Naomi Cautadella, LBSW
Parenting Time Supervisor


Danielle DellaMarco, LBSW
Parenting Time Supervisor


Danielle graduated from Washburn University in Topeka, KS.


Previously, Danielle worked in Medical Social Work in Long Island, NY. And worked for The Department of Children and Families as investigation Specialist.


Danielle began working at The Layne Project in 2018.

Layla Habibi, LMSW
Parenting Time Supervisor


Layla Habibi graduated with a Bachelors in Education from the University of Kansas in 2007 because she always knew she wanted to work with children in some capacity. Immediately following graduation she completed a year of community service with Americorps in Denver Colorado working at an alternative high school and family community service site. This experience sparked a passion for social work.


After returning to Kansas she graduated with a Masters in Social Welfare from the University of Kansas in 2012. During that time she completed a clinical practicum at the University of Kansas Hospital.Her work history includes program development and case management at the Johnson County Mental Health Center and Amerigroup Kansas.


Layla spends her days planning activities and enjoying time with her two young daughters. Her free time is usually spent outdoors with her daughters, trying new restaurants with her husband or finding time to travel.

Carolyn Herron, LMSW
Parenting Time Supervisor

Ashley Johnson, LBSW
Parenting Time Supervisor


Ashley Johnson graduated with a Bachelor’s in Social Work from the University of Kansas in May 2007.  Over the past 11 years, Ashley has gained experience working with children and families through a variety of settings including foster care, child abuse and neglect investigations, adoption, and in-home services.  Ashley currently serves as Family Services Manager at Cornerstones of Care  where she provides supervision to staff and works with families who are struggling with safely alleviating challenging situations.


Ashley’s passion is working with children and families to ensure the safety of children, promote healthy families, and encourage self-sufficiency.  Ashley is trained in Trauma-Informed Care, Motivational Interviewing, the Sanctuary Model, and Solution Based Case Work.

Jessica Morrow
Services Coordinator and Outreach Specialist


Jessica Morrow began advocating for children in KS in 2011 and previously worked at Families Together, Inc., where she specialized in working with families that included a child(ren) with special needs and/or special health care needs. In 2013 and 2014 Jessica attended Johnson County Community College where she studied Business Administration.


Jessica began working at The Layne Project in March, 2015 and transitioned into the role as the Services Coordinator and Outreach Specialist in July 2017. Jessica received certification in Program Management from the Supervised Visitation Network ( in July 2017. Jessica resides with her two children, Lukas and Boden in Johnson County, KS.

Brit Visser, LMSW
Parenting Time Supervisor


Brit received her Master’s degree in Social Welfare from the University of Kansas and obtained her Play Therapy Certificate from MNU.  Her education and career have always focused on working with children and families.  Brit has a passion for working with families to build and maintain healthy relationships.  Brit is trained in Play Therapy, Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) and EMDR. Brit is a LCSW in the state of Missouri and a LMSW in the state of KS.

Betsy Wilson, LBSW
Parenting Time Supervisor


Betsy Wilson graduated with a Bachelor’s in Social Work from the University of Kansas in May 2011. Upon graduation Betsy began her career with the Kansas Department for Children and Families, where she began investigating child abuse and neglect in both Wyandotte and Johnson Counties. Betsy currently works as a Kinship Care Coordinator at KVC Kansas where she works to obtain long-term relative placements for children in Kansas DCF custody. Currently, Betsy is working towards her Masters in Social Work at the University of Missouri-Kansas City.


Betsy’s passion is working with families and communities to ensure the safety of children,  finding permanency for children in care, and encouraging healthy family systems.