Dr. Kyle Faust is a clinical psychologist in the Home Base Program. Dr. Faust completed his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Rhode Island. He completed his doctoral internship at the Iowa City VA, where he received training and completed rotations in PTSD, substance abuse, general mental health, and serious mental illness. Dr. Faust has worked in many different treatment settings, including VA’s, private practices, university counseling centers, hospitals, and addiction treatment centers.
Dr. Faust has been trained in numerous evidence-based treatment approaches, including Prolonged Exposure Therapy and Cognitive Processing Therapy for PTSD. He also has clinical and research training in the transtheoretical model (TTM) of behavior change, having had Dr. James Prochaska, who developed the model, as his major professor at URI. Dr. Faust has experience working with veterans and other clients struggling with a wide variety of anxiety disorders, depressive disorders, and addictive behaviors. Dr. Faust is also interested in both the positive and negative impacts of digital technology on mental health, as well as utilizing various methods to improve research and therapeutic treatment outcomes.