Post Graduate Pre-Licensed Clinician
We all have stories to create and tell. These stories can consist of struggles like anxiety, depression, pain, chronic illness, and the list could go on and on. Therapy is a space where you can create your own story and work through those struggles. This is where I hope I can be a helping hand in walking alongside you and building your life story and discovering your purpose. In this process, I will be using therapy techniques from Narrative Therapy, Logotherapy, and from my experiences working with mental health clients in a hospital setting.
Currently, Taylor is pursuing his PhD in Medical Family Therapy at East Carolina University. He hopes to use this degree to aid his future therapy with clients who have chronic illness/pain and other acute medical and mental health problems.
Taylor has also been exploring the concept of burnout (a state of emotional, physical, and mental exhaustion) in correlation with ministers and non-profit organizations for the past 6-7 years. He has been able to use the information at conferences and trainings for those that are in the helping professions. Along with a team of writers, Taylor is composing a burnout manual - specifically for ministers - and it will be available within the next year.
When Taylor is not serving our clients or doing schoolwork, he can be found reading, hiking, and spending time with family or thinking about the beach.
Taylor serves clients living in Tennessee and North Carolina.