Kayla is a 3rd year doctoral student in Clinical Psychology at The Chicago School of Professional psychology, Washington DC campus (TCSPP). She enjoys working with children, teens, adolescents and adults. She aspires to help clients find strength and confidence, with the goal of improving their overall quality of life. Kayla integrates a variety of techniques in a way that empowers the client to find their own self-worth and capabilities in order to overcome life’s stressors. She desires to work collaboratively to foster change and growth.
Kayla has worked as a crisis hotline counselor with 211 Big Bend and the National Suicide Prevention Hotline. She has also completed training in neuropsychological assessment at Children’s National Hospital. Kayla earned her bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Spanish at Florida State University. She received her master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from TCSPP.