Taylor Shank is a doctorate student clinician.
Taylor is a doctoral student at Pacific University, where she has earned a Master’s in Clinical Psychology and is currently working toward earning a PhD in Clinical Psychology.
Taylor’s clinical interests include working collaboratively with adults who experience anxiety-related disorders, Obsessive Compulsive and related disorders, substance use issues, depression, and trauma-related disorders. She has experience working with individuals, groups, and couples in a variety of settings including community mental health, intensive outpatient, residential substance use treatment centers, and hospital settings. Taylor uses an integrated approach to treatment, incorporating aspects of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Exposure and Response Prevention, mindfulness-based interventions, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) into a behavioral framework. She is committed to using evidence-based practices and is passionate about working together with clients to help them make meaningful and value-driven change in their lives.