Corinna Press, PsyD
It takes courage and strength to come to therapy. I aim to create as safe and respectful an environment as possible. My style is warm, compassionate, and interactive. In my practice, I work individually with children, adolescents, and adults, as well as with infants and their parents. I have extensive experience working with individuals and families from across all socioeconomic, ethnic, cultural, racial, sexual orientation, gender, and religious backgrounds. I offer care to people who are trying to understand both their personal experiences as well as their responses to life's everyday complexities and stresses.
My approach to therapy is strength-based, meaning that I work with my patients to recognize their strengths and to identify obstacles that might be preventing them from utilizing these strengths. I provide psychotherapy to people with a wide range of presenting concerns such as depression, anxiety, living with acute and/or chronic illness, adjusting to a new environment, phase of life changes, identity development, LGBTQ issues, recovery from trauma, learning differences, and/or spiritual crises.
A unique part of my practice involves infant-parent psychotherapy. This is a collaborative therapeutic approach to help parents strengthen their relationship with their infant while cultivating new parenting skills. I also have a background in art and at times integrate the creative arts and/or play into the therapy with children and teens. I collaborate regularly with physicians, nurses, developmental specialists, occupational therapists, and other healthcare providers to support my patients in discovering and returning to their baseline level of functioning. Whatever it may be that brings you in at this time, I look forward to working with you.
Doctorate of Psychology (Clinical Psychology) from The Wright Institute, Berkeley, California.
Bachelor of Arts (African-American Studies, Education and Fine Art) Hampshire College, Amherst, Massachusetts