Taylor Ashe, MHC-LP

Taylor Ashe, MHC-LPMany of us carry shame about parts of ourselves and life circumstances, leaving us disconnected from others and ourselves. I believe therapy is a unique space to be truly seen as you are and met with compassion and curiosity. Seeking out therapy comes with feelings of vulnerability, so I prioritize creating a collaborative and trusting environment where clients can open up at their own pace without fear of judgment. I approach therapy with warmth and genuineness and utilize the therapeutic relationship as a vehicle for healing. Through our work together, the goal is for you to cultivate a richer sense of meaning in your life and feel a deeper connection to yourself and others.

My past work in advocacy as well as teaching speech and debate to inmates has shaped my thinking of therapy. My approach is primarily person-centered and relational while incorporating cognitive-behavioral strategies. Simultaneously, each person deserves a tailored approach based on their individual strengths and challenges. With all my clients, I work from a trauma-informed lens and prioritize understanding the individual within the context of their lived experiences, including broader sociocultural systems.

Growing up, I split my childhood between southern California and Idaho. Before realizing that being a therapist was my dream career, I earned my BS in Political Science from Boise State University. I spent the next five years doing legal administrative work, including four years in Washington, DC, as an executive assistant at an international law firm. I returned to school and received my Master’s in Mental Health Counseling from Fordham University. Outside of work, I love being active, trying new recipes, absorbing myself in good books and podcasts, and spending time with my partner and friends.

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1140 Broadway, Suite 204
New York, NY 10001
150 East 58th St, 21st Floor
New York, NY 10155

Fax:

(212) 213-4238

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