During his career, Stacy has worked with individuals with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities in a home setting and facilitative environment. He has experience monitoring and implementing Individual Support Plans for adults and young adults with mental, mood, personality, dissociative disorders, and substance abuse disorders. He works with clients to provide life skill training in all areas of independent living including medication management, budgeting, household maintenance, assistance with medical appointments, managing medical problems/conditions, training in health and fitness, shopping and socialization and appropriate social skills.
Stacy's interest in biological and environmental influences on human development and biological and biochemical correlates of behavior. He is fascinated with the biological foundations of human growth and development along with major theories of cognitive, social, and emotional development.
Stacy has an Associates of Arts degree in Health Administration, a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Service Management, both from the University of Phoenix. He is currently working toward a Master of Science in Psychology degree. He served 12 years in the military (Army) and was a police officer with the Nashville Metropolitan Police Department and a Sheriff’s Deputy with the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office Nashville, Tennessee.