Rev. DeJeanne Taylor
De Jeanne Taylor is an ordained Reverend of the African Methodist Episcopal Church. She received her AS degree from San Bernardino Valley College in 2000, her Bachelors of Science in Human Services from Cal State Fullerton in 2003, and her Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of La Verne in 2006. She is currently studying for her exam for full licensure as a Marriage and Family Therapist; as well as concurrently enrolled at Loma Linda University’s Marriage and Family doctoral program. De Jeanne Taylor is also researching seminaries to obtain her Masters of Divinity as dictated by the AME doctrinal requirements.
De Jeanne has a passion for working for those struggling from addictions and providing valuable tools for those in recovery. De Jeanne has worked at Loma Linda University for nine years in the capacity of Clinical Therapist working with adolescents and their families. She is now the current Program Manager/Therapist for New Creation Behavioral Healthcare Foundation; a recovery center for women healing physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually from the ravages of drugs and alcohol. She is especially fervent about empowering women who struggle with the psychological trauma that addictions cause.
When small breaks occur in her busy schedule, she likes to spend time with her husband of eight years, Jarrol Taylor, Jr., her wonderful seventeen-year-old son, Jarid and the family dog Noah. She enjoys gardening and relaxing at the beach with a good book. She is zealous about helping people, and most importantly, she loves the Lord.