Since 2006, Kyle has worked in a variety of settings where she built a foundation of therapeutic skills, techniques, and processes. Throughout her years of experience, she has found that each therapeutic relationship differs from one another and therefore each approach must vary for each client. Kyle utilizes a variety of different therapeutic skills in order to reach the goal at hand. Her belief is each client holds the key to their full potential and success and that through therapy that key will be found.
Kyle’s previous experience includes working with clients and/or the family members of clients who have struggled with co-occurring disorders. She also has experience working with clients involved in the criminal justice system and/or involved with social services. Kyle’s most recent professional setting was working in Addiction Counseling with individuals, families, and couples. Throughout her professional work and education, she has become well versed in a variety of client issues and has continually utilized different methods for achieving client wellness. She strives to see clients begin to make healthy changes and work toward living the life they desire.
Kyle completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Arizona where she received her Bachelors of Science in Family Studies and Human Development. She then went on to complete her Masters of Social Work (MSW) with an emphasis in Adults, Couples and Families at the University of Denver Graduate School of Social Work. Kyle’s previous notable titles include, Clinic Coordinator at a treatment center located in Aurora, CO, Treatment Representative for Arapahoe County Recovery Court, and Therapeutic Mentor at the Kempe Center.