Dr. Kaylee Trottier has over 13 years of therapy experience, specializing in culturally competent therapy for Indigenous People. She believes that a person is whole when they are caring for their spirit, mind, body feelings, and community. She is a member of the Deer Clan from Turtle Mountain Chippewa Tribe. After receiving her Ph.D from the INPSYDE (Indians into Psychology Doctorate Education) program at the University of North Dakota in 2013, she completed her internship at the Black Hills Healthcare System. Her work has primarily focused on Indigenous and Military populations. As a Captain in the United States Army Reserves, Dr Trottier gained leadership experience when placed on active duty in support of the Urban Augmentation Medical Task Force in response to the COVID19 pandemic. Her most recent deployment was to Honduras for humanitarian mission where she was the Lead Behavioral Health Provider for over 600 military personnel. Dr. Trottier was previously a clinical supervisor at Seattle Indian Health Board, where she prioritized training culturally competent therapists. As the Executive Director or Indigenous Living, she is dedicated to providing cultural teletherapy, training, and consultation services to Indigenous communities.