KYLIE HAYES BS, CIT
If all the pain were to miraculously go away,
how would your life be different?
Are you tired of feeling trapped? Like there’s not any hope?
Of feeling like you can’t get out or don’t know how to effectively change your situation?
Are you overwhelmed by repeating the same cycles,
but still have no idea how to break them?
Are you on the edge? Giving up? Giving in?
Are you lonely? Depressed? Does life's journey feel meaningless or purposeless to you right now?
Are you looking for someone who will understand after feeling misunderstood or invalidated? Are you looking for a safe place to be vulnerable or a counselor to walk alongside you?
If these questions sound familiar,
Kylie might be the counselor for you.
What Kylie wants
to say to you
What Kylie enjoys
outside the office
Silver Linings Playbook
Million Dollar Baby
TV SHOWS I ENJOY
Parks and Rec
INTERESTS & HOBBIES
Writing, Reading, and Hiking
Spending time in nature
Trying new foods and coffee brews
Till We Have Faces
Blue Like Jazz
Birthing the Miraculous
MUSIC I LIKE
What clients are
"Joni's counseling style pisses me off - it helps me realize things about myself I've been neglecting to address, which helps me become a better person. She's absolutely great!"
In my personal healing, seeking counseling was a turning point in my life. I soon discovered the process was hard, but that the journey was worth it as it turned the direction and trajectory of my life as I gained better coping skills, healed from trauma, and developed healthier relationships. I grew deeper in my spirituality through this season of healing and experienced hope for the first time living a life of purpose and meaning.
With a genuine interest in people and a new understanding of the importance of mental health, counseling appeared to be a natural route as I started to pursue LPC licensure. The more I learn in this field, the more my passion is fueled to come alongside people in their journey to help them better understand their mental health, too. I truly believe each person who walks through the door is brave and I aim to provide a safe nonjudgmental space for healing. I know it can be hard work at times and I aim to walk alongside you in the ups and downs of the healing process!
You are brave.
You are important.
You are valuable.
I look forward to learning about you as we walk together!
Joni provides treatment that works, especially for treatment-resistant individuals. If you have tried other programs and not had success, give Grow Counseling a call to see how we might be able to help.
Some things Joni often helps people overcome:
Overcoming stressful life experiences, such as fears or difficult memories related to a car accident, unwanted sexual experience, or loss of a job
Thinking about suicide, or having tried to suicide in the past
Academic struggles, such as test anxiety, managing study habits, or difficulty completing homework and going to class
Eating too much or too little, too often or not often enough, or taking laxatives or throwing up to lose weight or feel in control
Drinking too much, or using drugs that interfere with your life and relationships
Managing obsessive and/or compulsive behaviors and thoughts
Developmental trauma, such as growing up in a difficult home environment
Divorce and co-parenting mediation
Perfectionism and a need to be in control
Domestic violence victims, pre-and post- separation