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Meet the Staff


Shawn Golden-Llewellyn, Ph.D.
Director of Counseling & Psychological Services

As director, Dr. Golden-Llewellyn oversees the general operation of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS). She also provides supervision and mentorship to the CAPS pre-doctoral interns. Her true passion is her clinical and growth-oriented work with students. She provides individual, couples, and group counseling services, in addition to various outreach programs. Her professional areas of interest include family of origin concerns, relationship issues, grief and trauma work, and personal growth. Much of Dr. Golden-Llewellyn’s clinical focus is inspired by the work of Brene Brown and Kristin Neff and includes embracing vulnerability and self-compassion. While Dr. Golden appreciates the importance of symptom-reduction, she incorporates a growth-oriented focus in therapy as much as possible.


Kevin Roy Simonson, Psy. D.
Licensed Psychologist

Dr. Simonson provides individual and group counseling services. Areas of professional interest include working with LGBTQ, Men’s issues, Belief Systems, Mindfulness Meditation, and existential concerns. He also enjoys working with college students who are exploring career options through the use and interpretation of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and the Strong Interest Inventory.


Patricia Robison, Ph.D.
Licensed Psychologist

Dr. Patricia Robison provides individual and group counseling to FSU students, develops and conducts outreach programs, and provides supervision to unlicensed staff, and pre-doctoral and practicum interns. Her orientation includes interpersonal, humanistic, existential, Jungian, and transpersonal psychological theories. She is also a certified graduate of the Barbara Brennan School of Healing Science. This training alongside insights derived from a desert Vision Quest permits her to incorporate the transpersonal mysteries of soul and spirit into her work with others. She has experienced and witnessed non-ordinary states of consciousness, including spiritual awakenings and existential crises and is adept at exploring and understanding such experiences without discounting or pathologizing them. She identifies with those who say they are “spiritual but not religious” and embraces the new movement of interspirituality that includes esoteric contemplative traditions across all world religions, East and West. Her spiritual mentors have included Buddhists, Native Americans and Christians. Her professional interest areas include personal/spiritual growth and development, Jungian dream analysis, existential concerns, women's issues, LGBTQ issues, the management of stress, depression, and anxiety, and the overall improvement of one’s psychological and spiritual well-being.


Kelly A. Bailey, Ph.D.

Kelly provides counseling to students on an individual, couple, and group basis, conducts career, personality, and learning disability assessments, and helps conduct outreach programs. Within individual and group therapy, her interest is to collaborate with clients to develop goals related to enhancing their psychological well-being (meaning in life, connectedness, autonomy, competence, optimal cognitive and physical functioning) and to provide them with lifelong mediators of change, for example, tools to increase psychological flexibility, mindfulness, perspective taking, acceptance, and commitment to values. Within couples therapy, her interest is to help clients maintain their love by building trust. She loves working with college students and believes her purpose is to help others be their best selves.


John S. DeHart, MS
Doctoral Intern

John DeHart is a doctoral intern at the CAPS center. He grew up in Central PA and is completing his doctoral degree in psychology at Chestnut Hill College in Philadelphia. He will be providing individual therapy for FSU students. His clinical interests include psychodynamic psychotherapy, health psychology, personality disorders, and LGBTQ and diversity issues in psychology.


Kathy Musslewhite, MS
Doctoral Intern

Kathleen (Kathy) Musslewhite is a doctoral intern at the FSU CAPS center. She completed undergraduate studies in Accounting and Finance at Drexel University, in Philadelphia and her Law Degree at American University in Washington, D.C. She is currently completing her doctoral studies at the Institute for the Psychological Sciences of Divine Mercy University in Arlington, Virginia where she received an M.S. in Clinical Psychology. She utilizes a range of treatment modalities including psychodynamic/interpersonal, cognitive behavioral and emotion-focused. Her goal is to match the therapeutic process to the clients’ strengths, goals and values. Kathy's clinical interests include Panic Disorder, Post-Traumatic Stress, relationship issues and issues around identity development. Kathy provides individual, couple and group therapy.


Barbara Stahl
Administrative Assistant

Barbara is responsible for general office management and performs secretarial, clerical, and administrative duties for the Counseling and Psychological Services staff.



    Counseling and Psychological Services
    Frostburg State University
    Sand Spring Hall, Room 101
    Phone: 301-687-4234
    Fax: 301-687-3065