Kylie is committed to deeply understanding one’s suffering and what it takes to change. She currently offers teletherapy with people wherever they are, including rural Minnesota. Some areas where she might be helpful include: cross-culture, cross-generational trauma, conflicts, creativity blocks, identity confusion, sexuality, performance and achievement anxiety as well as midlife crisis, spiritual quests, addiction, serious illness, loss, separation and attachment difficulties. Kylie treats individuals across the span of life, from childhood to older adulthood. From that, she has a developmental perspective and situates the difficulties one is facing.
Psychotherapy is unique to each individual and their personal history. Such a courageous endeavor does not merely focus on what happened, but the internal experience of it. One’s thoughts, fears, wishes, identifications, actions, fantasies, dreams, feelings, and bodily sensations are important communications to explore.
Living in Rochester, Kylie has worked at Mayo Clinic in the areas of bioethics, humanities, end-of-life care and with those struggling with severe and persistent mental illness.
Post Master’s Training: Current student of MPSI Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Training Program; graduate of Chicago Psychoanalytic Institute’s Exploring Psychoanalysis program
Master’s Degree: Psychological Services & Counseling at Saint Mary’s University; Practicum at MPSI Psychotherapy Center
Bachelor’s Degree: Biology, Society & Environment at University of Minnesota
Associate’s Degree: Rochester Community & Technical College
Licensure: Pre-licensed therapist working under the supervision of Elizabeth Vogt, PsyD, towards licensure in professional & clinical counseling