Tayler Pollock LCSW (Therapist)
Therapist Tayler Pollock Springdale, Arkansas
Therapist Tayler Pollock:
“Beginning the therapy process can be incredibly overwhelming. It is my goal to create a warm and accepting atmosphere for you to enter and share at your own pace.
In a therapy office, I believe it is of the utmost importance for you to feel comfortable and safe. That is why I place so much emphasis on the therapist-client relationship in services. Through a trusting relationship, we can begin to explore the challenges and barriers you face that prevent you from achieving your goals. I believe that every person is unique, thus not every approach or intervention will work for every person. It is my job to be supportive and help identify what is going to work for you.
I have worked in a variety of treatment settings, including therapeutic day treatment, psychiatric hospitalization, and medical health, that have provided me with a breadth of experience in treating mental health from various angles and approaches. I frequently utilize therapies including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). I am also a Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor to provide support to those who find themselves struggling with disordered eating, body image, and connection between food, body, and mind. I find these approaches, often in combination, are particularly helpful in addressing trauma, stress and anxiety, depression, mood dysregulation, difficult relationships with food and eating, and many other areas of need.
I grew up in the suburbs of Dallas, Texas and following my high school graduation, I moved to Fayetteville, Arkansas to attend the University of Arkansas. I received my Bachelor of Art degrees in Psychology and Social Work before moving on to complete my Master of Social Work degree. During my college years, I was a member of the Pi Beta Phi sorority and co-founder of Razorback Recovery, a food recovery program. Off campus, you could often find me working at The Mustache Goods & Wears on the Downtown Fayetteville square or chasing my golden retriever around town.
Present day when I am not in the office, I enjoy going to the farmer’s market, spending time with friends and family, and getting outdoors for some exploration with my husband, two dogs, and adventurous daughter.”
I then moved to a medical setting in which I had the opportunity to work with clients of all ages and backgrounds with a wide range of treatment focuses including, but not limited to, domestic violence, depression and anxiety, trauma, grief, stress management, prenatal and post-partum depression and anxiety, psychosis, mood disturbances, and eating disorders.
I grew up in the suburbs of Dallas, Texas and following my high school graduation, I moved to Fayetteville, Arkansas to attend the University of Arkansas. I received my Bachelor of Art degrees in Psychology and Social Work before moving on to complete my Master of Social Work degree. During my college years, I was actively involved as a member of the Pi Beta Phi sorority and co-founder of Razorback Recovery, a food recovery program.
When I am not in the office, I enjoy going to the farmer’s market, cooking at home, spending time with my friends and family, and getting outdoors for some exploration with my dog and adventurous daughter.
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I believe in counseling as a journey that is unique to each individual, as life experiences vary greatly for each person. I provide care that is client-centered so that you can find hope and healing in a non-judgemental and accepting space. Before my personal counseling experiences began, hopelessness and despair felt like constant companions, despite seeking every resource I could to try to overcome the obstacles I faced.