Korey is passionate about individual and relationship counselling and believes it is an honour and privilege to be allowed to hear somebody’s life story. Her experience has involved working with: Families, couples and individuals dealing with challenging life events such as: 1) People with terminal illnesses and their bereaved families, partners and friends 2) Men, women, young people and children who have been sexually assaulted and/or abused. Korey has an employment history of providing counselling for non-government, government and private agencies. Areas she has training include: Emotionally Focused Therapy – Couples & individuals, Relationship Counselling, Schema Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Grief & Bereavement Therapy, Hypnosis, Recovery from Abuse, Body Image issues, Workplace stress management, Post-traumatic Stress disorder, Adjustment disorder, Anxiety & Depression.
Korey commenced working with couples in 1993 while on a placement with Relationships Australia. Since this time Korey has continued to undertake specialist training in working with couples. In particular Korey has been interested in understanding how best to assist couples when there has been a significant traumatic or hurtful event.
Areas she has recently received further training include: Clinical Hypnosis and Emotionally Focused Therapy for couples. Korey is currently working towards becoming a certificated emotionally focused couple therapist . At present Korey is under taking training with the International Centre for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy to achieve this.
Korey has studied in several areas of the social sciences. She holds the following degrees: Honours B. Soc. Sc. (Pysch.); Graduate Degree in Psychology; Bachelor of SocialWork; Bachelor of Education; Graduate Diploma in Counselling and a Master of Counselling. Korey is a Registered Psychologist & Clinical Social Worker.