ANNE W TAYLOR
COUNSELING & ART THERAPY
All sessions provided online
Philosophy & Approach
I work with adults of all ages who are looking to create sustainable change on their path to achieving authenticity and wholeness. I believe each individual possesses their own unique strengths and knowledge that they can access to overcome obstacles and manage life transitions. Utilizing a holistic, client-centered, strength-based approach I support the individual in empowering their ability to be their own change agents to achieve optimum emotional and spiritual wellbeing and cultivate the life they desire.
Working collaboratively, I meet you where you are, addressing the whole person – mind, body, and spirit within the context of your community and culture. Through deep listening and non-judgmental, compassionate support, my goal is to guide you on your path towards authenticity and wholeness.
I have worked internationally in the tech world as a craftsperson, teacher, and consultant. Locally I have been supporting the LGBTQIA+ community, seniors, homeless youth, and cancer patients in variety of settings since 2005. I received my BA from San Jose State University and my Masters in Art Therapy and Counseling from Marylhurst University.
Licenses and Credentials
Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) with the state of Oregon
Licensed Art Therapist (LAT / ATR) with the state of Oregon
Brainspotting Level 2
Certified Addictions Counselor (CADC1) (2014-2020)
Certified as a Master level Usui/Holy Fire III Reiki healer.
Recognizing the complexity of each individual’s needs and circumstances I employ an eclectic range of strength based, trauma informed therapy approaches including Mindfulness, Somatic, and Brainspotting. Additionally, as an art therapist, I offer the option of using art making and creative exploration as a way to assist in making the internal visible and strengthen creativity expression.
• Managing Major Life Transitions
• Interpersonal and Relationship Challenges
• Grief and Loss
• LGBTQ Identity issues
• Work, Career, Retirement Issues
• Creative Blocks