Clients who feel misunderstood, inadequate, and lonely often feel recharged, heard, and inspired after working with Corry. Many people struggling with depression, anxiety, and the fear that “it’s too late” have gotten their life back through her diligent care.
Corry sees herself as a conduit of change, helping people identify what is truly important to them and living as their authentic selves. Her clients are often surprised that she can be both grounded and hilarious, direct and whimsical. She has a rare gift for helping clients open up to topics they are scared to talk about. She has helped many who struggle with depression, anxiety, and PTSD recover their lives, set boundaries, and cultivate relationships full of delight, appreciation, and empathy. As a queer and creative therapist, Corry has many inroads to supporting artists, trauma survivors, and the LGBTQ community.
In her free time, Corry enjoys researching new topics, scouring Wikipedia, snuggling her cat and Chihuahua, binge reading, listening to podcasts, making art and jewelry, going to horror and film festivals, spending time with friends, and swimming in “any body of water I find myself near.”