Kylie Horner is a licensed master social worker at Rose Hill Psychological Services, specializing in providing psychodynamic psychotherapy to adults and adolescents. She received an MSW degree from Hunter College, and BA in journalism from the University of Colorado. She completed her clinical training at Safe Horizon where she worked with individuals impacted by complex trauma involving domestic violence, sexual abuse and severe physical abuse. She also trained at NYU’s McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy & Research, a trauma-informed mental health program for adolescents living in high-risk settings. Kylie is particularly interested in the bourgeoning fields of research in mind-body theory. She wrote her master’s thesis supporting the usefulness of integrating mind-body techniques (such as breath work and meditation) with conventional talk therapy to reduce stress and hyperarousal.