptance and commitment therapy, activities of daily living training, toilet training, community-based instruction, academic instruction, functional behavior assessments, behavior support plans, caregiver training, and problem behavior reduction. 

Life Works’ therapeutic clinical team of Licensed Psychologists, Licensed Psychological Associates, and Clinical Social Workers offer specialized services for individuals, couples, or families experiencing social, emotional, cognitive or behavioral difficulties. With a humanistic and integrated therapeutic framework, clinicians utilize evidence-based practices in diagnostic assessments, treatment plans, and therapeutic sessions.

Life Works is committed to collaborative clinical service provision. Clinicians partner to provide skillful education groups that include mindfulness, self-advocacy, parenting, social skills, and relationships.

About Life Works

Lifeworks Integrated Therapeutic Solutions consists of a clinical support team of Licensed Psychologists, Licensed Psychological Associates, Licensed Psychiatrist, Licensed Behavior Analysts, Occupational Therapist, Registered Dietitians, and Licensed and Clinical Social Workers that offer specialized services for individuals, couples, or families experiencing social, emotional, cognitive or behavioral difficulties. With a humanistic and integrated therapeutic framework, clinicians utilize evidence-based practices in diagnostic assessments, treatment plans, and therapeutic sessions. Life Works is committed to collaborative clinical service provision. Clinicians partner to provide skillful education groups that include mindfulness, self-advocacy, parenting, social skills, and relationships. Lifeworks Integrated Therapeutic Solutions offers the following services: Occupational therapy, behavioral health such as ABA therapy, psychiatric consultation and treatment, psychological supports, positive behavior supports, and nutrition supports.

Our clinicians

Stacy Seale
Director of Therapies

Stacy Seale, MS, LPA, BCBA, LBA is a Licensed Psychological Associate, Board Certified Behavior Analyst, and Licensed Behavior Analyst. She graduated from Eastern Kentucky University and has a Master’s of Science in Clinical Psychology. She is the Director of Therapies at Lifeworks. She has extensive experience with working with individuals with Autism and other Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Ms. Seale enjoys the transitional period of young adulthood and working with individuals and their families to create and maintain reasonable mature goals.

Danon Ditto
Positive Behavior Supports Specialist

Danon Ditto, MA, is a Positive Behavior Support Specialist.  She graduated from Western Kentucky University and has a Master’s of Arts in Special Education.  She has extensive experience in working with children and adults with Autism, Down Syndrome and various behavioral, intellectual and developmental disabilities.  She has a passion for helping individuals with disabilities and their families meet their needs. 

Camille padgett
occupational therapist

Camille Padgett, OTR/L is a licensed occupational therapist. She graduated from Eastern Kentucky University in 2018 with a Master’s of Science in Occupational Therapy. She is also certified in treating individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder. She has experience working with both children and adults with various intellectual/developmental disabilities in varying settings including schools, day training programs, in the home, and in the community.

Sarah Jackson
Positive Behavior Support Specialist

Sarah Jackson, MAT-LBD, is a Positive Behavior Support Specialist. She graduated from the University of Kentucky and completed her Master’s of Teaching in Learning and Behavior Disorders. Sarah is also a Certified Teacher that has taught Special Education within Fayette County Public Schools. She has experience working with both children and adults with various intellectual and developmental disabilities and enjoys helping each individual and their families work to meet their goals. Sarah is married with two children. Outside of work, Sarah enjoys spending her time outdoors, reading, and being involved with her children’s activities. 

Sandra Anderson
Autonomous Certified Psychologist

Sandy is an Autonomous Certified Psychologist with over thirty years of experience as an Outpatient Psychologist, including sixteen years working as a Behavior Specialist focused on the treatment of Adults with Developmental Disabilities.  Over the past eight years, her current focus is providing Outpatient Psychology Supports to adults utilizing a blend of Dialectic and Cognitive Behavioral Therapies.

Jessika Vance-Morgan
Board Certified and Licensed Behavior Analyst, Clinical Supervisor

Jessika Vance-Morgan is a licensed and board certified behavior analyst. She received her Masters in Clinical Psychology from Eastern Kentucky University in 2010 and her certification in behavior analysis in 2012. Jessika is passionate about serving individuals with dual diagnoses. She believes in compassionate ABA, in that therapy must include the individual and their personal goals and preferences to be both effective and ethical. Jessika’s work includes intensive focus in the practical functional assessment, acceptance and commitment therapy, transitional life skills, sexual education, and social skills acquisition. Jessika lives in Lexington with her two children, three dogs, and pet guinea pig.

Kaylyn Johnson
Speech Pathologist

Kaylyn Johnson is a licensed speech language pathologist. She graduated from Eastern Kentucky University in 2014 with a Master’s of Arts in Communication Disorders. She has experience working with both children and adults with various intellectual/developmental disabilities in varying settings including schools, out patient clinics, in the home, and in the community. 

Amber Johnson
Clinical Social Worker

I base my work on the beliefs that every individual has inherent dignity and worth and is deserves to be treated with compassion. That every individual is capable of personal growth, increased satisfaction and happiness in their life and the right therapy can help. I earned my masters in clinical social work in 2012 from the University of Kentucky.  I provide individual psychotherapy and positive behavior supports to adolescents and adults with a focus on individuals who experience intellectual and or developmental disabilities.  I offer psychotherapy with an emphasis on mindfulness utilizing DBT and CBT approaches and positive behavior supports with an emphasis on applied behavioral analysis and social skills training. 

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