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Claudia Ann Taylor

Claudia Ann Taylor, American psychotherapist.


Taylor, Claudia Ann was born on May 22, 1946 in Knoxville, Tennessee, United States. Daughter of Darlene M. Moore.


Registered Nurse, Grady Nursing School, 1966. Bachelor of science in nursing, Georgia State University, 1979. Master of Education, Georgia State University, 1982.


Acting head nurse Grady Memorial Hospital, Atlanta, 1966, psychiatric clinical coordinator, since 1969. Instructor in counseling Barbara King School of Ministry, 1982-1983. Workshop, seminar coordinator and facilitator, since 1977.

Private practice psychotherapist, consultant C. Ann Taylor & Associates, since 1983. Associate trainer, counselor The Institute for Effective Living, Trinidad, since 1983. Producer Relationships on Cable Atlanta, since 1984.

Founder, Chief Executive Officer Institute for Psychotherapy and Research for Human Immunodeficiency Virus-Positive Women and, since 1994. Consultant Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, 1985-1987, Psychiatric Institute Atlanta, 1986-1987, American Telephone & Telegraph Company, Atlanta, 1988, Internal Revenue Service, Atlanta, 1988.


Board directors Community Friendship, Inc., Atlanta. Group leader Department Offender Rehabilitation, Atlanta, l980. Lieutenant colonel United States Air Force Reserve, since 1976.

Member National Association of Female Executives, American Society for Training and Development, Association Black Psychologists (chairman l986-88), Mental Health Association, Georgia Nurses Association, Reserve Officers Association, International Transactional Analysis Association, National Council Negro Women (chairman Atlanta l983—, award of appreciation l985, 87), Delta Sigma Theta (award of appreciation l986).


  • Other Interests

    Horseback riding, swimming, reading, travel.


Married Kendryl S. Taylor (divorced 1974).