Kylie Golden, LCPC, serves the Center for Adoption Support and Education clients through telehealth throughout the state of Maryland. She holds a Master’s Degree in Forensic Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology and Bachelor Degrees in Criminal Justice and Psychology from Lewis University (IL). Kylie has provided individual, family, and group therapy to a variety of populations, including children and families involved with the foster care system, adult men charged with intimate partner violence, and survivors of sexual and domestic violence. Kylie’s clinical specialties include the impact of complex trauma on child development, adoption, grief and loss, parent/child relationship dynamics and attachment, children’s coping strategies, and resiliency. Her treatment model includes a combination of empirically based modalities that incorporate the mind/body connection and brain based interventions, and expressive, client centered, and play therapy techniques that include cultural, developmental, and strength focused considerations.