Corey joined CAPS in August 2010 as a post-doctoral fellow. He received his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Vermont in 1999 and his Master of Education from Boston University in 2002. He then went on to earn a Doctoral Degree in Psychology from the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology in July of 2010.
Prior to coming to CU Boulder, Corey worked and trained within a number of university and hospital based settings. Through these experiences he has established clinical areas of interest in working with students on their peer and family based relationships, self-esteem concerns, stress management, identity development and substance use. He is also interested in working with students who want to improve their academic, athletic or performance based actions. Corey utilizes a strength based approach which works to implement both behavioral adjustments and increased personal insight for students. He incorporates family and developmental understanding, multiculturalism and therapist/student collaboration into his work with students.
Corey strongly believes that treatment should not only focus on the changes which students want to incorporate into their lives, but should also include insight into the strengths and resiliency held within each person.
Corey spends his free time with his family enjoying Colorado’s mountains, trails and rivers. He loves to ski, hike and travel when possible.
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