Taylor is a Post-Masters Social Work fellow who recently graduated from Smith College School for Social Work. Prior to joining CAPS, she gained experience co-facilitating court-mandated therapy for adults, collaborating with students as a peer advocate, engaging with young adults in a transitional living program, providing outpatient services to individuals & groups in a community mental health setting, and clinically supporting sexual assault survivors as a clinical intern with Moving to End Sexual Assault (MESA).
Taylor draws upon a variety of perspectives in the clinical encounter and has training in trauma treatment, psychodynamic & relational therapies, motivational interviewing (MI), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT). Taylor grounds her work in the belief that all individuals deserve to feel seen, heard, and understood, and she is passionate about co-creating a common language with students that will allow them to express the previously inexpressible.
MSW - Smith College School for Social Work
BS Human Services/Mental Health Counseling - Metropolitan State University of Denver
The thing I'd most like to do is...
Volunteer at an elephant conservation. Pet all the dogs who want to be pet.
Areas of interest:
Dialogic practice/open dialogue, multicultural sensitivity & social justice issues, identity development, strengths based therapy, psychodynamic psychotherapy, trauma & resilience, somatic and experiential interventions, integrative care/behavioral health, relational issues, grief/loss, community/macro social work, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, substance use/abuse, couples/family therapy, humor, evidence-based practices (MI, CBT, DBT, SFBT), alternative therapies, disrupting systemic oppression in mental healthcare & providing services that are accessible to all communities and individuals.
Gender pronouns: She, her, hers