Thin Line Counseling and Consulting, LLC, provides mental health therapy to those that are hurting from past trauma, depression, anxiety, or PTSD. The agency also specializes in providing therapy to the public safety members that stand the thin line between order and chaos. As a former public safety member, the therapist understands the traumas that are observed by those that protect our communities.

Dr. Trevor Wilkins


Trevor Wilkins is a licensed professional clinical counselor in the Lexington, KY area, specializing in the symptoms related to trauma, depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder. Trevor is a 15-year veteran of uniformed law enforcement, serving with both the Kentucky State Police and the Lexington Kentucky Police agencies.  Prior to his service as a law enforcement officer, Trevor was a firefighter, emergency medical technician, and a public safety dispatcher. Trevor’s experience and commitment to serving the community in high-stress environments have allowed him to personally understand the effects of trauma on an individual’s life and mental health.  Trevor is trained and experienced in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (at The Soldier Center), Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (at Chicago REBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (at The Beck Institute), Family Behavioral Therapy, Trauma Systems Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy, and can provide psychoeducation about the direct effects of trauma and depression on the body.  Trevor has dedicated his career to serving not only those that are walking the thin line between hurt and healing but ensuring that there is help for those that walk the thin line between order and chaos.

Trevor Wilkins’ formal education includes a Ph.D. in Counselor Education in Supervision and a Master of Arts in Professional Counseling. Trevor’s dissertation research includes the study of stress disorders among law enforcement officers.


Therapist Kelli Robinson, LMFT

Kelli Robinson is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist providing clinical expertise to adults and their families. She has extensive experience dealing with critical incidents and the aftermath experienced by Law Enforcement, spouses, significant others, and their families as well as with Dispatchers, Fire, and EMS, providing critical incident treatment and therapy.

Kelli attended Transylvania University and later graduated from Thomas More University with degrees in Theology and Psychology. She earned her Masters of Art in Pastoral Counseling from the Athenaeum of Ohio-Mt. St. Mary’s. While in graduate school she completed a two-year internship at The Christ Hospital where she worked on the Obstetrics floor providing therapy to parents who had experienced the loss of their baby.

Kelli is an engaging and skilled instructor in the following International Critical Incident Stress Foundation to provide training in the following curricula: Assisting Individuals in Crisis, Group Crisis Intervention, Law Enforcement Perspectives in CISM Enhancement, Pastoral Crisis Intervention I, and Pastoral Crisis Intervention II. She is a Certified Trainer for Suicide Prevention for Law Enforcement and has developed and trained Marriage and Relationships in Law Enforcement throughout KY. Kelli is a member of the Kentucky Women’s Law Enforcement Network (KWLEN).

Kelli’s primary approaches in therapy include Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (having been trained by Dr. Robbie Adler-Tapia, Ph.D., Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Family Therapy, Marriage and Couple Counseling.

Prior to coming to Thin Line Counseling, Kelli worked in foster care as a Therapist and Director, Director for a Crisis Stabilization Unit, and Director of Psychiatric Residential Treatment.  Kelli

most recently served as the Deputy Executive Director and then Acting Executive Director for the statewide Peer Team (Kentucky Community Crisis Response Board / KCCRB) providing critical incident stress management to all first responders, schools, and businesses following a critical incident. During her ten years with KCCRB, she coordinated peer teams to respond to requests for assistance. Kelli currently serves as a Behavioral Health volunteer with the KCCRB. Kelli helped start and later extensively coordinated the Kentucky Law Enforcement Assistance Program (KYLEAP) Peer Team. She has trained six different Law Enforcement Police Department Peer Teams. She has been a member and helped to provide consultation since the KY Post Critical Incident Seminar (KYPCIS) began in KY.

Kelli has extensive experience in providing consultation and helping Public Safety Departments and Agencies start their own Peer Teams. She can also provide training and ongoing consultation.

Areas of Focus:
First Responders and Veterans
Spouses and significant others of first responders

Marriage/Couple/Family Counseling



Healthcare Providers
Grief related to the loss of a baby
Grief related to the Pandemic
Gay, Lesbian, Transgender, Bisexual Allied


Brandi Greenfield, CSW


My journey into the field of mental health and advocacy has been both personal and professional, deeply rooted in a passion for supporting law enforcement (LE) personnel and their families. With a foundation of academic excellence and dedicated research, I bring a unique blend of expertise and empathy to my practice.

Education and Professional Background
I hold a Master of Social Work (MSW) from Campbellsville University, which laid the groundwork for my certification as a Certified Social Worker (CSW). Furthering my commitment to understanding the intricacies of human behavior within societal structures, I pursued and obtained a Master of Arts in Criminology from Western Kentucky University (WKU). Throughout my academic career, I have been steadfast in my focus on research dedicated to the mental health of law enforcement personnel. This unwavering interest, though it may have challenged my educators who wished for a broader range of topics from me, has deeply enriched my understanding and expertise in this area.

Advocacy and Leadership
My advocacy work has led me to contribute to legislation regarding law enforcement mental health, underscoring my commitment to creating systemic changes that support the well-being of those who serve and protect our communities. Additionally, I am the proud founder of the Police Wives of Kentucky, an organization that I have led for over a decade. Through this platform, I have spearheaded various statewide missions and advocacy projects aimed at supporting law enforcement families across Kentucky.

Personal Journey
On a personal note, I have been married since 2005 to a combat army veteran who served in Operation Iraqi Freedom (2007-2008) and transitioned to a law enforcement career in 2009. His experiences, serving in both city and county agencies, have provided me with intimate insights into the challenges faced by law enforcement personnel and their loved ones. Together, we are parents to three children, and our journey has been marked by both joy and loss, including the miscarriage of twins. These experiences have not only shaped me as a person but have also deepened my empathy and understanding as a therapist.

My professional background is complemented by hands-on experience in community mental health and case management. This practical experience has equipped me with the skills to offer comprehensive support to individuals and families navigating the complexities of mental health challenges.

My Approach
As a therapist, I am committed to providing a safe, supportive, and understanding environment for my clients. I draw on my rich blend of academic knowledge, professional experience, and personal empathy to offer tailored support that meets the unique needs of each individual and family I work with. Whether you are a law enforcement officer, a family member of someone in the service, or anyone seeking support, I am here to help you on your journey towards healing and resilience.




Traumatic symptoms can include mental health difficulties that are also found in depression, anxiety, and difficulties with relationships.  Thin Line Counseling and Consulting LLC is equipped to handle the pain that these mental health struggles can cause.  Potential clients are able to call 24/7 to schedule an appointment.  Do not walk this thin line alone, and do not wait to call Thin Line Counseling for help at 800-464-1958

Trevor and Tim regularly speak to groups about the effects of traumatic stress and provides training about psychotherapy and the relief of traumatic symptoms.  Trevor is a published author about the effects of post-traumatic stress disorder on the members of public safety and has provided treatment presentations to governmental, educational, and psychological agencies.  Please contact Thin Line Counseling LLC at 800-464-1958 for booking and pricing information.