Almeta McGlothlin, President and Owner of Hope Mental Health, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and has a Master of Social Work degree from Campbellsville University. She is a member of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) and has several years’ experience in Behavior Supports and Medical Case Management for Intellectually Disabled Adults.
Almeta always knew that her calling in life was to help others overcome their struggles and believes that life can be difficult to navigate at times – on our own. Her clients find her to be compassionate and possessing a warmth that makes her approachable and easy to talk to.
Her goal of establishing Hope Mental Health is to give back to the community and partner with others in helping them reach their goals. The focus is Helping Other People Excel. She is currently providing outpatient therapy services to children, adolescents and adults in the office setting; certified as a Clinical Trauma Professional Level 2 and trained in DBT.
Almeta is a Pulaski County native who is married with two adult children and four grandchildren. Almeta enjoys being active in her church and small group and when she is not helping others, she enjoys nature activities, spending time with family, traveling, and cooking.