AMFT, Psy.D – Therapist
Dr. Tabitha Taylor is a Marriage and Family Therapist Associate (72705) with a B.A. degree in Psychology from the University of Southern California (USC). She also received an M.A. degree in Clinical Psychology with an Emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy from Antioch University and a Psy.D. in Psychology with a concentration in Marriage and Family Therapy from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.
She works with individuals, couples, children and families. She assists individuals experiencing depression, anxiety, anger, infertility and life issues as well as, family and couples relationship challenges. Dr. Taylor specializes in working with women of color. Her doctoral dissertation explored the African American Woman’s Experiences of the Strong Black Woman Stereotype.
Dr. Taylor is dedicated to helping clients find and create positive ways to cope with daily challenges. As a therapist, her commitment is to help individuals with the adversities they’re currently facing and to experience better relationships with significant others, family and friends. Her approach is eclectic. She provides support that helps individuals learn to effectively manage life’s struggles. She achieves this by providing healthy coping methods that help clients manage emotions, improve communication, as well as achieve emotional flexibility.
Dr. Taylor began her career in education. She is currently an Adjunct Professor at Argosy University and a Graduate Instructor at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She has worked for organizations such as Kaplan Learning Services, the University of Redlands and USC. Her career focused on training educators in small group instruction with at-risk youth, university executive administration and clinical coordination for nursing students.
Dr. Taylor is actively involved in the Association of Black Psychologists, the USC Alumni Association and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.