Sherri Taylor, Psy.D.
Sherri Taylor, Psy.D. (she/they/femme) is a contemplative, teacher, scholar, consultant, and facilitator. She completed her undergraduate education in Feminist Studies at Stanford University and earned her master’s and doctoral degrees in Clinical Psychology from the Wright Institute in Berkeley, California. Her scholarship and research interests include dreamwork as contemplative practice, the intergenerational
transmission of benevolence and resilience, the somatics of belonging and unbelonging, psycho-spiritual trauma theory, attachment theory, human development, and processes
of embodiment and incarnation. She is also the guardian of the soulstudiolab and Black Womxn’s Dream Lab. The soulstudiolab offers relevant and meaningful group trainings,
playshops, and workshops for community and professional audiences that integrates innovative approaches and practices from the contemplative traditions, expressive arts, and psychology, with a special focus on the psycho-spiritual importance of creativity and embodiment to inspire personal growth, interpersonal understanding, and social justice.
Dr. Taylor is a highly sought-after speaker, consultant, and facilitator on a variety of topics including anti-racism; justice, equity, diversity and inclusion (JEDI); cultural humility; the cultivation of joy; dream work; and spirituality. An eternal student of Life Dr. Taylor is currently a student of the Center for Contemplation and Action’s Living School in Albuquerque, New Mexico. She aspires each day to appreciate the fullness and complexity of the human experience.