Clinical Assistants and Doctoral Trainees
Mr. Stanley Collins,
Stanley Collins is a pilot who assists the clinical staff at KY-CARDS with the fear of flying intensive treatment program. Stanley started taking flying lessons in January 1979 and was eventually hired by American Eagle Airlines on April 11, 1988 as a Pilot. Stanley initially flew as a First Officer and was subsequently upgraded to Captain at American Eagle Airlines until his transfer in 2010. Stanley subsequently transferred to American Airlines and flew the Boeing 737-800 and the 737 Max until February 2018 upon his retirement.
Tom Gaus is a doctoral trainee at KY-CARDS. Tom is currently in his fifth and final year at Spalding University, working towards his doctorate in clinical psychology. He obtained his B.A. in psychology from The University of Tulsa in Tulsa, OK and completed his Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology at Spalding University. Tom has gained tremendous experience in treating anxiety and related disorders, having spent a year at the Indiana University Southeast Counseling Center where he conducted therapy with a diverse range of students presenting with histories of trauma, depression, and anxiety-related disorders, among others. Last year, Tom received specialized training and experience in treating anxiety-related, obsessive-compulsive, and eating disorders at Behavioral Wellness Clinic. Tom predominantly integrated Acceptance and Commitment Therapy with Exposure and Response Prevention in treating individuals with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder involved in both outpatient and intensive outpatient therapy.
Andrew Facemire is a doctoral trainee in his third year of studies at Spalding University. He received his BA in Psychology and Creative Writing from West Virginia Wesleyan College and his Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology at Morehead State University. Andrew has experience working in community-based clinics with children, adolescents and adults alike. He has additionally provided intensive outpatient individual and family therapy for at-risk children and families with Uspiritus (now Centerstone). Andrew is interested in the assessment and treatment of anxiety and related disorders in children and adolescents.