Taylor Seaholm, PsyD
Dr. Taylor Seaholm obtained her bachelor’s degree from UCLA (Magna Cum Laude), her master’s degree in clinical psychology from Columbia University, and her doctoral degree from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology.
Dr. Seaholm is a psychological assistant assessment clinician providing neuropsychological, psychological, and psychoeducational assessments. She is supervised by Dr. Michelle LoFurno. Prior to joining PCH, Dr. Seaholm completed an APA accredited pre-doctoral internship at The Help Group, where she provided therapeutic services and completed comprehensive psychological and neurodevelopmental evaluations for children and adolescents in both school-based and outpatient settings. In addition, Dr. Seaholm has worked in a university department clinic setting, where she obtained experience conducting comprehensive diagnostic and psychoeducational assessments for adults seeking academic accommodations and diagnostic clarification.
Dr. Seaholm has extensive experience providing therapeutic services to youth and families, and assessment experience across all ages. Her main interests include working with individuals with autism, ADHD, anxiety, trauma, and social and behavioral challenges. Dr. Seaholm has a proclivity for psychological testing and comprehensive evaluations. At the core, her assessment approach is integrative, holistic, collaborative, and therapeutic in nature.