Jennifer Taylor, M.A. is a doctoral intern at the Anxiety and OCD Center with experience providing evidence-based treatments to children, adolescents, adults, and families. Jennifer has acquired both work and practicum training in inpatient, residential, school, and outpatient
treatment settings, providing individual and group therapy, as well as conducting comprehensive psycho-educational evaluations with a wide range of individuals and families. Prior to graduate school, Jennifer worked as a mental health counselor for adolescents and adults struggling with eating disorders. As a doctoral practicum student, she has provided therapeutic and assessment services to adults with serious and persistent mental illnesses such as schizophrenia, as well as children and adolescents with anxiety and related disorders, depressive disorders, ADHD, and learning disorders. Jennifer has received training in cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), exposure with response prevention (ERP), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and family systems interventions. She is also skilled at collaborating with schools, physicians, and other treatment providers in order to maximize treatment gains across settings.
Jennifer is a doctoral candidate at Widener University’s Institute of Graduate Clinical Psychology (IGCP). She obtained her Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from ICGP in July, 2021 and will obtain her PsyD in Clinical Psychology in 2023. Jennifer has completed course work in evidence-based practices for children, adolescents, and families through ICGP’s child, adolescent, and family therapy concentration. She has also completed all necessary coursework and training to obtain her Pennsylvania school psychology certification. Jennifer is currently completing her American Psychological Association accredited pre-doctoral internship at the Anxiety and OCD Center under the supervision of Dr. Brigette Erwin.