My goal is to provide a safe space for clients to be their authentic and true selves,
no masks. I practice with a holistic and person-centered approach. I aim to make the therapeutic space one where each individual feels welcome and accepted in order to process trauma and gain further insight into their power to promote healing. I believe everyone is unique and I utilize an eclectic approach fueled by empathy, trust, collaboration, and acceptance. I incorporate a number of therapeutic techniques including somatic therapy, inner child work, mindfulness, music, mind body connection, as well as CBT and DBT techniques.
My experience is centered around multicultural issues including racial trauma and generational trauma. I am passionate about working with young adults who are learning to navigate their diversity as well as anyone who is experiencing issues around identity including self-esteem, confidence, and self-compassion. I also work with individuals who are experiencing depression, anxiety, and life transitions.
In this fast-paced world it is easy to get lost in the societal demands that lead to a loss of personal identity. It is because of this that I feel nobody can tell you how to identify or what parts of you to claim, only you know your story and only you have the power to tell it. I am here to help you tell your own unique story because how you choose to express your identity is up to you. I aim to help you discover your truth and learn the skills to help you thrive. Corey Carlyon is supervised by Carissa Cano, LPC-S.