Taylor holds a Doctorate in Sport and Performance Psychology from the University of Western States, Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of Southern California, and Bachelors in Psychology from Texas Tech University. Taylor is a Licensed Professional Counselor and holds a certification in Sports Social Work. Taylor did her practicum at a Methadone Clinic in Downtown Los Angeles during her graduate studies followed by a treatment center. Taylor has been working in the mental health field since 2016 and has not looked back since.
Taylor’s clinical interests include sports/athletes, relationship issues (non-couples), depression/anxiety, body image (non-eating disorders), academic stress, and spirituality. She has experience in a variety of diverse populations with the most recent being college students. Taylor's therapy style is eclectic and allows the client to lead while she lends a guiding hand with a conversational style. Taylor believes therapy should be a safe space for the client to be their true authentic self and also a moment to laugh.
Taylor enjoys spending her free time watching sports, traveling, binge watching tv shows, hanging with her friends/family, or cuddling with her Yorkie, Jammer.