To request an appointment with McCayla:
“Therapy is meant to model a smaller and safer world in which the client can heal, learn, and grow without fear of judgment or making mistakes along the way.”
McCayla started her practice in a clinical faith-based setting where she gained broad experience working with older children/pre-teens, adolescents, families, and individuals. She is passionate about therapeutic intervention for children and adolescents, using creative interventions to explore emotions and build rapport.
She believes art is a form of play in which a person of any age can become more self-aware and express themselves freely. When McCayla is not working with clients in the office, you can typically find her working on a creative project or painting!
Expressive Art Interventions
Anxiety – Social, Generalized
Anxiety associated with Trauma
Adjustment (school, move, etc.)
Grief / Depression
Education and Associations
Bachelor of Arts
Psychology with a minor in Fine Arts
Master of Arts
Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Member of the American Counseling Association and the Association for Creativity in Counseling