Kayla Bailey

Resident Psychologist, Psy.D

Kayla received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Pacific University in Hillsboro, OR. She completed her internship at the Family Strengthening Center in Hawaii. At the core of all her work, Kayla’s passion is helping youth thrive and helping caregivers feel more confident in their ability to understand and manage their child’s unique needs. Her areas of specialty include trauma, neurodevelopmental disorders (ADHD, ASD, learning disorders, intellectual disabilities, etc.), parent-child relationship, and behavioral/emotional problems.

Kayla provides treatment and assessment to youth of all ages, with a focus on children aged 0-10. She uses a variety of evidence-based practices to assist youth overcome challenges, such as using collaborative problem-solving and play, art, and story-based therapy. Kayla is certified in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), a specialized treatment for children aged 2 to 7 with social, emotional, and behavioral problems.

Supervisor: Rose Eagle, Ph.D., Oregon Licensed Psychologist #1951

Resident Psychologist





Adverse Life Experiences

Neurodevelopmental Disorder

Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

Intellectual Disabilities


Emotional and Behavioral Dysregulation



Parent-Child Relationship


Online articles & resources

Emotional & Behavioral Regulation Resources

ADHD Resources

Anxiety Resources

Autism Resources

Trauma Resources

IEP/504, Learning Disabilities Resources


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