Master of Theological Studies, Phillips Theological Seminary, 2012
Master of Counseling Psychology, NWOSU, 2004
Bachelor of Science: Psychology, Phillips University, 1995
Areas of Interest:
Counselor supervision and development, counseling children and families, evidence-based practices for addiction as well as treatment of child and families affected by trauma, neurological impacts of trauma, neurological impact and mechanisms of addiction, religious influences on human psychology.
LPC (board approved supervisor), LADC (board approved supervisor), NCC (Nationally Certified Counselor), Oklahoma State Certified Trauma-Informed Trainer
Professional Continuing Education:
TF-CBT, MET/CBT-5, A-CRA, MI, Seeking Safety, Strengthening Families, Celebrating Families, PCIT
Taylor Randolph, MCP, MTS, LPC-S, LADC-S is a native of Enid, Oklahoma. He graduated from Phillips University in 1995 with a Bachelor's in Psychology. An alumni of NWOSU, he was awarded a Master's of Counseling Psychology in 2004. He brings experiences from varied levels of care in psychology and counseling. A board approved supervisor since 2009, 12 licensure candidates successfully attained either LPC, LADC, or both licensures under his supervision. For the past 16 years, he provided counseling and administrative care for individuals and families in a variety of settings ranging from children's inpatient psychiatric hospital, to adult residential rehabilitation, to different levels of outpatient care. Passions include psychological research, implementing evidence-based practices, and theological study.