Taylor graduated with her PhD in Psychology with a specialization in Psychophysiology in 2019. Prior to her graduate studies, she started as a bodyworker in 2002. Trained in a variety of modalities that include craniosacral and trigger point, she immediately recognized the advantage to her clients in having a wide range of techniques to address their individual concerns. This background pairs well with biofeedback work. She obtained her BA from San Francisco State University in psychology with emphasis in kinesiology and holistic health, which she added as a field of study prior to graduation.
The connection between the mind and the body continued to fascinate her, and in 2012, she returned to SFSU. In 2014, she was accepted in the doctoral program in psychology at Saybrook University. It was during this time she was introduced to neurofeedback and deepened her understanding of biofeedback.
She continues to enrich her training through classes weekly for biofeedback and neurofeedback. Biofeedback greatly assists in identifying underlying issues in targeted therapeutic strategies and enables her clients to participate more directly in their own healing.
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