M.Ed., Counselor Education (concentrations in clinical mental health and clinical rehabilitation counseling), Ohio University
B.S., Psychology, Wheeling Jesuit University

Kayla utilizes a holistic therapeutic approach to help guide students through self-exploration and healing work. Therapeutic modalities that guide Kayla’s work include cognitive behavioral, acceptance and commitment, person-centered, and family systems. Kayla enjoys working with a variety of clientele experiences and presenting concerns, including first-generation college students, anxiety, identity development, trauma work, family of origin, and the LGBTQ+ population. In addition to working with students in college counseling centers, Kayla has experience working with children and adolescents through equine-assisted therapy, residential treatment facilities, and K-12 school-based counseling.