Corinne is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and earned a MSW degree at The University of Georgia. She has over 10 years of clinical experience of serving clients across various settings including child and family agencies, structured outpatient programs and inpatient crisis stabilization within a forensic setting. She has experience providing counseling with children and their families within home and community based services. She also has experience providing individual and group therapy with adolescents and adults who struggled with anxiety, depression, residual effects of trauma, addiction issues, suicidality, self injurious behaviors, gender identity, psychosis and emotional dysregulation.
Corinne’s clients include adolescents, young adults and adults. She utilizes integrated evidence-based practices (CBT, DBT, Psychodynamic), individualized to each client with a holistic and culturally sensitive approach. She works collaboratively with clients to facilitate effectiveness and coping ability to adapt to challenges in life, to enhance decision making and to improve relationships. Corinne provides unconditional positive regard and creates a safe place to establish a trusting relationship to facilitate healing and growth.
Corinne specializes in:
Trauma and Abuse
Anxiety and Stress Management
Corinne is especially skilled in providing a gentle, but directive approach to help clients mobilize towards making positive life decisions, and to build enriching relationships. She believes that everyone can make productive changes when they have compassionate support and guidance. Her ability to create an open and non-judgmental space allows clients to process trauma, and explore growth in order to reach towards personal emotional enrichment.