Kaili received her Master’s in Clinical Counseling from Immaculata University.
She is a mom to five and is passionate about supporting other parents in their journeys.
Kaili emphasizes building stronger connections between parents and children to heal and break cycles of family trauma. Kaili has a passion for encouraging women through the transitions of motherhood. She also has professional experience working with children who have developmental disabilities and their parents. She is skilled at supporting children through play therapy. Kaili utilizes an empathetic, yet direct approach to counseling. She likes to bring humor into sessions when appropriate. Kaili believes counselors should help clients to bring out the skills they naturally possess inside themselves to live their best lives.
Kaili offers sessions virtually.