Dr. Kathy Thomas, Clinical Director



Dr. Kathy Thomas began working with public safety personnel in April 1995, in response to the Oklahoma City Bombing.  In addition, she responded to both New York and Washington DC following the 9/11 Terrorist attacks. She is the Contract Psychologist for the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety (including the OK Highway Patrol).   She is the Clinical Director for the Warriors Rest Foundation, a non-profit that provides peer support training, mentoring and response for law enforcement and first responder agencies and departments, nationally. She has provided mental health and support services for the national organization of Concerns of Police Survivors, Inc. (C.O.P.S.) for over 23 years, while also serving on the Advisory Board of the Oklahoma Chapter of C.O.P.S.  She is a Level II trained EMDR therapist. She received her doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Oklahoma State University in 1988, and has maintained a private practice, specializing in first responders in Stillwater, Oklahoma for the past 32 years. 


"My goal is for law enforcement and first responder personnel to have a successful career, successful family and successful retirement.  I am committed to do my part so that goal can be reached."