Dr. Gayle Klaybor is a clinical social worker and psychotherapist with over 36 years of experience helping individuals, couples and families realize a better quality of life.
Since establishing her private practice, she has assisted clients in resolving problems ranging from personal growth and development to problems involving serious mental illness. She is committed to establishing a safe, supportive and affirming environment in which to explore personal issues.
Dr. Klaybor has extensive experience as a therapist in psychiatric hospitals, women’s shelters, and residential treatment facilities for emotionally disturbed, abused, and chemically addicted adolescents.
She supervises clinical social workers and taught psychotherapy skills and psychopathology at The UH Graduate College of Social Work. She has often led support groups for staff members at various treatment facilities and currently facilitates a staff support group for Montrose Counseling Center. She regularly presents workshops to mental health professionals on ethics and clinical interventions.
She utilizes an a broad range of treatment modalities including cognitive-behavioral therapy, strategic family systems therapy, client-centered therapy, and mindfulness practice techniques.
Services include treatment for:
- Depression and Anxiety
- Women's Issues
- Survivors of Emotional, Physical and Sexual Abuse
- Adolescent Issues
- Family and Relationship Problems
- Issues of Addiction and Co-Dependency
- Social Work Supervision and Consultation