Noni Taylor, LMSW

Licensed Master’s in Social Work

Joining the Center for Grief and Trauma, my mission is to empower, encourage, and instill hope in adults of all stages of life, caregivers, and families to live an autonomous quality of life.

My experience in hospice care has equipped me to understand the significance of supporting people with compassion and empathy; while providing a haven to address their trauma, depression, anxiety, grief, and; or loss.

Aging is a part of the human experience that can bring forth joy and complexities. As a recipient of care, you may be experiencing life transitions, grief, and; or adjusting to changes within your family unit. As a caregiver, you may be experiencing unexpected changes, feeling burned out, or like you need support as well. In some cases, you may be journeying through the grieving process and trying to reconstruct your world and identity after losing someone.  

No matter the circumstances, there is a place here for you. There will always be a safe, accepting, and nonjudgmental space for you to unpack, process, and heal. Always keep in mind that there is no manual to grieve. Here, you will receive individualized services that are fitting for where you are in your journey.


  • 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

Additional Information

  • Certificate in Aging & Health, Rutgers University