“a person is a fluid process, not a fixed and static entity; a flowing river of change, not a block of solid material; a continually changing constellation of potentialities, not a fixed quantity of traits.”
― Carl R. Rogers
- BS Psychology
- Currently working toward MSW
- UCASA Sexual Assault Counselor
About Jason Taylor
I’ve had the pleasure of serving a variety of populations in my time in the mental health and human services. My earlier work involved working with adolescents with substance abuse and behavioral concerns in residential treatment settings in Northern and Southern Utah. Afterward, I spent time working with adults in inpatient substance abuse recovery. Most recently, I served as an advocate for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. My time in advocacy was spent focused on empowerment, safety, and obtaining housing.
I am now working toward my Master’s of Social Work at the University of Utah. I provide case management services and moderate some of our groups here at Red Willow. I have an interest in working with individuals along their healing journey from past traumatic experiences. I work to empower the clients I serve along their path to healing and recovery to the best of my ability.
In my spare time, I enjoy quality time with my family, friends, and my two cats. I enjoy film, music, playing video games, cooking, and connecting with those around me.