Corine Mollins (“Corrie”) holds a Master of Science in Counselling Psychology from the University of Calgary and has been a Registered Psychologist in Ontario since 2012. She has 10 years’ experience providing both direct clinical care to clients as well as holding supervisory and management roles in clinical settings. Prior to offering her services at our practice, Corrie held a Clinical Manager position for a national employee assistance program where she was involved in case oversight, program development, and providing consultation and direction to clinicians across Canada. Corrie is also an active member of the Canadian Psychological Association.
Corrie’s approach to therapy is collaborative and practical, focusing on building a solid therapeutic rapport with clients in order to gently guide effective and lasting change. In addition to specific training in cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT), Corrie has experience with other evidence-based treatments such as acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT). Corrie is our resident expert in the area of substance abuse and also has considerable experience working with trauma-related disorders.
Corrie welcomes clients with a broad range of issues including: depression, anxiety, self-esteem and self-worth, anger, addiction, workplace conflict, communication and boundary setting, developing and maintaining healthy relationships, separation and divorce, and grief and loss.