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About Dr. Kay

Dr. Kyee Altranice Young, Dr. KAY for short, is a Licensed Master Social Worker

Gottman Approved Member

Dr. Kyee Altranice Young, Dr. KAY for short, is a Licensed Master Social Worker specializing in the treatment of issues facing Black or interracial couples and highly successful Black, Indigenous, or other peoples of color (BIPOC). Dr. KAY obtained Bachelor of Science in Social Work and Master of Social Work degrees from Spalding University. She then graduated with her Doctorate of Philosophy in Social Work from the Kent School of Social Work at the University of Louisville; where her dissertation was on the positive and negative experiences of Black American racial learning and awareness. Dr. KAY is Level 2 trained in the Gottman Method of Couples Therapy.

Dr. KAY has been married to her husband James, a software engineer, since January of 2011. They moved to Texas in 2021 with their 2 elementary aged children and a standard poodle.

My Approach & Specializations

  • Gottman Method Therapy- Level 2 trained
  • Narrative Therapy
  • Solution focused and Oriented Therapy
  • Strengths-Based Perspective

Marriage and Couples Therapy for Black, Interracial, or intercultural couples

  • Dating and Singles Coaching
  • Pre-Marital Counseling
  • Gridlocked or Perpetual Conflict 
  • Fondness, Friendship, Admiration, or Sexual Issues
  • Amicable Divorce & Divorce Mediation
  • Divorcing with Children & Successful Co-Parenting
  • Divorce Processing

    Highly Successful BIPOC

    • Anxiety & Depression
    • Isolation & Withdrawal or Self-Segregation
    • Perfectionism & Performance Fatigue
    • Imposter Syndrome & Success Syndrome
    • Stress Management & Productive Coping
    • Work/Life Balance

    Racial and Intergenerational Trauma

    • Micro-aggression, micro-insult, micro-assault, and micro-invalidation processing and healing
    • Intra-group Bias (Colorism, Texturism, Featurism) processing and healing
    • Familial perpetuation of internalized racism, sexism, homophobia, or fatphobia