Kayla is passionate about working with children using play therapy (she was a preschool teacher for three years and has a big heart for the little ones), helping student athletes cope with the insurmountable pressures they face. She also loves working with teens, adolescents, and adults who are finding their way through anxiety, depression, suicidal ideation, and addiction. She helps clients tread through grief, and is an advocate for suicide intervention and prevention.
Kayla began her college career as a Jack Kerouac loving English major, and ended it as a Charles Bukowski loving psychology major. She moved from West Virginia to Texas in 2014 to study clinical mental health counseling at the University of North Texas (UNT). She graduated with her master’s degree in 2017 and is honored to be a mental health counselor.