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Corie is currently not taking on new clients at this time, however reduced rate sessions with interns and supervisees are available. Please see below for options.
Believe it or not, telehealth is extremely effective. In fact, I have seen no difference between the effectiveness of online counseling versus in-person. Even better, online enables me to work with families anywhere within the states mentioned above. Thinking about couples work? You can video in from separate locations!
(All individuals will be assessed for appropriateness of online therapy in the first session to determine if telehealth is right for you.)
As a military spouse, I specialize in working with any military or first responder family. I specialize though in unique individuals and couples that have a hard time finding competent counselors that understand them. Whether you are a Senior Military Couple who has been under the pressure of the spotlight, a special forces service member or couple, or are trying to restore your marriage from a betrayal- I would love to work with you.
Looking for a reduced rate? Consider working with one of Corie's supervisees- both military spouse clinicians. Schedule with them below or click to read more about them!
Military spouse and adventure enthusiast, Rebecca Brown is eager to partner with future clients on a shared journey towards healing. “Becca,” M.Ed., NCC, is a licensed resident counselor in the state of Virginia and is currently under supervision working towards full licensure with Corie Weathers. Currently, Becca can work with residents of Virginia via Telehealth.
Like most military families, Becca is no foreigner to change or unanticipated transitions. After a full and joyful 8-year career teaching high school English, coaching track & field and supervising the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Becca returned to school for her second master’s degree pursuing a lifelong calling to counseling. She recently graduated from an accredited Clinical and Mental Health Counseling Program in Georgia and completed a yearlong internship at a Child Advocacy Center. Here, Becca primarily worked with sexually abused children and adolescents while advocating for and educating families in crisis. Upon finishing her program, Becca immediately moved to Europe where she and her husband are currently stationed with the army. Europe offers them lots of opportunities to explore and engage with other cultures, and they can also be found mountain biking, rock climbing, reading aloud and dancing in their kitchen.
As a former English teacher, Becca is experienced in serving diverse populations. She has spent time teaching and mentoring others from various cultures and has traveled as far as Africa and Tibet. Intent upon bridging gaps in the counseling field, Becca conducted qualitative research in an underserved population during her counseling program. Becca spent time with women from local mosques seeking to understand barriers that prevent Muslim women from seeking and securing culturally relevant services. Through a culturally sensitive lens, Becca looks forward to working with all populations.
Driven to reconcile and pursuer of all, Becca brings an authentic love for people that translates into an integrative & person-centered approach to therapy. Through this, she desires to help clients heal and see cycles of trauma broken. At present, Becca serves primarily military families and has also focused her career working in the areas of child and adolescent trauma, sexual trauma, marriage counseling, & faith-based counseling. She has also served many suffering with PTSD, anxiety, and depression. Led by hope and motivated by love, Becca looks forward to listening to and sharing in your story.
Reana Black is a Master’s in Social Work (MSW) student specializing in mental health and trauma at University Denver in Colorado. Reana obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Health Administration from California State University, Northridge. She is also a member of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW). Reana desires to become a Licensed Clinical Social Worker to help diverse populations in many different ways.
Reana believes that emotional well-being and mental health are critical to a healthy lifestyle. As a military spouse and mother, she often understands the need for balance, and she desires to empower other spouses along their journey. Reana is also passionate about multicultural issues, diversity, and destroying the stigma of Mental Health in socioeconomically disadvantaged communities.
Reana has an interest in furthering her development and training in the following modalities Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT), Narrative Therapy, Play Therapy among a other modalities.
Three words to best describe Reana is artsy, compassionate, and transparent. In her spare time, Reana engages in self-care through reading, meditating, crafting, exploring new cuisine, and spending time with her family.
Counseling with Corie Weathers, LPC, NCC
Counseling for Service Families
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As a military spouse and licensed professional counselor, I have dedicated my career to build stronger military and first responder families. To reach as many individuals and families as possible, all counseling is done online, virtually. Believe me… it works.
Counseling is ethically limited to those in the following states:
Virginia (Tricare/Private pay/out of network)
Texas (Tricare/Private pay/out of network)
Georgia (Tricare/Private pay/out of network)
Colorado (Private pay/Tricare In-network)
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Prolonged Exposure & Cognitive Behavioral Processing (PTSD)
Certified Telemental Health Provider
Certified Gallup StrengthsFinder Advisor
National Certified Counselor (NCC)
Society of Consulting Psychology
It is the policy of Corie Weathers, LLC & Lifegiver, LCC to treat all patients and not to discriminate with regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or disability.