Meet Our Staff​

Established in 2009

West Virginia Family Support & Rehabilitation Services is a family-owned behavioral health facility and full-service social services agency. We offer services to children, families, and people with disabilities in our community. Having opened in 2009, we dedicate our lives to helping people in the community.

We look forward to serving you.

Chasitiy Smith


Chasitiy Smith is a native of Long Beach, California. She moved to West Virginia to attend West Virginia State University and graduated in 2009 with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice.  Chasitiy began her career in Behavioral Health working in the community for ResCare and Prestera Centers while in Undergraduate. She moved back to California to pursue her Master’s and began working at a BHC Alhambra, an acute stabilization Hospital in Assessment and Case management department.  Chasitiy obtained her Master of Science in Counseling, Specializing in Marriage, Family and Child Therapy from University of Phoenix in 2016 and transitioned into a Case Manger position on SkidRow in Los Angeles working with the Homeless population. In 2017, Chasitiy journeyed back to West Virginia and Worked with the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation and Highland Hospital as an Intake Manager.  Chasitiy has served in various roles in the field, including case management, therapy, and program management. She now is the Clinical Director here at WVFSRS. Her passion is ensuring the deliverance of quality care to all who seek help. She enjoys football, travel, and quality time with her family.

Holly Radford

M.A- Therapist (Charleston)

Holly Radford, MA has been working as a Therapist with West Virginia Family Support & Rehabilitation Services since September 2020. Holly received a Master’s Degree in Counseling (with an emphasis in Addictions) from Marshall University Graduate College and also has a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia. Holly has several years of experience working with individuals with substance use disorders and is able to use both her personal experiences, as well as her advanced education, to help others. She also has experience working with individuals dealing with mental health disorders. Holly is from Charleston, WV and has spent most of her life in the area. She enjoys helping others, spending time with her husband & teenage daughter, traveling, the outdoors and reading.

Mikhaela Amick

M.A., M.A.- Lead Therapist (Charleston)

Mikhaela earned a BA in Psychology and a BA in Religious Studies from Marshall University in 2011. In 2018, she went on to pursue graduate studies and earned a Dual Master’s degree in Psychology and Humanities from Marshall University in 2020. After working with youth in residential care and in the community for several years, Mikhaela joined WV FSRS as a therapist in November 2022 to serve those in recovery as well as in the community for mental health treatment needs. Mikhaela understands addiction from personal experience with family who have overcome addiction, as well as herself (her sobriety date is March 20, 2018). Mikhaela is a foster parent, enjoys spending time with friends, and family, going to church and community events, spending time with her kitty cats, cooking, reading, writing, hiking, playing video games, and has a passion for depth psychology and the humanities, and is planning to pursue her PsyD in the fall of 2023.

Maureen Dillard

M.A., LPCC, NCC -Therapist (Charleston)

Traumatic experiences, divorce, struggles with children, substance use, work stress, life…sometimes as human’s we get to a point where our lives may begin to unravel. I like to think of myself as that extended hand, reaching out, to help someone refind their balance. I like to help my client, which may include children, adults, couples and families step back from the edge and find healthy and positive ways of coping so they can put the threads of their lives back together. Just like we are all different, there is no one size fit all approach, in therapy, that works for everyone.  I have been trained in a wide range of modalities, but I find that to help an individual change, it begins with them helping understand that change may begin with a new way of thinking.  I lean towards the cognitive/behavioral approaches including dialectal behavior therapy, reality therapy and mindfulness. My educational background includes a MA in counseling with an emphasis in school, as well as a BA in business.  I have training in Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.  I am a WV Licensed Professional Counselor and a National Board-Certified Counselor. I have experience working with troubled children, and individuals in recovery.  I also conduct motivational workshops for women on a journey of rediscovery. “Today you are you, that is truer than true…There is no one alive who is Younger than You.”    — Dr. Suess

Ashleigh Sexton

M.A.- Assessor

Bachelor’s degree- UCF Psychology, Masters- Saint Leo Social Work. I enjoy working with adults and children. I love working with all different populations. A cool fact about me is that I was a dolphin trainer at SeaWorld. I plan to combine my worlds of the mental health side and animal side to do animal-assisted therapy one day. I enjoy spending time with my family and pets at home. I also oddly enjoy cleaning as a coping skill.