About Bryce Taylor
Dr. Taylor has been a full-time instructor of Autism for the Department of Special Education at Ball State University for 4 years. He taught psychology and autism courses on a part-time basis at BSU and elsewhere over many years prior to this. He is a licensed, practicing psychologist and also is the founder and co-owner of the Center for Psychological Development, a private psychotherapy practice with over 10 therapists who serve children, adolescents, and adults with a variety of mental health issues. Dr. Taylor completed his graduate work (M.S. & Ph.D.) in Counseling Psychology at the University of North Texas and his doctoral internship at the Medical University of South Carolina Consortium. He has been working in with children with various psychological difficulties for over 25 years. Dr. Taylor's interest in autism stems from his work in his practice with those on the higher end of the spectrum. He is the father of three daughters. He also works as an audio engineer and singer/songwriter. He is passionate about social justice and he is fascinated by neurological research and the possibilities for interactions between technology, the arts, and learning.