Coralie is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist within the states of Kentucky and Pennsylvania, and is in the process of transferring her title of Licensed Clinical Social Worker to Kentucky. Coralie earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a minor in Sexuality and Gender Studies from the Pennsylvania State University, and went on to earn a Master of Science in Social work with a specialization in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of Louisville.
Coralie’s approach to treatment is strengths-based and holistic. She utilizes an experiential and postmodern lens, meaning that she honors the expertise and authentic voice that each client brings to treatment, as well as working to explore feelings and experiences firsthand in the room in order to promote change. She works to incorporate the values most important to her clients, as well as expand those belief systems that may be overly rigid or limiting, all within a safe and nurturing environment.
Coralie is currently pursuing an advanced certificate in Sex Therapy & Sex Education through the University of Michigan as part of becoming an accredited sex therapist through The American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT).
Coralie has experience in working with children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families facing a variety of treatment issues including but not limited to:
- Depression, anxiety, & mood disorders
- Trauma & healing
- Grief and Loss
- LGBTQIA+/exploring gender or sexuality
- Self-Esteem, Identity, & Purpose
- Interpersonal relationship difficulties
- Body image issues & eating disorders
Coralie utilizes a variety of evidence-based practices, and collaborates with clients to honor their inherent strengths that will serve as the foundation for helping them to create the lives they desire. She holds space for those working to love all of the parts of themselves, including those parts mired in shame, hurt, or pain.
Coralie works with clients with and without insurance coverage. She also accepts private pay, and is able to dedicate a portion of her practice to lower-income and lower-means clients.