Kaitlyn Speer, LMHC
​Couples and Family Therapist
Kaitlyn works with individuals who are struggling with difficult symptoms such as anxiety, depression, anger, and trauma. Her specialties include working with adults and couples who are seeking to better their interpersonal relationships and reduce symptoms. Kaitlyn received her Master’s in Marriage, Couples, and Family Counseling from Walden University, and has experience working as an outpatient therapist in a community mental health agency. Kaitlyn describes herself as a “child’s therapist that never sees children”, as she works with adults to recognize how their past may be impacting their present and how to change the cycle of generational trauma. Kaitlyn believes in an eclectic approach, utilizing DBT (dialectical behavioral therapy), CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy), LGBTQ+ accepting and developing a relationship with her clients. Kaitlyn upholds a standard of Trauma-Informed and Gender Affirming Care. Kaitlyn believes in empowering her clients to continue the work, even outside of her office.

Rebecca Williams, LICSWA

Rebecca works with teens and adults in transition. She takes a solution-focused approach to foster positive outcomes and create successful transitions. Rebecca believes psycho-education is an important step in the therapy process, discussing the what, why, and how of emotions believing this leads to an increase in client awareness and achieving therapy goals. She received her Master’s in Social Work from Western New Mexico University.