Kayla is a service professional with 20 years of experience predominantly in youth development ranging from program planning to delivery and evaluation. She has provided treatment to families, couples, and individuals in multiple settings and across the country from Memphis, to Miami, to New Jersey and Philly, but Atlanta has always been home for her. Kayla is known to communicate effectively, and with much enthusiasm, she most enjoys providing resources that address inequities across marginalized communities and mediating constructive solutions that center family values and care.
Kayla hails from Atlanta, GA but has lived and worked in multiple cities that has added to who she is today. She attended undergrad in New Orleans at Dillard University before transferring to Clayton State University to complete her Bachelors degree in Psychology and Human services.
She is a masters level intern from Northcentral University Marriage and Family Therapy program and under the supervision of Courtney Geter, LMFT-S, CST-S. She is in the process of receiving her master’s degree from Northcentral University in Marriage & Family Therapy.
In her free time, she enjoys reading memoirs, traveling with her family and friends, and late-night trap karaoke.