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Counseling is at the core of what we do at The Center KSQ. The inception of the design of our integrated-wellness community was founded on the insight and vision of our original counseling team. Counseling is such a vital and important tool. It centers around not what is wrong with you, but about what has happened. This is a paradigm shift in the clinical world and a cornerstone to who we are and how we practice as a team at The Center KSQ.

Kayla Wilson

Kayla is a master’s level student in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program at West Chester University. As she is finishing her classes, Kayla is putting her education and experiences to practice as an intern.

Kayla is so excited to be a part of a team that are advocates in the community and partner with organizations such as A Child’s Light– who provide support for children who have been victimized. Kayla’s primary goal as a counselor is to provide a safe and comfortable environment where her clients feel heard, seen, and supported in ways that will promote healing and growth. Kayla recognizes and emphasizes the importance of autonomy which is why she aims to work collaboratively with her clients to develop goals and skills that are unique to each person’s journey.

“In my free time, I love to explore and appreciate nature (especially with the company of good friends), engage my creative side through painting and crafts, and listen to my favorite songs on repeat.

Areas of interest: Trauma, LGBTQ+ concerns, anxiety, depression, self-esteem

10 years of working in diverse childcare settings allowed her to develop a deep understanding of the cognitive, social, and emotional development of children and the effects of environmental influences. Kayla knew she wanted to be a counselor since middle school however, working in childcare is what fueled her interest in becoming a counselor for children, adolescent, and teen populations. Through her studies, Kayla has learned about the effectiveness and benefits that early intervention services can have for child development– especially for youth who have experienced trauma.

Kayla’s previous clinical experience was in a Partial Hospitalization Program which treats adolescents and teens who experience chronic or acute mental health difficulties. While Kayla utilized a variety of CBT, ACT, and DBT techniques, she found strength-based approaches to be especially helpful for assisting clients in recognizing their resiliency, strength, and capability which overall promoted increased self-esteem and feelings of empowerment.

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