Taylor is an openly Queer identified Clinical Social Worker, originally from Alabama. Taylor moved to D.C. in 2017 where she began working at a nonprofit providing psychotherapy services to youth and families.
Taylor is trained in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral therapy, an evidence-based treatment for children and adolescents impacted by trauma and their parents or caregivers. Taylor utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy techniques to address Anxiety, Depression, Panic Disorder, Gender Dysphoria, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Grief, and Adjustment Disorders.
Much of Taylor’s career has been working with individuals and families in the BIPOC community and the LGBTQIA+ community. Additionally, Taylor facilitates groups for communication issues, parenting, anger management, healthy relationships and Lesbian/Queer issues.
Taylor believes that everyone needs a safe space to process and develop key skills to manage daily life. Taylor’s goal is to not only provide a safe therapeutic space for individuals to be their full authentic self; but to cultivate a positive space for personal growth. Taylor’s approach to providing psychotherapy is to meet each individual where they are, and remain rooted in cultural sensitivity and equity. Taylor’s central theme is to offer space for individuals to thrive and not just survive in life.