Kayla is currently completing her M.A. in Marriage and Family Therapy at Bethel Seminary. She received her B.A. in Reconciliation Studies and B.A in Sociocultural Studies from Bethel University.
Kayla enjoys working with individuals, couples, families and adolescents and has 5 years of experience working with female teens on identity and self-esteem. She is a non-judgmental presence and utilizes an empathetic approach to the healing process. She is passionate about listening to clients’ stories to gain a big picture perspective as a starting point to help clients process, heal and overcome life’s circumstances and challenges. Although Kayla works with clients on a variety of issues, her more specific areas of interest are:
- Communication & Conflict Resolution
- Prepare & Enrich
What can you expect in therapy? Therapy is a safe place to explore within yourself. You hold the key to your story and are not alone in the process. One of Kayla’s strengths is to build a strong and stable therapeutic relationship with clients while helping them find the answers within themselves and supporting them through the journey.