Therapy can be a space to explore, understand, and change your life, and Taylor strives to be a helping hand in that process. By providing a warm, empathic, and understanding space, Taylor helps his clients gain insight into their inner worlds, learn to accept what they see, and change their lives for the better. Whether it’s a life transition, a lifelong pain, or a recent loss, Taylor aims to give his clients the tools and self-awareness they need to navigate their lives.
Using psychodynamic theory, along with elements of dialectical behavioral therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and a relational approach, Taylor works to provide his clients with long lasting, sustainable change and growth.
With experience helping children, adolescents, and adults, Taylor has helped treat anxiety, depression, suicidal ideation, sexual addiction, substance use, personality disorders, sexuality and gender issues, death anxiety, among others. As a counselor, Taylor has particular interest working with the Asian American and Pacific-Islander population, the LGBTQ community, clients who come from Native American backgrounds, and clients seeking help with their sexuality and sex lives.
Taylor received his Masters of Arts in Counseling from Northwestern University’s The Family Institute, and received a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the University of San Francisco.
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