Korey received her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from East Carolina University and is currently pursuing her Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Liberty University. After working in the financial industry for over 20 years and helping others improve their lives financially, Korey felt called to help people in another way with their mental, emotional and spiritual health, and their relationships. She believes the relationship between counselor and client should be a collaborative effort, walking alongside each client in their healing and growth. Korey utilizes aspects of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and is influenced by a Christian worldview. While centered in a foundation of theology, Korey embraces an integrative approach to Christianity and psychology. She seeks to create an environment that is free from shame and judgment while extending grace. She also feels comfortable working with clients who prefer a secular approach to counseling. She enjoys working with adolescents and adults in all life stages. Her areas of focus are: anxiety, depression, major life changes, marital counseling, grief/loss, and identity.
In her spare time, Korey enjoys outdoor activities, working out, reading, discovering new recipes to try, and spending time with her children, husband and family.
Locations: Raleigh, telehealth
Insurances: No Insurances – sliding scale available