Clinical Director – Kaycie Frey Stacy, MA, BCBA
Kaycie Stacy currently serves as the clinical director for the McNeese Autism Program. She is a graduate of McNeese State University, graduating with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology in 2010 and a Master of Arts Degree in Psychology with a concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis in 2012. While receiving her Master of Arts degree, she was a graduate assistant to the McNeese Autism Program for two years. Kaycie was hired upon graduating in 2012, and became a Staff Board Certified Behavior Analyst in Spring of 2013.
Since becoming part of the clinical staff for the McNeese Autism Program, Kaycie has worked in group home facilities and has written behavioral support plans, conducted staff and parent trainings, and has completed client assessments and family intakes. She has presented research at multiple Gulf Coast ABA Conferences. Since becoming director she is now responsible for managing patient and staff intake. She also serves as a supervisor and mentor to our students in the internship.
Kaycie Stacy works with a range of clients, children and adolescents, with various dynamic behaviors. She has experience with developing programming for non-verbal patients. Kaycie has also been part of school shadowing services and shadow training and provides IEP support for families. She has experience in working with clients in clinical, school, and home settings.