Kayla Eisenbarth, LPC
State: Colorado & Maine
For the last 6 years I have lived in Colorado, but I am originally from the Midwest. When I am not teaching or counseling, I am chasing one of my four kids down. With all being under 10, they keep my heart rate up and ready to go at any time. I also enjoy watching psychological thrillers, traveling, reading self-help books, and working on my dissertation for my dual doctorate program (PsyD/PhD Clinical Sexology).
I am fortunate to love my job. I work as a licensed mental health therapist and own a private practice located in Colorado Springs, CO. In my practice, I see clients with various concerns, but the majority come for depression, anxiety, personality disorders, relationship struggles, and sexual/gender identity. I also work as a therapist via telehealth for college students from the University of Maine and as a Psychology Adjunct Professor for a university located in Denver.
To conclude I will leave you with my favorite quote: “Lend me your eyes, I can change what you see, but your soul you must keep totally free.” Mumford and Son
BS Sociology – North Dakota State University
MS Counseling – Minnesota State University Moorhead
Languages Spoken: English