I provide support to individuals who have experienced trauma, in addition to other concerns such as anxiety, depression, grief, relationship issues, and stress. I believe that professional development is essential for maintaining competency in this field and for delivering comprehensive and evidence-based treatment to my clients. For that reason, I have sought out a variety of training opportunities including Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Prolonged Exposure (PE), and Natural Processing (NP).

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i'm taylor

I have gained over 14 years of experience from various roles at The Centennial Centre for Mental Health and Brain Injury, Braemar School, The Zebra Child Protection Centre, Momentum Walk-In Counselling, and the Sexual Assault Centre of Edmonton before taking the leap to open and operate my own private practice.

I am a client-centred therapist that works from an attachment and feminist-based lens. I believe you know you better than anyone (certainly better than I ever will!) and that the therapeutic relationship that we create together is central to your experience in therapy. There will always be an open invitation for you to provide feedback to me about what works for you and what doesn’t. I also recognize that our experiences are informed not only by the process that is occurring within us, but also by the intricacies of the relationships we have and the systems we exist within. In our therapeutic relationship, there will be space to hold these complexities.  

If I sound like I may be a good fit to support you with working through the challenges you have been facing, you are welcome to book your first session here. If you would like to get to know me a bit better and ask some questions, please connect with me here to book a free 15-minute consultation.

It takes a lot of courage to reach out for support and I am grateful that your search has led you here. I hope to hear from you soon so we can take the next step together towards achieving your goals.



Areas Of Focus

Personal Growth & Self-Development

Interpersonal Trauma & PTSD

Anxiety & Mood Disorders

Sexual Violence and Abuse

Self Esteem & Self Worth

Communication Issues & Healthy Boundaries

Grief & Loss

Life Transitions

Relationship Issues


Professional Development

(2014) CBT Training for Hoarding Disorder – Dr. Christiana Bratiotis

(2014) Trauma – Strategies for Resolving the Impact of Post-Traumatic Stress - CTRI

(2020) Prolonged Exposure Therapy for PTSD – Dr. David Paul

(2019) Integrating Somatic Psychotherapy with EMDR, Natural Processing - Craig Penner

(2018) Healing the Fragmented Selves of Trauma Survivors - Dr. Janina Fischer

(2018) EMDR Therapy with Survivors of Complex, Early Relational Neglect and Abuse - Dr. Andrew Leeds

(2017) EMDR Basic Training – Sue Genest

(2021) 4- Day Intensive Workshop in Exposure and Response Prevention for OCD - Cognitive Behavior Institute

(2021) Working Effectively and Compassionately with Eating Disorders & Disordered Eating - Nourish Collective

(2023) Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) - PESI, Inc.

(2014) Emotional Injury and Recovery in Children Exposed to Domestic Violence - Healthy Minds/Healthy Children

(2018) Somatic Interventions for Treating Complex Trauma - Dr. Janina Fischer

I know what it’s like to sit on either side of the therapy room.

I am human and experience the twists and turns life takes just like anyone else. I believe in the therapeutic relationship not only because of the growth and change I have witnessed in my clients, but also because of the impact that genuine, compassionate connection has had on my own life. I will bring this empathy for your experience into the therapy room as I support you through the challenges of leaning into discomfort.

Our work together will be collaborative, not authoritative.

My aim is for you to have a counselling experience that is as rewarding as possible. To do this, we will work together to explore what works best for you and I encourage you to offer feedback on what you find helpful during our sessions.

Healing continues outside of the therapy room.

You may learn new skills, techniques, or strategies in therapy that become more effective as you continue to practice them. The more you take what you learn inside the therapy room and apply it to your daily life, the more progress you will notice towards achieving your goals.

You value a therapist who can be honest and direct while staying compassionate and thoughtful in their delivery.

Many people come to therapy because they feel stuck in familiar patterns that are no longer serving them. Being open to examining your experiences through a new perspective can help you to gain insights into the growth you are looking for.

You appreciate the lighter moments and can find occasional humour to be helpful for your therapeutic process.

While humour can be used to cover more vulnerable emotions, I also believe that humour can be both a form of medicine and a tool for educating. Sometimes there are moments of lightness and laughter during therapy and I like to use humour in these ways if and when the moment calls for it.

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