As a Marriage and Family Therapist, Taylor Cordova is committed to helping individuals and families create enduring and satisfying relationships. Taylor understands life stressors including experiencing loss, religious confusion, parent-child conflict, mental illness, marital discord and divorce, and trauma. With extensive experience as an executive functioning skills coach, she is passionate about creating habits and patterns that facilitate a healthy lifestyle and outlook. Taylor values connection with her clients, seeking and celebrating each person’s individuality.
Taylor loves working with teens and young adults and is passionate about helping them develop coping mechanisms for life’s challenges, and to help everyone identify and embrace their unique attributes and strengths. She believes that increasing one’s sense of self can provide the necessary perspective to navigate circumstances and challenges, contribute to personal success, promote healthy relationships, and to find healing in mental health challenges and trauma.
Taylor grew up in Utah County and pursued Health Education at the University of Utah with a focus in dietetics, but she was quickly pulled to the therapeutic world when coming to understand that mental health is the underlying the root of positive physical, intellectual, spiritual, and social health. She completed her masters in Marriage & Family Therapy at Utah Valley University and is working towards her full-licensure.
She is an avid cook and kayaker and believes helping others discover and embrace their passions improves self-acceptance, joy, and connection to those they love.