Taylor works with children 12 and older, adults, families, and groups experiencing mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, and PTSD. She believes that everyone has the ability to learn to work through their problems, whether they are 10 or 110. Her approach draws from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy,
Acceptance and Commitment Theory, and Family Systems Theory.
Taylor’s strategy is to learn how clients’ thoughts, feelings, and actions interconnect, and then identify the patterns that may be contributing to problems in their lives. She then helps clients find both small and large ways to make positive change. Taylor believes that change is like strengthening a muscle: it can be challenging and takes time and practice, but we all have the ability to do it and become stronger! Taylor values the diversity of the human experience and the individual culture of every client. Individuals of all races, ethnicities, spiritualities, abilities, sexualities, and gender identities are welcome.
Taylor received her master’s in clinical mental health counseling from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She has taken every opportunity to help and support those going through a difficult time. Her experiences—both professional and personal—have taught her about the complexity of the human condition. She has seen firsthand the ways that family history, past experience, and outside circumstances contribute to mental health, and how mental health treatment can help people heal from trauma, grief, and addiction.
Taylor enjoys spending time with her friends and family, as well as reading, travel, and learning new things. She also enjoys all things creative, from painting and drawing to singing and writing.
Master of Science
Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate (LCMHCA)
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