Kaylee (she/her/hers) is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and former School Social Worker who has worked with children, adolescents and adults in various capacities for over 15 years. She attended the University of Washington in Seattle, where she completed her Master’s of Social Work with a specialized focus in Clinical Mental Health.
As Kaylee’s interests have evolved over the years, her focus and passion have expanded to include specialized training surrounding challenges faced within LGBTQ+ communities. Kaylee is dedicated to working with people of color and LGBTQ+ individuals of all ages and backgrounds. This includes offering support in the exploration of gender identity and sexual identity.
Although Kaylee uses a variety of modalities, her approach to therapy is rooted in a strengths-based perspective, with a strong belief in the power of client centered therapy. Kaylee takes the time to truly get to know the individuals and families she works with, valuing them for their inherent strengths and perseverance, exactly as they are. Kaylee incorporates humor into each session to aid in creating a comfortable and engaging therapeutic environment. With an extensive background in trauma work, Kaylee believes that above all, a trusted relationship is integral to effective therapy.
Kaylee’s commitment to social justice motivates her to continually deepen her cultural awareness and sensitivity both personally and professionally. She understands that every individual’s journey is unique and deserves a tailored approach.
Originally from Cheyenne, Wyoming, Kaylee enjoys cooking, reading and writing, watching Denver sports teams, and cherishing moments with her loved ones and her two dogs: Betty White and Benson Jax.