Corrie is a registered psychologist with specialist training in child psychology, a Counselling Masters degree and 25 years experience in the industry. She has a huge passion for working alongside children, adolescents and adults across the whole lifespan.
Corrie has gained her experience working for private and charity based organisations, for the Department of Defence, in job network and rehabilitation, and teaching at universities in counselling and child development. She has spent the last 16 years working in a well-respected private practice in the southern suburbs and is now eager to go out on her own in a new direction.
As Corrie is herself neurodiverse (late diagnosed ADHD), her interests are working with all aspects of diversity particularly neuro (ADHD/ASD) and gender/sexual diversity with the aim of providing a compassionate service to those who struggle to feel heard and supported. She also feels privileged to assist all ages with depression, anxiety, OCD, phobias, PTSD, relationship issues, DV, bullying, behaviour management problems, parenting skills, challenges faced working in military or emergency services, borderline personality disorder, and dissociative identity disorders.
Corrie is an eclectic psychologist utilising a range of therapies to suit the client although Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Acceptance Commitment Therapy are her preferred modalities.
In her spare time Corrie enjoys horse riding, volunteering in the emergency services, hiking and spending time with family. As she knows the value that horses can play in healing and skill development for self-esteem, confidence and improved mental health, Corrie also has plans to incorporate her horse into her practice in the equine assisted learning and psychotherapy space.