Bio (Karen Taylor)
Karen is currently serving as a post-secondary academic advisor and program administrator. In addition to working in the field of education, Karen also has many and varied years of experience in areas of psychological services, libraries, domestic and research animal care, wildlife rehabilitation and various community services. Karen began her formal post-secondary studies at Grande Prairie Regional College in the department of Forestry & Agriculture.She later completed an Animal Health Science Technology diploma from Fairview College/NAIT, and a Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Alberta. Her interdisciplinary master’s degree (psychology and theology) was earned through St. Andrew’s College (University of Saskatchewan). Current interests include narrative transformation: the impact of personal and cultural story, psychological and sociological script and schema, cosmologies and personal identity, culture and communication, language and communication, environmental knowledge, awareness and impact, and the mind-brain interface.