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214-433-6433 xt 704


Licensed Professional Counselor

• Child-Parent Relationship Therapy
• Play Therapy for Infants and Toddlers
• Adolescent DBT Skills
• Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
• Medical Complexities
• Peer Relationships
• Mindfulness
• Distress Tolerance
• Creativity and Spirituality
• Anxiety and Self-Worth



Corrie is passionate about using creativity to help others. She is dedicated to validating all facets of her client’s culture such as socioeconomic status, ethnicity, gender, and cognitive ability. She is committed to creating a safe and nonjudgmental environment centered around acceptance, empathy and genuineness. As an interpreter of play and nonverbal cues, Corrie works to strengthen family relationships and bridge the communication gap between caregivers and their children.

Corrie attained her Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of North Texas in 2018. Corrie completed her play therapy internship at Children’s Health Medical Center of Dallas where she provided counseling services to children, adolescents, families and groups. She is trained in Child-Parent Relationship Therapy (CPRT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills (Adolescent DBT Skills). Corrie is a person-centered counselor who supports individuals and families across the lifespan from infancy to adulthood

Corrie joined Corbella Counseling in 2019. Corrie lives in North Texas with her husband, two young children, and cat Rey.

Get to know me:

Color: Dark Green
Scent: Rose
Dessert: Chocolate Chip Cookies
Movie: My Neighbor Totoro
TV Shows: Parks and Recreation, Hilda, Bob’s Burgers
Place Outdoors: Forest
Hogwarts House: Hufflepuff
Enneagram Numbers: 9-2 and 4
Fiction Books: Ronia, The Robber’s Daughter by Astrid Lindgren, Garlic and the Witch by Bree Paulsen
Nonfiction Books: Endurance: Shackleton’s Incredible Voyage by Alfred Lansing, Hunt, Gather, Parent: What Ancient Cultures can Teach Us about the Lost Art of Raising Happy, Helpful Little Humans by Michaeleen Doucleff
Ways to support her mental health: Stretching, Long Walks, Reading, Crafts

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