Taylor Sansbury, LPC, LCADC
Taylor Sansbury earned his degree in Professional Counseling at Seton Hall University, going on to become a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LCADC).
He specializes in individual, group and couples therapy, and his background includes experience in hospital, community agency, and traditional outpatient settings.
He currently works with adolescents, couples and adult clients experiencing a wide range of issues including anxiety, depression, ambivalence, life transitions, trauma and other stressors.
Taylor has a strong interest in how core beliefs impact the ways people view and behave in the world around them. He uses a person-centered approach that incorporates CBT and Motivational Interviewing to assist clients in identifying and challenging negative beliefs and assumptions that make it difficult to create positive, lasting change.
Taylor views the therapeutic relationship as the coming together of equals differing only in areas of expertise, and strives to understand his clients in order to make sure they feel they are being heard and genuinely supported.
His top priority is creating a welcoming, supportive environment in which clients can feel comfortable opening up about the personal struggles they feel are keeping them from doing more with their lives.