Relationships are not inherently easy, and unfortunately they can be sources of strife for many people. However, Taylor believes that couples counseling can offer a space to explore your relationship, gain insight into the dynamics at play, and learn how to better love and support each other. By working with both individuals in a collaborative and empathic manner, Taylor helps couples build a solid foundation for their relationship, one that can help them manage and navigate future problems they may encounter.
Taylor uses psychodynamic theory, emotionally focused therapy techniques, and the Gottman method when working with couples. However, he is constantly learning new ways to help his clients. And no matter the technique or approach, Taylor always strives to offer a warm, supportive, nonjudgmental attitude when providing therapy.
Working with a wide range of client symptomatology and presentations, Taylor has experience with anxiety, depression, suicidal ideation, sexual addiction, substance use, personality disorders, sexuality and gender issues, death anxiety, among others. Within his couples work, Taylor has particular interest working with same-sex couples, interracial couples, couples struggling with their sex life and sexuality, and culturally diverse couples.
Taylor received his Masters of Arts in Counseling from Northwestern University’s The Family Institute, and received a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the University of San Francisco.
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