Gordon and Carri Taylor

Gordon and Carri have been married since February 1986. Both were previously married; Gordon for 18 years, and Carri for over 13 years. Gordon brought three sons to the marriage and Carri brought two daughters. They now have ten grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. They were legal guardians of Carri's oldest granddaughter, born in 1990.

Executive Director and Co-Founder of Opportunities Unlimited, Carri is a Certified Communication Skills Trainer (since 1993) and Executive/Personal Coach (since 1995). Carri has guided hundreds of individuals, couples and corporate teams through the process of gaining insights and new awareness of self and others; while being given practical, ready-to-use and proven tools to enhance all of their relationships. After working with Carri, her clients are energized, motivated and equipped to meet life's challenges in a new and more effective way. As a public speaker, she communicates with clarity and humor. Her expertise comes from her wealth of professional training and life experience. She illustrates insights with personal transparency.

Co-Founder of Opportunities Unlimited and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (M.F.T.), Gordon established his practice in California for 13 years before moving to Oklahoma in late 2006 where he currently practices in Edmond. He has Masters Degrees in Education and Marriage & Family Therapy. He has been a Consultant for the California State Dept. of Education and has over 32 years' experience as a Public School District Administrator.

Gordon's understanding and respect for people from all walks of life can be attributed to his experiences in both the public and private sectors. He uses counseling tools that are pragmatic and productive to help each person become the very best they can be.

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For most of us, grandparents are fabulous! The same usually holds true for stepgrandparents too. But not always. In this episode, Ron Deal talks to Gordon and Carrie Taylor about the unique aspects of grandparenting in blended families. View Show Notes →