Elizabeth D. C. Taylor, MS, ABSNP


Elizabeth D. C. Taylor, MS, ABSNP
Kingfisher Learning

Children do as we do, not as we tell them to do.  


As a Licensed Psychologist-Master and Licensed School Psychologist in the state of Vermont, I am passionate about the mental health, education, and overall well-being of children, adolescents, and adults.  I have served children and adolescents as their teacher, tutor, psychological and neuropsychological evaluator, therapist, and psychologist.  I have also conducted psychological and neuropsychological evaluations for adults.  In addition to my work as a psychologist, I also hold a teaching license with an endorsement in Theater Arts, Pre-K through 12th grade.  One of my favorite experiences was teaching English to young offenders at the Department of Corrections.

Licenses and certifications: Vermont Psychologist - Master #047.0118917
Vermont Educator ID#8012935
Endorsements: School Psychologist & Theater Arts, Pred-K - 12
American Board of School Neuropsychology, Diplomate June, 2022


After earning my Bachelor's Degree from the University of California, Davis, I travelled to London, England and studied Shakespearean acting at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.  My theatrical training and experience permeates my therapy practice today.  I earned my Master of Science in Clinical Psychology at the College of St. Joseph in Rutland, Vermont. 


Vermont Psychological Association
Lifetime member of Psi Chi, the International Honor Society in Psychology since 2012

Family & Community

I adore the theater and have been active in school, community, and professional theatrical productions since the age of 6 years.  Today, this background informs my therapeutic practice with children who are developmentally ready for traditional "talk therapy."  My interests and scope of practice include Developmental Trauma, ADHD, Learning Disabilities, English Language Learning, Assessment of Threat, and Juvenile Delinquency & Risk of Recidivism.  I serve on the BRAVO Restorative Justice panel in Brandon, Vermont.