Taylor Nelson, M.A., LPC, NCC
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Taylor Nelson is a Licensed Professional Counselor and National Certified Counselor who is passionate about supporting clients in times of adversity with a safe and non-judgmental therapeutic atmosphere. Taylor aspires to provide healing, empathic, and individualized therapy for each client through the combined use of creative, holistic, and integrative techniques. She believes every individual is deserving of access to kind, compassionate, culturally competent, and empathic counseling services where growth can be fostered and a persons’ lived experiences are actively listened to. In addition to providing such an environment, Taylor enjoys co-creating an authentic relationship with clients where unconditional positive regard, trust, and acceptance are held in the highest regard.
Taylor has worked in outpatient community mental health as well as inpatient psychiatric hospitalization. The knowledge and experiences gained from these settings have had a significant impact on Taylors’ devotion to ensure clients receive meaningful therapeutic care. Taylor aims to empower clients across the lifespan who hope to address the many struggles that can impede wellness; including symptoms associated with adjustments, anxiety, bipolar, depression, and PTSD; and the enduring impact of grief, life transitions, relationship issues, trauma, stress, and low self-esteem. Through the therapeutic atmosphere she co-constructs with her clients, Taylor believes these struggles can be successfully navigated.
Beyond the office, Taylor spends her time pursuing a doctorate degree in Counselor Education and Supervision, educating undergraduate and graduate learners, engaging in professional organizations, and collaborating on research projects related to the profession of counseling. For self-care, Taylor enjoys listening to a wide variety of music, baking desserts, expressing creativity through a variety of mediums, gardening, and deep existential reflection.
“Never apologize for showing feeling. When you do so, you apologize for the truth.”