Dr. Nicole Taylor, Licensed Psychologist

Cultivating health and wellness through life's transitions

Consultation and Training Programs Offered

Dr. Taylor has presented on a variety of topics to different organizations.  Selected recent topics have included:

  • Psychosocial issues for individuals with autoimmune diseases; Colorado Blood Cancer Institute, Denver, CO.
  • Group Psychotherapy; Metropolitan State College of Denver Counseling Center
  • Maintaining strength while working with difficult patients: Personality disorders, professional boundaries, and self care; Grand Rounds, Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center, Denver, CO. 
  • Addressing Challenging Psychiatric Presentations in the Hospital Setting: Suicidality & Hospital Psychosis; Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center, Denver, CO. 
  • Interpersonal Violence: Screening and Prevention in Diverse Hospital Populations; Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center, Denver, CO.
  • Dissociative Identity Disorder and Oncology; Colorado Blood Cancer Institute, Denver, CO.
  • Getting the help you need: A psychological perspective, Arthritis and Depression and Psychological and Emotional Impact of Arthritis; Arthritis Foundation Wellness Forum, Iowa City, IA.
  • Suicide prevention in the classroom; Suicide Protection:  Prevention, Intervention and Postvention, Polk County Health Department conference, Altoona, IA.

Dr. Taylor is a seasoned presenter and educator and she can come present or consult with your organization.  Possible topics may include:

  • Dealing with grief and loss
  • Psychosocial aspects of chronic illness
  • Issues in psychosocial oncology
  • End-of-life issues
  • Counseling skills for medical professionals (and others!)
  • Psychological and emotional issues for patients in a medical setting

You may consider inviting Dr. Taylor to come to your organization when:

  • A colleague has been diagnosed with a terminal illness
  • Someone in your organization has died
  • Staff members in your organization need training in basic counseling skills
  • Medical professionals need an in-service on a specific topic in psychology
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