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Taylor King, OT


Occupational Therapist


Accepting new patients
No Referral Required

Facilities & Clinics

About Taylor King


Taylor King, OTR/L works with pediatric patients of various ages and diagnosis utilizing a play-based and family centered approach in her sessions. She has a passion for working with children on the autism spectrum, diving deeper into the “why” behind behavior, and utilizing her training in providing family centered care. Building relationships with her families is one of Taylor's main priorities as she believes through empowerment of the family and child you can foster greater independence and participation in everyday life. Through education and time spent engaging with adolescents with various mental health conditions she picked up a passion for providing trauma-informed care and hopes to be an agent of change and a safe place for her kids to attend therapy. 

Taylor earned her bachelor’s in psychology from Dixie State University followed by her doctorate degree in occupational therapy from Rocky Mountain College. During graduate school she was a URLEND trainee, where she learned not only how to prioritize pushing beyond discipline boundaries to provide the best service to children with special needs and their families, but also widen her provider lens for children with autism. She remains excited to continue growing and expanding her clinical skill set. 

Born and raised in Idaho, Taylor is excited to be back in her home state where she enjoys hiking, reading, live music, spending time with family, and playing fetch with her corgi.

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