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Daryl Taylor, BSc (Hons) Psychology, PGDip (pending certification)


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My expertise covers everything and anything to do with growing up, being a teenager or a young adult or being the parent of one of the pre-described. I can cover issues on identity, sexuality, love, relationships, families, drug/alcohol abuse and anything and everything in between.

Experience in the area

I have volunteered for for over ten years now, but even before that I was trying to use my experience to help others by working with, and even Lycos and Ask Jeeves. My experience comes from being a teenager primarily but this lead me to work with young people from the age of 13. I have worked front line, face to face and over the telephone, e-mail and webchat for a government department called Connexions UK (aimed at young people aged 13-19); as well as being student counselor in New York, a Peer Mentor, a student teacher and working for my school, college and University to help raise the aspirations of young people. My life has not been easy and I have been through my fair share of issues; so there is little that I haven't been through in reality opposed to just reading it from a book or from my academic studies. I have been featured as a case study as achieving through adversity for a number of magazines and I have featured in a couple of books on both sides of the Atlantic; even though I am UK based.


The Albert Kennedy Trust


Relationships: Cathy Senker, 2012, Raintree The Dean and Chapter Positive Nation GTEN Television Aim Higher


BSc(Hons) Psychology Post Graduate Diploma in Multidisciplinary Design Innovation Basic Counselling Skills Effective Listening Skills Mental Health First Aid

Awards and Honors

Outstanding Student achievement Adult learner's Award

Past/Present Clients Connexions Direct

What do you like about this subject?

Young people are not ignorant or stupid; they just sometimes as the questions that other people are scared to ask.

What do you still hope to achieve/learn in this field?

I hope to help young people see their own potential for the better and to help them understand their own abilities.

Something controversial or provocative about this subject

Giving your children everything is just as bad as giving them nothing, spoiling them is not the solution to turning them into good people.

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Recent Answers from Daryl Taylor, BSc (Hons) Psychology, PGDip (pending certification)

2016-07-18 Are my parents crazy?:

Hi there Bruce,    Thank you for taking the time to write to me and I hope that I can help.    From what you have explained, in particular around having to call your parents 'mommy' and 'daddy', it sounds

2016-06-03 How do I get my parents to trust me?:

Hi Bruce,    Thank you for taking the time to write to me and I hope I can help.    Cyber hacking has been on the increase over the last couple of years as more and more people do more online. Big businesses

2016-05-08 Sociability:

Hi Danielle,    Thank you for taking the time to write to me and I hope that I can help.    It is natural to be worried abut your children if you think that they are struggling to make friends or have

2016-02-22 Homophobic parents:

Hi Jacob,    Thank you for taking the time to write to me and I hope that I can help.    Being gay is not a choice that you make, it is something that you just happen to be. Your sexuality is only part

2016-01-16 I have way to many flaws.:

Hi Robyn,    Thank you for taking the time to write to me and I hope that I can help.    Firstly, let me reassure you. Everyone has insecurities and flaws and struggles with them. Even the most attractive


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