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Kaylee (she/her) earned a Master’s in Social Work from the University of Michigan while specializing in the welfare of children and families, trauma, and school social work. She also earned a Bachelor of Science in Human Development and a Master’s in Public Administration from Binghamton University in New York.

Kaylee has training and experience using DBT, RO-DBT, Brain-spotting, Motivational Interviewing, CBT, and Assessing and Managing Suicide Risk. She individualizes her approach with these modalities to meet the client exactly where they are at, while pushing them toward their goals.

Kaylee has worked with populations with anxiety, depression, exposure to traumatic situations that may lead to PTSD, ADHD, those with attachment disruptions, bipolar disorder, those diagnosed on the autism spectrum, those in the foster and adoption system, those affected by microaggressions and racial trauma, and those seeking gender affirming care or seeking other LGBTQIA+ support.

Kaylee’s therapeutic approach is strengths-based and trauma informed. She does this by leaning into a relational model. Kaylee works to empower her clients by helping them realize the way they have adapted to survive is no longer what’s necessary for them to thrive. She believes they hold the capacity to use skills and simply need guidance in discovering them. She understands the importance of working with the entire family, as a unit, to reach their goals and create a space for everyone to heal and connect in a healthy way.

Kaylee is originally from Michigan. She was a division one basketball athlete as well as the vice president of her university’s Glee Club. She is now enjoying the retired athlete's life through leisure hikes, going to the gym, and joining volleyball or pickleball leagues. She also enjoys reading, pretending to know how to ski, and hammocking in the summer (or as Michiganders call it “mocking”). When you meet Kaylee, ask about her giraffe collection!