Ms. Kaylyn Gyden

Hobart, Telehealth

Education

School

Purdue University Northwest

Degree

Master of Science in Marriage & Family Therapy

Additional Certificates

Certified PREPARE/ENRICH facilitator

Ms. Gyden is a graduate of Ball State University, where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Family and Child Life. After spending several years working in social services, she decided to continue her education at Purdue University Northwest where she obtained her Master of Science in Marriage & Family Therapy in December 2021. As a recent graduate, she is currently working towards licensure, but has been working as a clinician for the last 6 years.

Ms. Gyden assists people in understanding and navigating the complexities of feelings and relationships. She works with people experiencing unhealthy and/or difficult relationships with themselves, romantic partners, family members, and peers.

Although she is experienced in all modalities (individual, couples, and families), she specializes in couple and family therapy, more specifically, infidelity, communication, and connection. She is effective in assisting couples and families create new meaning and tradition after experiencing an emotional disruption. Additionally, I assist individuals struggling with self-esteem, anxiety, grief/loss, and boundary setting.

Her systemic approach to therapy allows her to highlight how one interacts and responds to themselves and the world around them. Ms. Gyden uses a therapy style that puts the client in the expert seat while she supports with her utilization of multiple postmodern therapy techniques.

The cornerstones of her practice are authenticity and empathy. She will work hard to build and maintain a healthy therapeutic relationship centered around strengths building and goal achievement.

Ms. Gyden is also trained in Gottman Couple Therapy Method and a certified PREPARE/ENRICH facilitator.

Issues Treated

Anxiety
Behavioral Issues
Codependency
Coping Skills
Depression
Divorce
Family Conflict
Grief
Infidelity
Life Coaching
Life Transitions
Marital and Premariatl
Men's Issues
Parenting
Peer Relationships
Pregnancy
Prenatal
Postpartum
Racial Identity
Relationship Issues
Self Esteem
Sex Therapy
Spirituality
Stress
Women's Issues
Mood Disorders
Personality Disorders

Specialties

Relationship Issues
Infidelity
Family Conflict

Session Types

Telehealth
Family Therapy
Individual Therapy
Couples Counseling

Age Specialties

Elders (65+)
Adults
Adolescents / Teenagers (14 to 19)
Preteens / Tweens (11 to 13)

Types of Therapy

Individuals
Couples
Family
Attachment-based
Christian Counseling
Culturally Sensitive
Emotionally Focused
Family / Marital
Family Systems
Gottman Method
Relational
Solution Focused Brief (SFBT)
Structural Family Therapy