Staff Member Mac Taylor
From his childhood, Mac was always the guy that everybody talked to. And he loved to talk with everyone. This has become his passion and his career, and today he continues to talk and learn with people using a Person-Centered approach that meets people where they are and works with them to help them get where they want to be.
Mac has always loved talking to people, hearing their stories and their lives, and learning to understand them. He has a deep appreciation for the variety of experiences and diversity of ways of living that are unique to every individual. His combined love and appreciation for people, their experiences, and the way they communicate led him to getting his bachelor’s degree from the University of Montana in Anthropology with a focus on linguistic anthropology. He went on to get a master’s degree from the University of Texas at Arlington in Linguistics with a focus on endangered language documentation and revitalization and a goal to help indigenous and other linguistic minority groups maintain and preserve their languages and cultures. Eventually, Mac shifted his focus from helping communities to helping individuals and is now licensed as an LPC-Associate after completing a master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Texas at Dallas. Mac takes his lifetime of learning, both in and out of academia, and uses it to form a broad understanding of human life, human nature, and the systems that bind us together. He believes that you are the expert on your own lived experience. Mac takes a humanistic point of view, and is neurodivergent, LGBTQ+ supporting, identity affirming, culture affirming, sex-positive, kink-friendly, polyamory and non-monogamy supporting, and anti-oppression.
Mac supports individual as well as couples clients, adults, and adolescents. He is proud to offer counsel covering a variety of issues but specializes in couples and relational issues, men’s issues, and adult/late diagnosis ADHD. Mac is also experienced and ready to help with: family issues, relationship issues, cultural issues, LGBTQ+ & gender issues, nonmonogamy, alternative lifestyles, sex & sexuality, self-discovery, identity, neurodivergence, depression, and anxiety.
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Hours: Mon – Sat 9am – 8pm, Sun 12-7