Kristina M. Kays, PsyD, earned her BA from George Fox University, her MA from Western Seminary, and her PsyD from the GDCP. She maintained a clinical practice in Clackamas, Ore., from 1992-2007, specializing in work with mood disorders, abuse recovery, adolescent girls, and bereavement. She began teaching in the undergraduate psychology department in 2005 and is also involved in GDCP clnical training (in clinical teams) and provides clinical supervision for GDCP students at the George Fox Health and Counseling Center. Current research interests include faculty advising and mentoring. She has served as the western region director of the Christian Association of Psychological Studies (CAPS) since 2006.
Paul Stoltzfus, PhD, is a graduate of George Mason University. He received his MA and PsyD from George Fox University. He is an adjunct professor in the Graduate Department of Clinical Psychology at George Fox University. Dr. Stoltzfus is a licensed psychologist in private practice. His research interests are treatment efficacy for adolescents and child neuropsychology.
Carlos Taloyo, PhD, holds a PhD in clinical psychology from Fuller Theological Seminary (2004) and master's degrees in theology (2002) and psychology (2000) from Fuller. He originally joined the Graduate Department of Clinical Psychology in 2011 as an assistant professor of clinical psychology and director of clinical training, after working at Oregon State University as a staff psychologist. He also taught graduate counseling courses for six years at Northwest Christian College and, from 2004 to 2006, was a psychologist resident in private practice. He completed his pre-doctoral internship at University of Oregon's Counseling Center.