Kayla Abbott


Associates degree from Dixie State College
Bachelors in Psychology from Dixie State University

Work Experience

Youth Development Counselor
Staff Supervisor
Observation and Assessment Counselor
Refocus Initiative Counselor
Medical Technician
Medical Manager


In my free time you will find me with my family and loved ones. My husband and I love to travel and are constantly planning our next get away. I enjoy being in the outdoors and consider it a blessing to live in beautiful Southern Utah. I love a good puzzle, podcasts, and documentaries. I enjoy learning and am currently studying for my clinical social work degree. I love to help others and see people happy and healthy!

Comments on DRA

I have been apart of the DRA team since 2011 and have loved my experience! Not only have I been able to be apart of generating positive change in others, but my experience has helped me to better myself. I love Diamond Ranch and am blessed to be apart of the DRA family.

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Kayla Abbott