At Calo, we take pride in our rigorous hiring process. Our Residential Team is hired based on cultural fit. We look for people with servant hearts and growth mindsets. Calo’s coaches are the unsung heroes. Many of our front-line coaches have been with Calo for over 4 years; unheard of in a field where 1 to 2 year stints are the standard. Many of our coaches are also adopted and have deep empathy for what your child has been through.

Heidi Stanfield MA, LPC

Clinical Director Teen Girls

Heidi started working as a girls' teen therapist at Calo 3 years before achieving the position of clinical director for the girls' program. Heidi has a Bachelor's degree from College of the Ozarks located in Point Lookout, Missouri near Branson and achieved a Master's degree from the Forest Institute of Professional Psychology in Springfield, Missouri. Heidi has experience in private practice as well as residential care settings. Heidi is trained in Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga, Heart Rate Variability, Brainspotting, Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy, and is knowledgeable and experienced in treating developmental trauma and attachment related disorders. "Helping families find meaning through suffering, develop greater intimacy, and develop new neural pathways in experiential ways is incredibly rewarding. I have a gift in my ability to help others through therapy and feel fortunate to be able to serve in this way."

Debra Black MA, LPC

Clinical Therapist

Born and raised in Missouri, Debby comes to CALO with a passion and dedication for serving families, and the desire to facilitate healing. She grew up in St. Louis County and later moved to Rolla, Missouri. There she worked for Phelps County Regional Medical Center and was one of the first employees to help open their psychiatric program entitled, “Stress Center.” Working at the Stress Center as a Psych Tech she developed a curiosity for psychology and people who struggle with life’s emotions. While living in the Springfield Missouri area she attended Drury University where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Sociology. Continuing her education she earned her Master’s in Counseling from the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary. Recently, July 2015, she recieved a certification in Training Adoption Competency (TAC). A standardized training program that provides clinicians with the knowledge and skills they need to better understand the complexity of adoption and the struggles adoptive families face. During her post graduate work she had the opportunity to work with a community to help develop a grass roots domestic and sexual violence program. This is when she began to greater understand the effects of childhood trauma. Her wide-ranging clinical experience throughout the years includes working with crisis intervention, domestic violence, sexual trauma, substance abuse and recovery, mental health disorders, self-image, emotional intelligence, corporate psychology, vocational counseling as well as offender rehabilitation and re-entry into society. Her work has taken place in community non-profit organizations, private practice, and contract settings. She has spent the last 18 years working for the Missouri Department of Social Services in various roles. Debby’s passion to facilitate systemic change in struggling families led her to CALO. Her treatment philosophy aligns nicely with the CALO model. She is appreciative of the opportunity to work with families in this unique setting, who are dedicated and engaged in healing their families. When she is not at work she loves to travel and spending time with her friends and family, which includes five beautiful grandchildren, Lane, Kaitlynn, Connor, Blake and Kraig. She loves the Lake of the Ozarks where she vacationed frequently as a child. Living at the lake and helping families find joy in their life is truly a blessing for her.

Kim Fielding

Kim Fielding EdD, LCSW

Clinical Therapist

Dr. Fielding is a licensed clinical social worker with experience in trauma-informed care settings such as child welfare, schools, and mental health. Previous mental health practice includes work with the State of Missouri, the National Child Traumatic Stress Network, and various school districts in Missouri, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Kansas. Educational practice continues as a mentor for students conducting their dissertation research as part of their doctorate in social work degree. Self-care practices include time with family, local travel for sightseeing and events, fishing, and trying out various stir-fry creations.

Shannon Martin

Shannon Martin, MA, PLPC

Clinical Therapist

Shannon joined the Girls' Teen Clinical Team as a therapist at Calo in January of 2018. Shannon has a double bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Gerontology from Missouri State University, Springfield, Missouri and achieved a master’s degree from Evangel University Springfield, Missouri. Shannon has experience in working with orphan children and adolescent youth in Kenya, Africa, men and women in the Judicial system and has many hours of volunteered time as a Celebrate Recovery facilitator. Shannon is trained in Brainspotting, Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR), Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy, Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga, Heart Rate Variability and is knowledgeable and qualified in treating developmental trauma and attachment related disorders. “Working with individuals in the Judicial system afforded me the drive and passion to help traumatized youth from following the path of dysregulatory behavior and broken relationships. Helping families find their lost joy is altogether worthwhile and satisfying.”

Jaasiel Mashek

Team Lead

Jaasiel lives in the lake area with her husband Cody and their two children, Sailor and Ava. Growing up as a missionary kid overseas gave Jaasiel an understanding of the challenges of a cross-cultural childhood. She is passionate about working with teens, and strives daily to help them feel proud of who they are. After more than ten years working in early childhood education, Jaasiel switched gears and began working at Calo as a residential coach for the girls' program. Jaasiel is now in the role of Team Lead for the Jasmine team. She loves her job at Calo and is proud to be part of such an amazing vision!

Chris Summers B.A

Team Lead

Chris was born in St.Louis, MO and has lived at the lake for 5 years, but he has also lived in Ohio, Delaware, and Wisconsin. Before coming to Calo, Chris was a youth pastor and has a B.A in Youth Ministry. In the summer of 2009, Chris and his wife Mindy spent time in Los Angeles ministering to the homeless as well as to hurting teens. He has a heart for teenagers and believes Calo is the perfect fit for him. He currently resides at the lake with his wife Mindy and three children.

Ciera Mills

Team Lead

Richard Fuller

Team Lead

Devin Surface

Team Lead

Jennifer Hutson

Team Lead overnight