Taylor Ashley2024-05-10T14:50:32-05:00

Taylor Ashley, Registered Psychotherapist #11063

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Populations Served: Adults and Youth (8+)
Services: Individual & Couples Counselling
Therapies Practiced: Internal Family Systems (IFS), Somatic Therapy, Trauma Informed, Emotional Focus Therapy (EFT), Gottman Method, CCTP-II (Certified Clinical Trauma Professional-Level II), Walk & Talk Therapy
Focus: Trauma, ADHD, Eating Disorders and Body Image,  Relationships, Life Transitions
Languages Spoken: English
Insurance Info: Registered Psychotherapist (#11063) & Eligible for Plans Requiring a Psychologist

About Taylor Ashley, RP (#11063)

Taylor Ashley is a Registered Psychotherapist and member of the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario. She completed her Master’s in Counselling Psychology at Yorkville University and her undergraduate degree in Psychology at the University of Guelph. Taylor works with adults and youth 8yrs and older in addition to supporting couples through relationship challenges.

As an intern therapist with the Happy Valley Family Health Team in St. Marys Ontario, she worked alongside physicians and other health professionals in a collaborative effort to support patients through a range of challenging issues. This included working extensively with adults and youth struggling with trauma, anxiety, depression, grief, and relationship issues.

Prior to her internship, Taylor gained valuable experience working with people struggling with serious mental health issues at Dunara Homes for Recovery. There she provided crisis support, respite, and one-on-one support to residents. Her work supporting vulnerable adults continued at Threshold Homes and Supports where she worked as a community mental health and addictions counsellor and coordinated subsidized housing for those in need.

Thanks to her experience with Big Brothers Big Sisters as an In-school mentor and student facilitator at the University of Guelph, Taylor enjoys working with youth and adolescents. She’s able to help individuals of all ages through body-image issues, self-esteem, trauma, and navigating life transitions.

Taylor’s current passions are focused on helping people better understand and manage their ADHD, work through trauma at all levels, and navigate body image struggles as well as eating disorders. Her interest stems in part from her own journey of getting help for eating disorder treatment and ADHD. Taylor appreciates that although it can be difficult to reach out, she’s also personally experienced the relief and confidence that can be gained through a supportive therapeutic relationship. Taylor helps her clients not only feel heard and accepted, but also ensures they walk away with practical skills and strategies to help reduce anxiety in their day-to-day lives.

Taylor enjoys working with couples who are facing challenges such as frequent conflict, betrayal, and loss of connection. As a trained Gottman Method couples’ therapist, Taylor helps create a safe and supportive space where couples can begin to learn how to communicate more effectively and rebuild their friendship and connection.

Outside the office, you’ll find Taylor taking care of her own two dogs in addition to playing baseball, camping, and hiking with her long-term partner.

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