Bailey enjoys working with adults, adolescents, and couples who are struggling with trauma, addiction, body image, anxiety, grief, and other daily life struggles. As a Master’s Level intern, Bailey aims to create an accepting, warm environment where clients feel comfortable being themselves and working on their personal struggles without feelings of shame or guilt.
A native Texan, Bailey was born and raised in the DFW area. She grew up in a fun family with two sisters and many dogs. During high school, Bailey was active in basketball, cross country, track, and cheer. Since she was young, Bailey has always felt that helping others was her calling. She was introduced to counseling during her sophomore year of college and she knew this is what she was meant to do.
Bailey started her college career at the University of Arkansas and then transferred to Texas Christian University to complete her undergraduate degree in psychology and criminal justice. While in school, she was active in her sorority and the community. Upon graduation, Bailey went straight into graduate school. She is currently a Master’s Level Intern working towards her Master’s of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas.
When Bailey is not working at Lifeologie Dallas or participating in various leadership groups at school, she spends time with her husband and dog, a Morkie named Bear. She enjoys playing board games with her family and is an avid movie watcher! A few of her favorite are the Hunger Games Series, A Dog’s Purpose, and any Marvel movie.
At a time when mental health services are more important than ever, Lifeologie is offering remote therapy, remote group and mini-sessions, and discounted services for front-line personnel.