Kylie is a River Valley native, and lives with her husband and two children in Greenwood. She graduated with her BA in Psychology from UAFS, and her MS in Mental Health Counseling from UCA. She has worked in the school-based setting with children and families, as well as in inpatient care with all ages, and has experience seeing teens and adults in an outpatient clinic setting.
Kylie strives to provide a safe, comfortable environment for people to talk through everyday human struggles, deep unresolved hurts and traumas, and everything in between.
She considers it the highest honor to walk alongside people through their mountaintop moments and lowest valleys. She hopes to normalize the struggles and difficult to manage emotions we face, and to work toward helping individuals improve self-awareness, confidence, and self compassion.
Kylie loves people at their core, and hopes, in working together to help restore that feeling of love toward oneself. She enjoys working with clients with a variety of issues, but finds particular joy in working with the neurodivergent population, as well as with women struggling with infertility, the challenges of parenthood, and issues that are specific to women, foster and adoptive families. She also enjoys working with individuals struggling with shame, childhood trauma, and relationship issues.