Before starting her own therapy practice, Corinne worked in a community mental health clinic with children, adolescents and families at Dallas Metrocare Services (formerly known as Dallas County MHMR). There she treated clients with a variety of psychological issues and provided cognitive behavioral therapy, social skills training, behavior modification training, anger management training and parenting skills. Corinne worked closely with an interdisciplinary team of psychiatrists, nurse practitioners and other mental health professionals. Her background also includes graduate field work at Children's Medical Center of Dallas with the Solid Organ Transplant Program and at an Austin area middle school with Communities in Schools of Central Texas. Corinne is experienced in treating a range of psychological and life issues including: depression, anxiety, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), trauma, self-injury, children of divorce, life transitions, grief and loss, parenting concerns, stress management, and low self-esteem.
Corinne uses a mostly eclectic approach with clients with many Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Psychodynamic and Mindfulness interventions. It is her goal to tailor each client's treatment to their individual needs.
Corinne received her counseling training and education from the University of Texas at Austin and graduated with a Master of Science in Social Work. Corinne also earned a bachelor's degree in Sociology from Southern Methodist University in Dallas. Corinne is licensed by the state of Texas to practice psychotherapy and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW).