Dr. S. David Hall

Executive DirectorDr. David Hall is a family therapist and clinical counselor and is the Executive Director and Clinical Director of Haven Family Psychiatry in Knoxville, TN. Dr. Hall’s experience is in working with teenagers, families, couples, young professionals, and college students with issues such as personal identity, sexual health, family communication, and anxiety. His expertise is […]MORE DETAILS

Dr. Kimberly Quigley

Medical DirectorDr. Kimberly Quigley is the Medical Director of Haven Family Psychiatry. Dr. Quigley has 15 years of experience in partnering with children, adolescents, adults, mature adults and their families in deciding if and how psychotropic medication can be used to help them attain their personal goals for wellness and wholeness in their lives. Dr. Quigley graduated […]MORE DETAILS

Kevin Orpurt, LCSW

Clinical DirectorServing as our Clinical Director, Kevin offers over 25 years of experience as a clinician and administrator in the mental health field. From 2001 to 2010, he was instrumental in establishing and coordinating the integration of medical and behavioral services at one of the nation’s first truly integrated care clinics within Cherokee Health Systems. Kevin […]MORE DETAILS

Elaine Rutherford

Chief Administrative OfficerElaine brings over 20 years of experience as an office manager in both primary care and sub-specialty practices, which includes allergy, rural health, pediatrics, sleep medicine and neurology.  She holds an associate’s degree in Accounting and looks for any opportunity to learn more in her broad areas of interest, both personally and professionally. Born and […]MORE DETAILS

Patti Reposa

Nursing DirectorPatti Reposa is a board certified Advanced Practice Nurse who brings 25 years experience in psychopharmacology to our practice. Patti received her graduate degree from Yale University.She and her husband have recently relocated to East Tennessee from Rhode Island to be closer to family.  Patti enjoys exploring our great East Tennessee outdoors and her growing farm […]MORE DETAILS

Sarah Bannister

Psychiatric Nurse PractitionerSarah Bannister is a board certified Family Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. Sarah received her Bachelors of Nursing degree from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville in 2006. She earned her Master’s in Mental Health Nursing from the University of Tennessee in 2010.Sarah worked in Women’s Health as an RN at the UT Medical Center in […]MORE DETAILS

Heidi Poore

Psychiatric Nurse PractitionerHeidi Poore is a board-certified Family Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. Heidi received her Bachelors in Arts from Cumberland University in 2004. In 2006, Heidi completed a Master’s of Science in Recreation and Sports Management with a concentration in Therapeutic Recreation.  She earned her Master’s in Nursing from Vanderbilt University in 2012.Heidi has experience treating […]MORE DETAILS

Faith and Spirituality Profile

As a community, we at Haven want to be centered on a rule of life that seeks God and his transformation for ourselves and the world around us. We are committed to the Christian worldview to serve others in their needs. And though we identify ourselves as a Christian community, we want to serve all people regardless of their beliefs and values. Whether your faith perspective is Atheist/Agnostic, Christian, questioning, Jewish, Muslim, Hindu, or any other belief or unbelief, you are welcomed and will be respected with the values and questions you bring.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Haven a Christian practice?

We are a practice that is built on the Christian desire to care for our neighbors and to be a light in our community for transformation. We want people of faith to know that this is a safe place for them to incorporate their spiritual beliefs in their work with us in experiencing healing. However, we welcome all people with whatever belief or unbelief they have and we want you to know that we will be respectful of the values and questions you bring.

What is the difference between Psychiatry and Counseling/Therapy?

Psychiatry is the behavioral health specialty in medicine and nursing and is focused on medical treatments in serving patients; this work is done by our psychiatrists or nurse practitioners who can prescribe medication as needed. Counseling or therapy is the process of meeting regularly with a therapist to explore and problem-solve emotional and relationship issues. Therapy is done by professionals with a variety of credentials, including psychologists, marriage and family therapists, professional counselors, clinical social workers, or other qualified clinicians.

Do you work with Insurance?

Starting in 2017, Haven Family Psychiatry began working as an in-network provider for several insurance companies. If you have a health insurance plan for which we are out-of-network, we will help you file for the out-of-network benefits that might be offered. Full payment and/or co-pays are required at the time of service.

The current insurance plans we accept include United Healthcare, CIGNA, Aetna, TriWest, Amerigroup, and Medicare. We accept only the Blue Cross/Blue Shield plans that have Optum plans only as the behavioral health component. Currently, these represent the Blue Cross/Blue Shield plans of those with employment in local government, Knox County schools, the University of Tennessee, ORNL, and others. Please contact our office if you have any questions about your insurance coverage.

What is the cost of Services without Insurance?

Our standard rate is $250 for an initial assessment, with $140 for follow-up sessions. Though certain of our senior providers are at higher rates.

Can Haven send me a bill me for services?

All payment and/or co-pays due at the time of service and we do not bill for payment at a later date. However, we are able to process credit cards remotely and set up reoccurring payments after we take the initial information.

Does Haven offer therapy services?

Haven currently employs a small number of therapists who offer sessions for individual, couples, and families on a limit basis as openings for new patients become available. However, through our care coordinators and office support staff can help the people we work with get set up with therapist in the community.