Chelsea Taylor, M.A., LIMHP, LPC
Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner
Sometimes the hardest thing to do is make time for ourselves. You deserve to take time to focus on acknowledging your strength and resiliency, as well as to find hope in healing your mind, body, and soul. As an inclusive and empathetic therapist, I have a passion for creating a safe space for people to explore that which may be holding them back, adversities they may be facing, relationship difficulties, or discovering their aspirations. I believe that the healthiest atmospheres for positive change include authenticity, support, transparency, and a little bit of humor, and can assure you those as we take this journey together.
I graduated from Doane College in Lincoln, Nebraska with my Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology and am a Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner (LIMHP) and Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). I am currently pursuing my Doctorate in Behavioral Health from Arizona State University and have over a decade of experience working in local non-profits serving trauma survivors, and those struggling with mental and behavioral health concerns. I have several years of specialty training in creative, holistic, and integrative therapeutic approaches that we can explore to find what is the most comfortable fit for you. I have worked with all ages and individuals in various life transitions, however, I specialize in serving adolescents, the LGBTQ+ community, and young professionals.
Fun Facts About Chelsea:
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I love to travel the country for inspiration and to center myself. The only downside is missing my incredibly goofy labradoodle named Asher, and sassy black cat Aywa when I am away.
“Courage starts with showing up and letting ourselves be seen, ”
Hope & Wellness Center
11414 W. Center Road Suite #300
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Fri: 9am – 5pm
Saturday: By appointment only
Sunday: By appointment only
Early morning and late evening by appointment only
“When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves.”