"There is no such thing as a single-issue struggle because we do not live single-issue lives."

Audre Lorde

Baylee Hutchison (She/Her/Hers)
Psychotherapist - Intern

The Work

I am a currently a student University of Maryland School of Social Work. I graduated from York College of Pennsylvania in 2018 where I studied behavioral science and the basics to working with people. I have a passion for working with women and girls to practice empowerment and self-love; this includes, but is not limited to, domestic violence, intimate partner violence, and teen dating violence survivors. I tend to utilize a holistic approach with clients, which focuses on an individual’s body, mind, and spirit. This approach allows me to look at my clients as a whole, rather than a person with an illness or issue. I deeply value the client-therapist relationship and always strive to build safe, trusting, and comfortable relationships with individuals. A mantra I like to abide by is that the client is the expert on their own situation, and as a therapist it is my job to listen, understand, and collaborate with them to address their needs.

A little bit more about me--

Groups you feel knowledgeable about/allied with/or part of. Examples taken from Inclusive Therapists include: --

BIPOC allied, LGBTQIA+ allied, trauma survivors, DV/IPV/TDV survivors, women & girls, neurodivergent populations.

Education/certifications -- 

Bachelors of Science in Behavioral Science from York College of Pennsylvania, concentration in Human Services

Trainings/Readings -- 

  • The Body Keeps the Score by Bessel Van Der Kolk, M.D.
  • Maybe You Should Talk to Someone by Lori Gottleib

Fun facts -- 

I am the oldest of five daughters!

I have a French bulldog named Kiwi that is my support animal, and best friend.

Traveling makes my heart the happiest, and I have been lucky enough to work with children in a few different countries. I love exploring new places and cultures (I am currently planning a trip to China next summer)!

Therapy Services and populations/dx I would refer out for:

Sex therapy, eating disorders, substance use disorders