Taylor Shultz, MA
Taylor is a graduate of the University of St. Thomas Graduate School of Professional Psychology with a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology. She is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor.
“I approach therapy by using warmth and authenticity to develop a trusting relationship where growth and change may occur. Many factors both inside and outside of our control can shape our current experience. My role is to assist individuals in removing obstacles that may prevent them from reaching their goals and living lives that are satisfying and meaningful to them. I approach each individual as a whole person, comprised of a physical, mental, spiritual, and emotional self. It is especially meaningful for me to understand each person’s experience within a social and cultural framework. Identifying personal strengths in therapy is another important component to the process of creating change. It is often challenging to see outside our current struggles or perceived shortcomings. By empowering individuals to also focus on parts of themselves that they value or feel proud of, we discover our innate resources for addressing challenges both large and small. I enjoy using mindfulness principles in therapy to reduce stress and anxiety and to promote self-awareness and acceptance.”