Taylor K. Young, LICSW, RYT

Clinical Social Worker 

Yoga Teacher

info@taylorkyoung.com

617.431.6396

MA Lic: 121515

© 2019 by Taylor K. Young.

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Taylor Young

integrative therapy & yoga
My Practice Philosopy

Change, healing, growth, whatever you call it, looks different for each and every person. This process is not linear, and there is no one-size-fits-all model.  My intention in therapy is to meet the uniqueness of the individual and create a relationship and therapy that supports his or her distinct process. I am an integrative therapist and believe in empowering individuals from the inside out. I believe in the top-down methods of talk therapy and the  bottom-up approaches of yoga. Awareness, insight, body-based interventions, and skill building are the primary goals.

About me

I am an experienced mental health clinician and seasoned yoga practitioner. I have experience working across the life span and with a variety of presenting problems.  I am skilled in  working with the effects of trauma, treating anxiety disorders, depression and challenges in relationships. I also work with individuals with autism.

 

I am a licensed clinical social worker and provide individual psychotherapy and consultation. I treat a variety of issues and work with people across the lifespan.    I accept some insurance plans for these services.

Empower yourself from the inside out. Psychotherapeutic work meets the embodied healing practices of yoga, breathwork and other mind-body modalities. 

I offer private yoga for individuals and groups. These sessions can be a series of classes designed to target a specific issue, or a one-time event. 

I teach weekly public yoga classes in the Boston area. 

 

Let's connect

Are you interested in working together? Would you like to host me at your organization?  Not quite sure what I do?

 

I invite you to reach out and contact me. I look forward to connecting with you. 

If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, or a crisis, outpatient therapy may not be the best place to start. Please visit samaritans.org or befrienders.org