Areas of Professional Interest
Corinne follows a model of psychotherapy that embraces both the psychoanalytic model as well as the psychodynamic model. From the psychoanalytic world comes a deep regard and awe for the human mind (Psalm 139), both the conscious mind as well as the unconscious mind. Corinne follows the teaching of this model in her belief that nothing one says or does is happenstance or coincidence, but rather there is great significance in all that one says and does. She believes a person’s physical movement and the words that person chooses to use speak boldly of the narrative of that person’s stories. From the psychodynamic world, Corinne holds great respect for the stories and experiences of her patients.
Prior to her joining Noonday, Corinne spent more than 20 years providing therapy to adults and adolescents. She provided training and consultation in aftercare for trafficking survivors and domestic violence survivors in the U.S and in other parts of the world. Most recently she was Director of Trauma Therapy at The WellHouse in Odenville, Ala. Corinne has had extensive training in treating patients who have been through trauma, sexual violence and domestic violence.
Corinne holds a master’s degree in Counseling Psychology and a master’s degree in Christian Studies from The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology. She participated in the Capstone Project: Fostering Resilience – Sexual Abuse – A Resilient Survivor at George Mason University and continues her post graduate studies through the Center for Object Relations in Seattle, Wash.
Corinne’s family includes her husband of forty-nine years, four sons, four daughters-in-law, and six grandchildren. She has a love for cooking – especially cooking for friends and family. She is a lifelong learner.