Corbella Counseling​

Abby is a Licensed Professional Counselor and National Certified Counselor. 

Abby grew up in Rockwall, and chose to call Dallas home throughout her undergraduate and graduate learning. She completed her degree in Public Relations at the University of Texas- Arlington. After five years in public relations and event planning, she returned to school, pursuing a career change.

In 2013, Abby earned her Masters of Science in Counseling from Texas A&M- Commerce. Prior to Corbella, she worked at The Family Place as a domestic violence counselor before specializing in providing group and individual therapy for survivors of childhood sexual abuse. 

Abby focuses her practice on counseling pre-adolescents, teens, and adults, with special interests in anxiety disorders and the challenges of navigating early adulthood and independence. She also enjoys presenting to outside groups on therapeutic topics; her past clients include the Dallas Mavericks and Ursuline Academy.  

Abby is passionate about therapy; utilizing Person-Centered Counseling as her guiding theory, she provides a safe environment for the client to achieve greater insight and progress towards personal growth. She approaches the therapeutic relationship with empathy and acceptance and believes you are the expert of your own life.

Abby joined Corbella in September 2014. She offers daytime and weeknight appointments. 

972-965-5136

f: 214-723-7566

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Abby j. tomlin

M.s., lpc, ncc

Licensing

Licensed Professional Counselor

National Certified Counselor


Education

Texas A&M University Commerce, 
M.S., Counseling

University of Texas at Arlington
B.A., Public Relations



Associations & Organizations

Texas Counseling Association
National Board of Certified Counselors

Specialty Areas

    Anxiety/Anxiety Disorders
    Adjustment to Life Changes
    Career Challenges
    Coping Skills
    Depression
    Domestic and Family Violence
    Emotional Expression
    Family-of-Origin Issues
    Eating Disorders
    Grief and Loss
    Relationship Issues
    Self-Esteem
    Trauma