Dr. Taylor has worked in the mental health field since 1981.
He completed residency training in clinical psychology in Virginia under the supervision of Clinical Psychologist John Corazzinni, PhD. Prior to joining Samaritan in 2014, he worked at Tripler Army Medical Center in Honolulu, Hawaii, treating service members for combat-related post-traumatic stress reactions and other concerns. At the Army medical center, he also completed research on intensive outpatient care, and received a Commander’s Award for Civilian Service for his professional contributions.
He provides a wide range of general mental and behavioral health care, and has particular experience and expertise in treating anxiety, depression and reactions to trauma.
Dr. Taylor and his wife have many family members, including four children, living in the Pacific Northwest. In his free time, he enjoys gardening and carpentry. He also enjoys hiking and exploring with his wife and their German shepherd.
Dr. Taylor will provide mental and behavioral health care to patients of Samaritan Pacific Internal Medicine.
Medical Education and Training:
Bachelor's degree: University of Oregon
Master's degree: Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
Doctoral degree: Southern Illinois University at Carbondale