Looking for a reduced rate?
Consider working with one of Corie’s supervisees- military spouse clinicians. Schedule with them below or click to read more about them!
Residents- coming soon
Residents have graduated but are still under supervision. Until they get at least 3 years of experience they cannot independently practice or take insurance. This allows for a reduced rate as well.
Now taking clients in
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.
Coming soon to
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.
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.)