I am thrilled that you are considering investing in your relationship and sexual health! Maybe you’re experiencing a happy, stable period in your life and are hoping to enrich yourself and your relationships. Or perhaps you’re experiencing something painful and scary and are desperate for help, hope, and relief. Regardless of what brings you here today, psychotherapy is an investment worth making, and I would be honored to join you on the journey.
Taylor Pierce, BA, MA Candidate
Lewis & Clark Marriage, Couple, and Family Therapist Intern
Clinical Supervisor: Maegan Megginson, MA, LMFT, LPC, AASECT Certified Sex Therapist
Bachelor of Arts in Sociology - Georgia State University
Master of Arts Candidate in Marriage, Couple and Family Therapy - Lewis and Clark College
My mission is to witness your story and to serve as a collaborator in helping you explore who you are and what you want. I have a genuine curiosity for your life story, your experiences and your relationships. I believe that you are the expert of your own journey, and it is my responsibility to hold space for your pain and to elevate the parts of you that best serve your hopes and goals. I know that struggling with relationship or sexual issues can feel isolating and vulnerable. I am confident that, through our work together, you can feel more connected to your most authentic self and have more fulfilling relationships with others.
I believe in social justice, and I am passionate about incorporating an awareness of power and oppression into my work with clients. I strive to validate the parts of you that may have been silenced and to help you have more equitable relationships.
My drive for being a therapist has been fueled by my own experiences. I felt the impact of divorce when my parents separated, and I wondered if there was a way to help families like mine heal and find unity. Growing up as a queer person in a conservative Southern community, I often felt the isolation of being different and wondered if other folks felt silenced or rejected because of their identity or experience. I hope to elevate the voices of those whose stories have been silenced. While I work with folks and partners of many identities, I specialize in working with folks who are queer and/or ethically non-monogamous. It is my hope that you will feel welcome and included in my practice, and that you will know your identities are celebrated.
My therapeutic approach is informed by Narrative Therapy, Existential Family Therapy, Emotionally-Focused Couples Therapy and LGBTQ Affirmative Therapy frameworks. I view therapy as a process of meaning making and discovery. I will work with you to take the power from your problems so that you can feel empowered to move forward in a positive direction. I am also passionate about incorporating sex positivity into my work with clients. It is my goal to make space for you to explore your sexuality in an empowering way. I have had the privilege to attend Lewis and Clark College where I am completing a Master’s in Marriage, Couple, & Family Therapy with a specialization in Sex Therapy.
When I am not doing the work I love, you can find me spending quality time with my loved ones, tasting all the delicious vegan food in Portland, and playing video games.
If you would like to pursue working with me, please reach out to schedule a free 30-minute phone consultation. In order to keep up with my blog posts, you can also follow us on Facebook or join our mailing list. Choosing a therapist can be a daunting task, so I appreciate your time in exploring me as an option and would be honored to join you on your journey of healing.
Tuesday: 12:00pm – 7:00pm
Wednesday: 12:00pm – 7:00pm
Thursday: 12:00pm – 7:00pm
Saturday: 10:00am – 5:00pm
$130 per 50-minute session
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