Articles by Taylor Broughton, MA
Taylor Broughton, MA, is a doctoral candidate in clinical psychology at George Fox University in Western Oregon. He has several clinical interests, including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), neuropsychological assessment in primary care clinics, sports psychology, and fitness for duty evaluations. He has experience working in integrated behavioral health in family medicine clinics, emergency department risk assessment, community mental health, corporate culture consulting, and working with golfers and track and field athletes. His research focuses on the physiological and neuropsychological impacts of anxious arousal during sports performance, specifically with collegiate golfers. When he is not working, he is golfing, fishing, and spending time with his spouse exploring beautiful, rainy Western Oregon.
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