Kyla Gilmore is an Associate Clinical Social Worker (ACSW#99050) providing mental health services within the community for the last 5 years. Kyla works with children, adolescence, adults, individuals and families struggling with; life events and situations that can leave you feeling depressed, misunderstood, and unmotivated to move forward.
Beliefs about your past, traumas, and unskillful coping skills can slow down your healing process and keep you from being your best self. Kyla uses approaches from a variety of modalities and works with a range of issues; anxiety, POC identity, depression, creating coping strategies, LGBTQ+ identities, relational issues, and self-image. Her therapeutic style embodies straightforward and direct logic of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) combined with the warmth and authenticity of humanistic/ person-centered therapy, mindfulness-based and strength-based approaches. In your sessions with Kyla, she will support your process to unlock patterns and beliefs that leave you feeling stuck.
Kyla is very passionate about creating safe, supportive, and nonjudgmental relationships with others. Her inspiration is seeing people evolve into more authentic, compassionate individuals who give themselves permission to live as themselves. She looks forward to working together with you to achieve your goals.