About Crystal Taylor
As a Clinical Therapist, I welcome clients into a safe space, encouraging them to be themselves while exploring life’s challenges and assisting them with developing skills and coping strategies to help lighten the load.
Balancing mental health, physical health, friends, family, school and/or careers can be overwhelming, but there is hope and a light at the end of the tunnel.
Being a mental health professional for over a half decade and working with a diverse population of clients, I enjoy assisting individuals who present with:
Life transitions ( i.e. divorce, career, school)
and other mental health concerns.
I specialize in helping individuals who struggle with body dysmorphia and body image issues. My approach to therapy is rooted in the principles of body positivity, which emphasizes self-acceptance and the celebration of diverse bodies. One of the primary goals of therapy for body dysmorphia is to help clients develop a more realistic and compassionate view of themselves. We focus on challenging negative self-talk and replacing it with positive affirmations and self-care practices. We also explore ways to cope with anxiety and intrusive thoughts related to body image.
Additionally, I enjoy working with couples who are exploring challenges within their relationships such as: communication, infidelity, intimacy, trust and other unique challenges that may arise.
Through a person-centered approach, I help clients to develop coping skills, improving self-efficacy, self-esteem, and communication within other types of relationships.
Finding the right fit for a therapist can be a scary and tedious task. It is also an important one. That is why I offer a 15-minute phone or virtual telehealth consultation, for you to ask any questions you may have to decide if I’m the best fit for you. I look forward to connecting with you.
Licensed Professional Counselor (TX - #81383)
Level 1 Gottman Trained
Crystal Taylor, LPC