Hannah Taylor, MA, LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor
Hi my name is Hannah Taylor
I specialize in relationships: relationship with yourself and with your partner. Couples counseling or individual - I work to create a supportive and compassionate place where we can explore your journey, your stories, and figure out how they have landed here. Feeling disconnected and overwhelmed is difficult. Getting help to navigate forward is important. Whether feeling the weight of depression and anxiety, experiencing the tension and duress that can come in relationship, or questioning one's own value and sense of safety in the world, sometimes we need someone a little help and insight.
To share some about my background and education- I received a B.A. in Spanish with a K-12 endorsement from Northwestern College, then decided I wanted to focus on helping individuals and relationships in more personal and in-depth ways. I returned to school and later received an M.A. in Marriage and Family Counseling from Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA. I then moved to Texas to further my career and have enjoyed raising my family here!
Areas of Focus Include:
Martial and Premarital Counseling
Coping Skills and Stress
Couples and Emotional Dysregulation represent two areas of my in-depth, advanced training and certifications, beyond that of my Masters Degree. In terms of my couples specialty, I use EFT (Emotionally Focused Therapy), and I am Prepare/Enrich certified. Additionally, I am DBT-trained (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy) through Behavior Tech - a powerful modality used to help regulate emotions.
When we are disconnected from ourselves and those around us, it is truly an isolating experience, even while being in significant relationships. I would be honored to be a part of your journey toward wholeness. There are longings in all of us that, once explored, bring hope and healing. These are sacred places to travel and I would love to accompany you.
Specialties: Marital and Premarital Counseling, Anxiety, Depression, Emotional Dysregulation, Self-Harming