Meet Corrie

My goal is to create a safe and non-judgemental environment to allow individuals and couples to heal and grow.

 

For my individual counselling, I bring a trauma and attachment informed approach to my work. I work to understand how your nervous system has been influenced through adverse experiences. We develop emotional and affect regulation. 

 

In my relationship work with couples, I walk alongside my clients viewing the couple as a whole as the client. In my practice there is no right or wrong. There is no winning or losing. There are only two people committed to the same goal and myself to offer guidance, assistance and support. 

 

My training comes from studying my Master’s of marriage and family therapy. I have worked with couples, families and individuals in private practice and community agencies. I practice sensorimotor psychotherapy, which is a body-based therapy model. I also provide Attachment EMDR. I use The Integrative Trauma and Attachment Treatment Model which promotes healing and integration of trauma and attachment dysregulation. I incorporate art therapy techniques to hold space while allowing clients to express and process experiences through medias outside of verbal language such as drawing. 

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  • Provides in-office therapy in downtown Sarnia.

  • Offers video, telephone and email/messaging counselling and therapy.

  • Provides insurance coverage receipts to Ontario residents.

  • Coping with stress, anxiety, low mood and depression

  • Increasing positive communication in relationships 

  • Navigating through divorce, separation and co-parenting

  • Healing and processing trauma and attachment 

  • Attachment EMDR

  • Healing in relationships

  • Making healthy lifestyle changes and increasing mental health

  • Supporting child development through building coping skills and processing

  • Family support through transitions and healing relationships

 
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