Noni Taylor, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

I joined the Center for Grief & Trauma Therapy after dedicating the past five years to supporting individuals and their families in hospice care. Through my experiences in the sacred space of hospice, I came to understand that grief is not merely a destination but an ongoing journey. It extends beyond the loss of a loved one, encompassing various layers that deserve recognition, validation, and normalization. Currently, I serve as a full-time Palliative Care Social Worker, aiding individuals and their families facing serious illnesses as they navigate through depression, anxiety, and grief & loss, all while assisting with case management tasks.

Embarking on the journey to seek help may be one of the most challenging decisions you make, and I want to commend you on taking the first step towards reclaiming your life and becoming the person you are destined to be.

In my role as your therapist, my counseling style is collaborative, considerate, and warm. My goal is to keep you grounded in the therapeutic process, empowering you to take agency in your healing journey. I believe in your autonomy to determine the path you wish to follow. Therapy is a personalized journey with a pace tailored to each individual, requiring participation, patience, and self-grace.

I eagerly anticipate the opportunity to work with you on this path of recovery, restoration, and liberation.


  • End of Life Issues 
  • Hospice Care 
  • Caregiver Issues 
  • Grief & Loss 
  • Bereavement

Ages Served

  • Adults
  • Elders (65+)
  • Caregivers 


  • Bachelor’s of Social Work from West Chester University of Pennsylvania
  • Master’s of Social Work with Clinical Focus from Rutgers University


  • NJ 44SL0675
  • DE Q3-0011217
  • LCSW – Q1-0012394

Additional Information

  • Certificate in Aging & Health, Rutgers University