Dr. Stacy Tylor received her Master of Arts degree in Marital and Family Therapy from Argosy University and a Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology in Los Angeles.
Dr. Tylor has worked largely with historically underserved communities and military service members and their dependents in individual and group therapy. Dr. Tylor approaches therapy from a Cognitive-Behavioral perspective and has trained extensively in this theory. She is a generalist in her clinical work and has a multitude of experiences with different populations in areas such as grief therapy, substance abuse counseling, assessments, and trauma-focused therapy.
Dr. Tylor completed her pre-doctoral internship at Fort Bliss at the William Beaumont Army Medical Center (WBAMC) Department of Behavioral Health. In this capacity, she conducted psychodiagnostic and neuropsychological assessments, individual and group therapy, and qualitative research.
Dr. Tylor continued her postdoctoral training with the Henry Jackson Foundation at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda. She served as a primary therapist in the Laboratory for the Treatment of Suicide-Related Ideation and Behavior for two DoD-funded clinical research trials for inpatient military service members and their dependents. She has authored and edited book chapters, journal articles, and contributed to various online publications. Her clinical interests include multiculturalism, psychological assessments, and interventions for depression, suicidal thoughts and gestures, trauma, and grief.
You can contact Dr. Tylor at DrTylor@QOpsych.com.