Taylor is a Licensced Clinical Social Worker Associate (LCSWA) with experience providing therapy to people of all ages experiencing anxiety, depression, low self-worth, trauma, and LGBTQIA+/identity issues. She enjoys treating eating disorders and is training to become a specialist in the field. Taylor earned her Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Guilford College and her Master’s in Clinical Social Work from UNC-Chapel Hill. Prior to becoming a therapist Taylor worked in the fields of Sexual Violence, Intimate Partner Violence, and Human Trafficking.
Taylor employs a trauma-informed, eclectic therapeutic approach, utilizing tools from many Evidence-Based Practices with a supportive, client-centered focus. She is an LGBTQIA+ affirming therapist who prioritizes understanding clients within their unique social location and family context. She values providing a caring, non-judgmental therapeutic space so that clients feel safe and supported, and enjoys finding creative ways to include clients’ strengths, experiences, and natural supports in the therapeutic process.
Taylor finds joy in nature, art, cooking, cats, and spending time with family and friends.