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Kayla Gallo, LMSW
My office is a safe space, where non-judgmental conversation encourages you to be your best self and begin healing from within. From the moment you walk in the door, I hope to meet you where you are, help stabilize you in your environment, and work with you to gain the tools to overcome life’s challenges.
Supporting you through the growing pains of life is my passion. From sorting out your spiritual and religious beliefs, to overcoming heartbreak, to becoming a new parent, transitions are my specialty. I am passionate about helping you discover your true self and live your live fully no matter where you are in your journey.
Validating your experiences, whether you are an adolescent or an adult, my experience and training can provide you support and help if you are experiencing peripartum disorders (PPA and PPD), anxiety, depression, or trauma. I am an LGBTQI+ ally, and am eager to work with people of all backgrounds, orientations, preferences, identities, cultures, & ethnicities. Utilizing a combination of talk therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), play therapy, and other modalities, I am dedicated to helping you meet your goals.
In my free time, I enjoy being in nature, traveling, exercising, eating, and cooking with my husband, daughter, and our 2 corgis.
Natahsa Harris, LMSW
Introducing Natasha Harris, LMSW - coming soon!
I approach therapy from a humanistic point of view. It is my belief that every person is made up of unique traits that are molded by the experiences they have had in their lives—positive as well as negative. I enjoy helping people find their best selves. I have worked extensively with adults who struggle with addiction, dual diagnosis, and/or the effects of traumatic events.
Upon first meeting, we will complete an assessment and begin building a good rapport with one another. Working together, we will develop a treatment plan and will decide which treatment approach to use. Treatment modalities I use include EMDR therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Interpersonal Psychotherapy to engage in problem-solving. No matter the approach, I believe you are the expert in your life and deserve support and an opportunity to heal.
For self care, I try to spend time outside, walking my dogs or just being in nature. I practice mindfulness and remind myself daily, “There’s no struggle if I don’t struggle.”