Meet Sherri Taylor

Sherri Taylor is the founder and owner of The Herbal Kind. The passion to help people heal, lead her to the study and practice of herbal medicine. Herbal medicine has always been a significant part of her practice as a Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner. It is nature’s internal medicine and is very helpful with various conditions affecting one’s health.

Sherri studied at The New York College for Health professions in Syosset, NY where she graduated Summa Cum Laude and received her Master’s Degree in Oriental Medicine. Sherri Taylor is a national board certified Acupuncturist and Chinese Herbalist through the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) and is licensed by the state of AZ. She has been in practice since 2005 specializing in internal medicine conditions and fertility within the scope of Oriental Medicine.

In 2008, she was an adjunct professor at the Phoenix Institute of Herbal Medicine and Acupuncture (PIHMA) teaching Introduction to Herbal Medicine.  In the same year, she advanced her study in fertility medicine and obtained a board certification in Reproductive Medicine within the scope of Oriental Medicine to specialize in fertility for both men and women.  Sherri stayed an active member for approximately 8 years before shifting her focus to other areas of medicine to further her training within the scope of Oriental Medicine.  In May 2016, she participated in an advanced herbal training in Shanghai, China with TCM Zone and Shanghai University.

Currently, she does some blogging for TCM Zone on Chinese Herbal Medicine practice for Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioners.  She also provides webinars to practitioners on building an herbal pharmacy and herbal medicine.  Sherri is active in the community, frequently sharing her expertise by providing small seminars to the public on various health topics that benefit from Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine such as: fertility, hormone balance, stress management, pregnancy, leaky gut and more.  These seminars are held at the clinic and throughout the valley.