Kylee has 7 years of experience working in the mental health field. She earned her bachelor’s in
Social Work from Weber State University in 2015, which lead her to work as a case manager for a community mental health organization. She later graduated from the University of Utah with her master’s in Social Work in 2018. Since that time Kylee has practiced as an outpatient therapist helping individuals and families. Kylee has experience working with LDS missionaries navigating mental health, both in the field and those preparing to serve a mission. She also has extensive experience working with individuals living with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). She currently focuses her work helping children and youth (8+), young adults and adults manage difficulties with OCD, anxiety, depression, divorce, grief, stress and self-esteem. She also enjoys working with women’s issues. Kylee is trained and skilled in working with OCD, Exposure Response Prevention (ERP), and Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT) and mindfulness.
Kylee understands the therapeutic relationship is key to effective therapy, so she strives to make strong connections with clients. She helps them feel comfortable in the treatment process. Kylee focuses on using client’s strengths in the therapeutic process and strives to cater sessions to client’s individual needs.