Marlo Taylor, LAPC, MS, NCC
In-Network with Aetna, BCBS, Cigna, Friday Health Plan & Reduced Private Pay Rate
Have you ever known what you wanted but you just couldn’t figure out how to get there? I have had many moments in life where I felt stuck and could not seem to get past it on my own. Being in the client’s seat gave me the opportunity to realize how much power and potential I hold; I just needed help in removing the obstacles in my path. I recognize that the client is the driver on their journey through life, but that I can come along and hold the map. I love meeting new people and being given the opportunity to help others realize their power and capability of living a fulfilled and positive life.
The gift of therapy was given to me as an adolescent to work through my parents’ divorce. It was with my counselor that I learned how empowering that safe space could be that facilitated my emotional growth. Then I knew I wanted to help others the way I had been helped.
My therapeutic approach is Person-Centered, focusing on the unique perspective of each client, with empathic understanding and no judgment. I understand there is no “one size fits all” therapy and I tailor my approach to fit my client’s needs. When working with couples, I employ The Gottman Method, which focuses on improving communication, intimacy, respect, affection while reducing barriers to conflict resolution.
Whether working with adults, children, couples, or families, I value the strength it takes to come to counseling and I will meet my clients with ongoing support and acceptance.
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What do all those initials mean following each therapist’s name?
ACS - Approved Clinical Supervisor
CAP - Certified Addictions Professional
CRC - Certified Rehabilitation Counselor
Ed.D. - Doctor of Education
Ed.S. - Education Specialist
LAPC - Licensed Associate Professional Counselor
LPC - Licensed Professional Counselor
M.Ed. - Master of Education
MS - Master of Science
MSW - Master of Social Work
NCC - National Certified Counselor
Ph.D. - Doctorate Degree
As your therapists, what are Canton Counseling’s goals for you?
Our goal is to provide a safe place to work through whatever is standing in the way of you being the best person you can be. We believe that while our clients are working hard, we are there to be people that challenges them to dig deeper and a cheerleader to give them the encouragement to continue to move forward.