Tora Taylor-Glover, LCSW, is UNC School of Law’s inaugural embedded counselor from UNC-Chapel Hill’s Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS). The CAPS embedded counselor program places counselors within a host academic department, allowing the counselors to learn the unique culture of the program and tailor services to meet the specific needs of the students.
Taylor-Glover provides one-on-one counseling for law students and works with law school staff on wellness initiatives. She has a background in mental health, criminal justice, and higher education, and specializes in knowledge of disorders related to substance use, trauma, crisis intervention, and providing clinical supervision. Taylor-Glover comes to Carolina Law from UNC-Greensboro, where she was a counselor in the Campus Violence Response Center. Previously she worked with the Compass Center for Women and Families in Chapel Hill and as a crisis counselor with the Chapel Hill Police Department. She is a board member of NAMI Orange County NC and has served on the Chapel Hill Building Integrated Communities Committee and the Orange County Diversity Facility Work Group.
- M.S.W (summa cum laude), North Carolina State University
- B.A., Sociology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill