Taylor is a licensed social worker trained to diagnose and treat emotional and mental disorders under the supervision of Kelsey Johnson, LISW-S and Wendy Pugh, LISW-S.
Taylor obtained her undergraduate degree in social work at Mount Vernon Nazarene University before starting her career in community mental health and addiction where she spent the following 5 years. In that time, she also worked closely with older adults in short-term rehabilitation and long-term care while she obtained my masters degree in social work from Capella University.
Taylor then worked for the mental health court of Franklin County where she served clients and their families in the community and focused on acute mental health/psychiatry before starting private practice and then moved into school-based counseling for a period of time before joining Providers for Healthy Living.
Taylor's goal as a therapist is to genuinely connect with her clients and build a mutual relationship wherein they work towards their goals together. Some of her greatest therapeutic strengths are cognitive-based therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), and trauma informed care (TIC), especially encompassing sexual trauma. She considers herself a safe space for all persons, marginalized or otherwise, who afford her the opportunity to connect in treatment.
Taylor is licensed by the Counselor, Social Worker, Marriage & Family Therapist Board. Her license can be verified on this website: https://elicense.ohio.gov.
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