Cori works with individuals and families with a variety of backgrounds and challenges, and has additional insight when counseling black women and men. She also specializes in couples counseling and communication issues. Cori enjoys working with dating couples who are planning their forever, and with married couples for whom forever has turned into “for what?” Couples counseling can be a place to explore next directions for your relationship, whether you choose to improve it, take it to the next level, or even end it. Cori also works with individuals on a variety of concerns (depression, anxiety, stress management, relationship issues) as well as with families looking to move from conflict to better connection.
Cori was born in Michigan, but having spent most of her life here in Dallas, considers herself a true Texan. Cori earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Philosophy from Southern Methodist University (SMU). While working as a study abroad advisor, Cori discovered a connection between her various interests and previous experiences mentoring, tutoring, and life coaching. She received her Masters Degree in Counseling at SMU and is thrilled to be a part of the Lifeologie team.
Cori believes we all have the personal power either to change our situation or to change within it. From experience, Cori knows this often is not easy to do and that counseling can help with navigating the transition.
In her free time, Cori can be found doing anything from binge-watching shows on Netflix to traveling around the world. She loves to dance (usually on-beat) and sing (usually off-key).
“I may not know exactly how you feel, but I understand that you want to feel differently–about yourself, about your relationship, about your life. I welcome individuals, couples, and families facing a variety of challenges including stress, self-esteem, life transitions, relationship issues, parenting, and the general “stuck” feeling. I believe that with my understanding of people and your understanding of you, we can work together to address these challenges.”