Kylee is originally from Santa Cruz, California, and moved to Tucson in 2013. She graduated from the University of Arizona with a bachelor’s degree in public health with an emphasis in community health. Kylee then obtained her master’s degree in counseling with an emphasis in marriage and family therapy from Grand Canyon University. She began her career in the social work field providing in-home services to at-risk youth and their families. She also worked heavily with children and adolescents who were in the custody of DCS. Within this field, Kylee found her love for working within the community of Tucson and led her to pursue a career in counseling. Her experience includes working with individuals with mental health disorders, complex trauma, dissociation, and substance-related issues in outpatient, residential, and sub-acute levels of care.
Through mirroring clients’ vulnerability, Kylee hopes to create a safe space for individuals seeking guidance to create and/or reinforce their healing journey. Kylee uses mindfulness-based practices to explore the impact of trauma has had on an individual and their relationships. Kylee integrates attachment-based practices, inner-child work, parts work, and Brainspotting to promote an increased sense of self while cultivating self-compassion. Kylee aims to help clients strengthen their mind-body connection to increase distress tolerance.
Kylee works with individuals ages 16+.