Exploring our inner worlds can often feel confusing, scary, and overwhelming. But by offering a warm, empathetic, and affirming space, Taylor believes he can help make the exploration a little more bearable. And by doing so, help you discover more of your life story.
Coming from a psychodynamic/psychoanalytic background, Taylor knows how powerful the trusting relationship between a client and therapist can be. And it is through boundless curiosity and empathy, that Taylor offers a place where that relationship can foster your own self-discovery. Allowing old ways of being to be untethered, and new ones to take their place.
Taylor places emphasis on treating the whole person, offering a place where a symptom can be seen as a part of a larger picture. And it is through this lens, that deeper work can foster the changes you are seeking.
Taylor has been fortunate enough to have experience helping a wide variety of people, with a wide variety of ailments and pains. However, he 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.
In his free time, Taylor enjoys spending time with his two cats, playing video games, and being outside in nature.
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