About Dr. Taylor

My Journey To Becoming A Therapist

I’m no different from the clients I see. Like everyone else, I’m human. I’ve been been through both wonderful and difficult experiences that have shaped who I am and how I can help.

When I experienced my own significant loss fourteen years ago, I had a difficult time finding a therapist that could hold the kind of space I needed to work toward healing. So, I went back to school to learn how to be a grief therapist and provide a unique space for my clients to process their loss, learn new coping strategies, grow through their trauma and move into a healthier version of themselves.

My life experiences are what lead me to become the grief therapist I am today.

I started practicing counseling in 2012 in the bereavement department with hospice and have worked in a variety of settings since. I became a licensed mental health counselor in 2016 and a licensed psychologist in 2021.

I am a grief therapist. This is at the heart of my clinical work and who I am as a person. Having a safe space to process both death and non-death losses is essential to the human experience. I am passionate about helping create meaning and understanding around difficult circumstances and adjusting to a new normal. I integrate art, writing and mindfulness and other tools while working with you to find what you connect with most. I believe therapy is not a “one size fits all” approach. And because you are your own unique person and your relationship with your person who died was unique, I aim to tailor therapy to fit who you were and who you are growing into in this different season of life.

I work most frequently with adults and adolescents. In addition to grief, if you are seeking support around challenges with fertility, postpartum, pregnancy and adjustments to parenthood, I’d be honored to walk with you through this season and the myriad of feelings that come with it. If you are in seasons of transition or burnout and working to better understand who you want to be, therapy is a safe place to get tools to help you own your voice and how you want to show up in the world. It’s okay to ask for help and prioritize yourself.