Grace Taylor, LAC - Premier Counseling
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Grace Taylor, LAC

Grace earned her Bachelor of Arts in psychology with minors in sociology and criminal justice from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. She also holds a Master’s of Science in clinical and mental health therapy with an emphasis in play therapy from John Brown University. She incorporates several counseling theories and methods such as experiential, cognitive-behavioral, and person-centered approaches to treat a variety of issues including but not limited to depression, anxiety, grief, anger, and trauma-related issues.
Grace’s variety of life experiences have helped her to have compassion and empathy for those who are hurting.  She believes that human connection and the ability to build a strong therapeutic bond are the heart of a successful counseling experience. Grace believes that every person has a purpose so her treatment philosophy is to create a safe space for her clients to heal as they pursue their purpose while improving their quality of life and relationships.
Grace has been married to her husband, Jacob, since 2016. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with family, friends, and her three beloved dogs.
“Owning our story and loving ourselves through that process is the bravest thing that we will ever do.” – Brene Brown
If you feel like Grace would be a good fit to walk alongside you on your journey, contact our team to find out more information or to schedule an appointment.
Contact Grace via email at Grace@centralargroup.com
Who is Grace Taylor?
Grace Taylor is a licensed associate counselor and licensed school counselor who sees clients in the afternoons and evenings in our North Little Rock office or via Telehealth. She has extensive experience working with children and adolescents providing school-based mental health services throughout central Arkansas. She currently works by day as a school counselor giving back to the small-town community that she feels made a large impact on who she is today.
A quote that Grace tries to live her life by is “being the person that you needed when you were younger,” so her work is mainly children and adolescent focused, but she is also willing to provide adults as individuals with counseling services.