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Taylor Crouse

Taylor is a 2021 graduate of Mount Mary University with her Master of Science Degree in Professional Counseling, with school counseling and clinical mental health counseling concentrations. She is currently a Licensed Professional Counselor-In Training (LPC-IT) working towards full licensure. Taylor completed two school counseling internships over the 2019-2020 school year, one at a k-8 charter school in Milwaukee and the other at a public high school in Franklin. Through these internships she gained experience working with students of a variety of ages, working on social-emotional and academic areas, both individually and in groups. Taylor completed her practicum and internship from 2020-2021, where she worked in an outpatient mental health clinic working with individuals and groups ages 6-60 on anxiety, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), work/life balance, and trauma.


Taylor works with individuals eight and older, ranging from childhood to adulthood. Taylor uses a person-centered approach to counseling and believes that every individual’s life experience is valuable and deserves to be heard. She treats her clients the way she would like to be treated and emphasizes the therapeutic relationship, as her philosophy is built upon the notion that trust and safety foster vulnerability and change. Taylor believes that each individual is the expert when it comes to their thoughts, feelings, and emotions, making her a guide on your recovery journey. Taylor utilizes a strengths-based approach incorporating aspects of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Bibliotherapy, and Traditional Talk Therapy when adapting treatment to each individual client. She looks forward to helping you see yourself in a new light and grow to reach your desired outcomes. In her free time,

Taylor enjoys spending time with her family and friends, being creative, and bargain shopping.

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