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LLuminari Expert Network, Contributing Editor BeWell.com, Psychiatrist in Private Practice, Board Chair of the National Black Women’s Health Imperative, Former member of the Blue Ribbon Advisory Board for PepsiCo, a contributor to O, The Oprah Magazine, Astra Zeneca Pharmaceuticals- Speaker Network, Psychiatrist-Family Circle Magazine “Ask Dr. Janet”, Dr. Janet Taylor is a Clinical Instructor of Psychiatry at Columbia University affiliated Harlem Hospital. The practice of Community Mental Health is extremely rewarding to Dr. Taylor, because “being on the frontline with individuals and their families battling the emotional and economic impact of Mental Illness is where I can make a difference”.
Dr. Taylor attended the University of Louisville for both her undergraduate degree as well as medical school. Her psychiatric residency was completed at New York Medical College – Westchester Medical Center, and she also received a Masters of Public Health from Columbia University. Her wide diverse educational background has translated into the work she does, which is described as “community mental health”.Aside from maintaining her private practice, she is the Medical Consultant for Children of Promise, an organization in Brooklyn that focuses on children who have a parent that is incarcerated, and she is a former clinical instructor of Psychiatry at Harlem Hospital. She developed a keen interest in Life Coaching while working in Vancouver, British Columbia, and became a Certified Professional Coach in order to establish her company, Mind Projects, specializing in corporate stress management and performance and health enhancement.Additionally, Dr. Taylor has always felt strongly about her volunteer work. She is the Board Chair of the National Black Women’s Imperative, a Red Cross Disaster Mental Health Worker, and participates as a Volunteer Facilitator with the Tree House Program – a bereavement center in Westchester, NY.She’s also been invited to share her expertise on television shows and radio programs, including The Today Show, and magazines such as Essence and Oprah Magazine.
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