Taylor received her Masters of Arts degree in Clinical Psychology from the Michigan School of Professional Psychology. Her prior experience includes: working with domestic and sexual abuse survivors in shelters, as well as leading certified Youth Mental Health First Aid training courses to address suicidal crises in child and adolescent populations. As a clinician, her experience in a medical facility allowed her to reach a broad variety of clients of all ages dealing with depression, anxiety, gender dysphoria, eating disorders, and grief. While Taylor’s clinical approach is integrative, she her approach involves using Cognitive-Behavioral strategies, in addition to mindfulness techniques to assist each individual client on their journey toward self-actualization. She is under the supervision of Dr. Donald Zaksek.