Kaycee completed her master’s degree in Clinical Psychology at Michigan School of Psychology. Kaycee has over ten years of experience working with adults with depression, anxiety, relationship problems, autism spectrum, developmental disorders, learning disorders, ADHD, and co-occurring mental health disorders. Kaycee also has experience working with families and their complex dynamics which have been impacted by mental health and developmental disability diagnoses. She believes on focusing on what individuals can do, versus, what they cannot do and believes that everyone has a maximum potential for established healthy relationships and a healthy self-image. Kaycee conceptualizes cases from a Humanistic point of view and intervenes using a Cognitive Behavior Therapy approach to focus on skill acquisition and reduction of maladaptive behaviors. In therapy, she believes in looking at the person as a whole.
At home, Kaycee is a new Mom and enjoys spending time with her family and dog. She enjoys to travel, especially experiencing the outdoors, and the state of Michigan