Taylor is a licensed marriage and family therapist who is passionate about supporting individuals and families as they reclaim their resilience and journey towards wellness. She collaborates with her clients to create an environment that fosters authenticity, care, and growth. Her systemic training helps her to understand the intergenerational family dynamics that often contribute to and influence the presenting concerns of her clients. Taylor believes therapists are more than “blank slates” and utilizes humor, empowerment, directness, warmth, and compassion in her approach to help her clients create lasting change.
Taylor received her master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Drexel University. She utilizes an integrative treatment style that fits the unique needs of each individual and family. Some of the modalities used in session include CBT, Eco-Systemic Structural Family Therapy, Attachment Based Family Therapy, and Bowen Family Systems Theory. She is experienced working with families, teens, and individuals suffering from anxiety, depression, grief, family conflict, low self-worth, and demanding life transitions. Taylor delivers culturally competent and socially just care through identifying and addressing the traumatic impact that systemic oppression has on mental health and personal/community wellness.
Taylor understands that the road to healing can present unexpected trials, and she is committed to holding space for her clients as they work through obstacles together. When she’s not in the office she enjoys perusing local coffee shops, traveling with friends & family, cooking a new recipe, taking care her plants, and watching re-runs of Law & Order SVU.