Kaylee views the opportunity to partner with others on their inward journey as an immense privilege. She hopes to create a space where empathy, authenticity, and hope can be experienced and shared. Kaylee seeks to honor her clients with compassionate curiosity, a collaborative approach to sessions, and the belief that each person's life story carries both power and purpose.
As a therapist, Kaylee works with people from all backgrounds seeking to address issues related to anxiety and depression, spirituality, identity, relational hardships, grief and loss, and trauma. Having worked as Mental Health Assistant with youth experiencing acute mental health issues in a hospital setting, she has a heart for providing therapeutic care to children and adolescents. She is passionate about providing trauma-informed care and views mental and emotional well-being as integral to one’s health and wholeness.
Areas of Focus
• Family Conflict
• Identity Issues
• Relationship Struggles
• Spiritual Issues
• Individual Adults
• BA in Psychology, University of California, Los Angeles
• MA in Clinical Psychology (emphasis in Marriage & Family Therapy), Pepperdine University (in progress)