Consultation, Education & Research

In addition to striving to provide affordable and professional care to our clients, Taylor Counseling Group offers consultation and educational services to mental health providers throughout Texas. Working closely with state Representatives, Senators and the Agricultural Department we are dedicated to developing lasting solutions to better serve, our rural communities, veterans, and those in need. Not only do we work closely with government agencies to assist in the development of new programs but we provide consultation for private practice development and on going education for providers who desire to build the best practice possible.   



Dr. Taylor offers one-on-one consulting for mental health professionals looking to start, develop, and perfect their practice. Our services range from basic support to full concierge packages that assist with everything from business development, marketing, compliance, insurance support and long term strategic planing. Contact us to learn more about our consultation services. 



We believe that ongoing education and networking is vital to the success of every therapist's practice. Not only does continuing education allow us to network with other therapists in our area and field but it helps us to develop and perfect our skills as practitioners. As such, we are dedicated to offering ongoing continuing education for counselors in our area. Click the link below to learn more about the events in your area. 



Professional research is the foundation of professional counseling. As mental health professionals we depend on current research to assist in our clinical judgment, treatment, and professional growth. Our passion for the development and growth of the counseling field drives our dedication to ongoing research. Follow the link to below to learn about our current publications and current projects. 

Dr. Christopher S. Taylor

Dr. Christopher S. Taylor


Call or email us to learn more about our consulting services:

(214) 530-001

Consulting Services

Private practice is not an easy thing to manage. As therapists we are trained to be compassionate and caring. Our educational programs do not offer any real business components and many of us have no idea how to run a small business. We enter into private practice because we want to help people but quickly find that we are ill equipped to manage the business aspect of growing and developing the practice we want. Often times, therapist will give up on private practice because they cannot build the case load they want. Research shows that many therapists burn out of private practice due to the demanding nature of seeing a full caseload and trying to manage their practice. 

We firmly believe that running your practice should not be a barrier to offering your clients the care they need. We are here to help you develop the practice you want and navigate all the complexities of business management. One-on-one consulting is offered by appointment only. Additionally, we offer continuing education course to help your practice thrive and to connect you with other therapists struggling with the same issues.  


Our Services 

  • Business basics
  • Practice foundation
  • Practice development 
  • Insurance navigation
  • Identity and goal setting
  • Long term planning
  • Support services

Upcoming Events

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Grow Your Practice: Complaince 

Detials Coming Soon!

May, 2018


Prepare/Enrich Facilitator Training

Details Coming Soon!

June, 2018

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Grow Your Practice: Identity and Goals

Details Coming Soon!

July, 2018


Distance Counseling With Rural and veteran populations

A proposed study on the practical utilization of distance counseling in rural Texas. This study will seek to determine the viability of distance counseling for long term continuity of care for veterans and rural Texas that would otherwise be cut off from care. This study is currently in the development phase. 

  • Author: Dr. Christopher S. Taylor


An ex post facto quantitative quasi-experimental study was utilized to determine if the number of days in treatment, the number of drug screens and the number of court appearances impact the completion of family drug court programs throughout the Southwestern United States from October 1st, 2013 to September 30th, 2015. Groups of completers and non-completers are compared to the overall number of days in treatment, the number of drug screens, and the number of court appearances through the use of a multivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA). Additionally, this study seeks to advance the use of social learning theory and its application to drug and alcohol prevention throughout the mental health field, and offers to aid in the advanced education for social workers, counselors, psychologists, and case managers who serve to further the field of family drug courts.

  • Author: Dr. Christopher S. Taylor
  • Presented in April 2016 at the Texas Association of Drug Court Professionals