Corina Tomlinson, Therapist and Group Facilitator
Corina Tomlinson earned a Master of Science in Clinical and Counseling Psychology from Chestnut Hill College and is a member of the American Counseling Association. She also obtained a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Related Arts-Music, which consisted of an interdisciplinary study of performing and visual arts. As an adjunct to her work as a counselor, Corina is currently completing a post-graduate certificate in Art Therapy and will offer programming at Cancer Support Community Greater Philadelphia. She receives ongoing education in Thanatology, grief, and loss and has completed specialized coursework in positive psychology, the treatment of trauma, and mindfulness.
Counseling can provide individuals with a chance to be heard and to process difficult feelings in a safe and supportive environment. Corina works with clients of all ages and offers an empathetic person-centered counseling approach. Informed by the field of health psychology, she can support clients in finding ways to maintain general health and well-being amidst the challenging emotions and life changes that often accompany loss. Resilience can be increased through the identification of one’s unique strengths, supports, and healthy coping skills.
The creative process of reinventing oneself or needing to rebuild one’s life can be common for individuals following a significant loss or life-changing event. With a background working in college counseling and career development, Corina can be helpful to clients who are in the process of starting over. Topics concerning identity, meaning, life purpose, career, education, and other aspects that ground one in life can be explored during counseling sessions. In addition to counseling, Corina is also available to facilitate peer support groups at the Center and is part of our Camp Millie team.
Contact Corina at 610-222-4110 ext. 125 or by email at email@example.com