Anne Corey, MS
I have a Master of Science in Addiction Studies and am currently working toward a M.S. in Mental Health Counseling degree, both from Western Connecticut State University.
My education and my own experience help me guide clients working toward sobriety, as well as dealing with anxiety and depression, loss and grief, trauma, aging-related issues, and many other challenges.
My goal is help clients to examine their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, and to help them make changes, create healthy habits, modify behaviors, and ultimately improve their lives.
In my counseling role, I strive to provide clients with unconditional support, compassion, and guidance to work toward becoming the best version of themselves they can be. I believe it is essential to explore and discover motivation in order to make meaningful changes. It is also crucial to engage the body, mind, and spirit in order to make those changes last.
I am a conscious listener and I believe that when someone feels that they are heard and understood they can begin to heal and change. I offer individual sessions, group work and weekend seminars.
Addiction, Anxiety, Depression, Co-occurring disorders
Anxiety, Codependency, Coping Skills, Depression, Grief, LGBTQ+, Life Transitions, Self Esteem, Stress, Trauma
American Counseling Association
American Psychological Association, Division 50
NAADAC, the Association for Addiction Professionals
Connecticut Association for Addiction Professionals