Taylor Boeve is an associate behavioral health therapist in the Men’s Program. In this role, she supports patients so they can examine, recognize, and address the issues that create obstacles to recovery.
She does this by providing individual therapy, facilitating group therapy, and offering lectures, primarily about AA’s 12 Steps. She also tracks patients’ progress and treatment needs and communicates with their family members as needed. She is privileged to accompany patients on their journey to a healthy recovery that includes hope, resilience, and optimism.
Taylor came to Caron in 2022. Prior to this job with Caron, she was a family-based therapist at a counseling agency working with children and their families for two years. That role gave her an understanding of one of Caron’s primary principles: The patient is the family and the family is the patient. She was also a milieu manager for an inpatient psychiatric facility, ensuring patient safety and facilitating groups, for two years.
While in a master’s program, Taylor worked for a year as a mental health technician at Caron, providing support to patients in crisis in addition to their primary therapist.
She has a Master of Arts in clinical mental health counseling from Kutztown University, Pennsylvania, and a Bachelor of Arts in psychology from Shippensberg University, Pennsylvania.