Taylor Eudy

Graduate Intern

Taylor Eudy is a Master of Education in Clinical Mental Health Counseling candidate at the University of Missouri St. Louis. She  is interested in continuing her career working with populations such as performing artists with an emphasis on professional musicians, adult substance abuse and addictions, and individuals seeking career counseling.

 

Taylor holds a Bachelor’s of Arts from Lindenwood University in St. Charles, Missouri in the field of Music. Over the past few years, she has worked in a behavioral health hospital on an acute adult impatient unit, within a school in the special education department, and volunteered at a hospice care organization.

 

Apart from human health, Taylor also has more than five years’ experience teaching individual music lessons, serving people of all ages and cultures. In her time as a professional musician, Taylor did much personal research on the impact of performing on one’s mental health, observed ways in which musicians are in need of individualized mental health provisions, and passed her ideals of compassion and empathy along through her teachings in the classroom. Currently, she is conducting a mixed-methods research study on the intersections of musicians and mental health, with an emphasis in substance use.

Counseling Philosophy
As a matter of principle, I believe that counseling and other therapeutic mental health services are crucial resources in facilitating personal discovery, healing, and growth. It is my role as a counselor to foster a foundation of fulfilling, healthful autonomy in each client that transcends into all aspects of that individual’s life. I strive to do this by providing clients with a safe and therapeutic human relationship, facilitating individualized counseling based on therapeutic techniques that have been proven effective by scientific research, and aiding clients in their connection to resources that can improve their overall quality of life. It is my personal philosophy that humanity and conscious life are sacred and beautiful, and I have willingly committed my life to serving the needs of others. I find this purpose to be greatly fulfilling, and my interactions with other individuals, communities, and society everyday continues to inspire me and fuel my passion to be a helper to humanity. I believe that counseling is one of the most sincere ways one human can help another, and in doing so, we reveal the most magnificent aspects of human nature; empathy, diversity, and love.

Treatment Modes: CBT-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Client-Centered Therapy, Eclectic Therapy, Grief Counseling, Group Therapy, Holistic, Humanistic Therapy, IFS-Internal Family Systems, Individual Therapy, Integrative Therapy, Life Coaching, MBCT-Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy, Meditation, Mindfulness, Motivational Interviewing, Person Centered, Psychodynamic Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Strength Based Perspective


Fee Scale: $0 - $25


Availability: By Appointment

 

Payment Types: Cash, Check, Credit-AMEX, Credit-MC, Credit-Visa, Debit Card, HSA, PayPal


Accepted Insurance Plans: None

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