She/Her/HersMaster of Arts (MA) - Clinical Mental Health Counseling Specialties • Insurance & Fees • Locations
Taylor's patients come to therapy because their lives have been speaking and feeling something beyond what they're yet able to feel in touch with. Her patients do not belong to one or few psychological experiences, but rather, come from any given category(ies). Taylor sees people who are interested in the unconscious experiences that have inspired the behaviors, fears, thoughts, habits, desires, etc. that toil, mar, or annoy their lives, and their underlying sensibilities. Taylor's patients come from all backgrounds and walks of life.
Taylor works from the perspective that, through time, such uncovering and unfolding will give patients the necessary clarity and space to think for themselves, come to their own choices and solutions, and find the psychological breathing room they may feel in need of. Taylor sees therapy as a process, the patient-therapist relationship being the place for this process to happen in-between. She views psychotherapy as producing helpful yet unpredictable effects, both during and between sessions, and understands the therapeutic process as being led, most of all, by the unconscious.
Taylor is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate in the State of Washington. She graduated from The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology in 2023 with a Master of Arts Counseling Psychology. She works from psychodynamic and psychoanalytic theories.
Taylor only sees patients remotely and has availability Sundays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays.
Anxiety - Coping with excessive worry, nervousness, or stress; intense discomfort in social settings (social anxiety); sudden and intense feelings of panic (panic disorder)
Depression - Providing support and promoting healing of hopelessness, low motivation and energy, sadness, irritability, sleep disturbance, and loss of interest and pleasure in life
Existential crisis & challenges - Supportive exploration of meaning and purpose in one’s life; finding one’s path in the face of existential anxiety, dread, and feelings of meaninglessness
Loss, grief, and bereavement - Emotionally preparing for the anticipated passing of a loved one; managing feelings and reactions to a death or loss of significance; support during the process of healing and acceptance
Life purpose & meaning - Exploring one’s beliefs and values around life purpose, meaning, and spirituality; addressing the barriers to living a life that feels fulfilling, including instigating change or developing new habits
Loneliness - Developing an understanding of one’s loneliness, including its origins and how it impacts daily life; decreasing the occurrence of loneliness by addressing barriers to social connection and practicing coping skills
Years of Experience: 1 year
The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology, Master of Arts, Counseling Psychology, 2023