If you are really clear about what you want your teacher to do for you, you can usually “train” them to do it. It requires a lot of introspection first, but if you’re clear and can reduce what you need to steps for them, they will often do it. “Untrained” teachers seem to be better at it than those who have been trained in traditional methods, because there is less to let go of.
I’ve had really good luck “training” online tutors to give me the kind of language input I was hoping for. I have worked with one teacher who teaches through italki.com if you want to consider online lessons. I had her as a Cantonese tutor for some time, and then she attended a 3-week training with me in Hawaii in 2016 as well, so she’s good with this method. She’s based in Guangzhou so the Mandarin might be a bit “Mainlandish” but if you get correct grammar and general word usage, it’s not too hard to “Taiwan-ify” it if you’re surrounded by Taiwan Mandarin anyway.