Donald Taylor

Assistant Professor  |  Social Sciences  |  John Hazen White College of Arts & Sciences
Charlotte Campus


Donald Taylor has been frequently quoted and presented at conferences regarding self-esteem issues, family dynamics and domestic/partner violence. Taylor authored a group treatment curriculum entitled "SEED: Self Esteem and Expression Development for African American Adolescents." His current publication is "Buggin': A Brother's Tale," a fiction novel focused on issues such as male bonding, relationships, family and violence.

M.S., Social Administration, Case-Western Reserve University, Ohio
B.A., Political Science, Cheyney University, Pennsylvania


  • adolescent behavioral deviance; family and domestic violence; individual and family therapy