Baylee helps people who are stuck in their thoughts or stuck in their body. Those who are stuck in worry, shame, or relationships that do not respect who they are. She helps people who want zestful, grounded lives, but keep getting stuck in old ways of being. Or, those who do know who they are, but struggle to find a way to live that out in a world that wasn’t made for them.
Baylee believes that therapy is a place of radical permission to be all that you are, all that you have been, all that you could be … even when none of that feels okay. In her relationship with clients, Baylee values genuineness, warmth, and humor. She’s not afraid to laugh at herself and be herself with clients, as she believes therapy is about two very real people coming together. That people find healing and relief through connection with one another. She is motivated to be with clients in their discomfort and pain. While she cannot take it away, she believes that it will become more tolerable together.
At Relational Psych, Baylee specializes in ADHD and shame related to executive functioning difficulties. Professionally, she is learning more about psychoanalytic and existential theories of psychotherapy, as well as neurodiversity-affirming theories of assessment and therapy.
Baylee holds her own queer and neurodivergent identities and has the lived experience of sorting through the complexities of these intersections. She is inspired by the bravery and resilience of her clients and loves her career. When not at work, Baylee loves hanging out with her funny little cat, Lachi. She enjoys taking long drives through the mountains and playing games with loved ones.
Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate, WA - MC61363206
Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology - Rosemead School of Psychology
M.A. in Clinical Psychology - Rosemead School of Psychology