Kyle is licensed by the state of Texas as a Marriage and Family Therapist (2022). He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Bible and Family Ministry from Harding University (2010) and a Master of Marriage and Family Therapy from Abilene Christian University (2014).
Kyle works with couples, families, and individuals ages 10 and older. His areas of special interest include anxiety, depression, marital conflict and discernment, family conflict, grief, life transition, coping skills, and self-esteem issues. He utilizes a number of assessments and techniques in helping clients identify and navigate difficulties and resources, and collaborates with them to discover solutions that best honor the clients’ unique selves.
Kyle believes that change best happens from within and focuses on acceptance and empowerment. As someone who values nature and spaces that encourage calm, Kyle always tries to create a therapeutic atmosphere that allows clients to feel calm so as to create focus and strength to reengage their lives when they leave session.
When Kyle is not in office seeing clients, he loves to devote time to things that ground him. He enjoys cooking, listening to music and podcasts, watching movies and television, and being outside next to a campfire. Kyle has the blessing of getting to do life with his wonderful wife Amy and their two dogs, Mosley and Crispin.