McLaine's therapeutic approach centers around the idea that we are designed for, and heal within, our relationships. When working with couples or individuals, she believes integrating the body, mind, emotions, and spirit is the path toward living fully. McLaine brings a trauma-informed lens to her work, giving clients the autonomy and choice to decide where the work is going and how fast to get there.Prior to working in the mental health field McLaine worked as a hospital music therapist in the southwest. She ran a Parkinson's choir, helped pediatric oncology patients record their own music, and facilitated end of life ceremonies with families. Her experiences working with people living some of the best and worst days of their lives greatly impacts the therapy work she does today.