Dr. Corinna Correia is a licensed clinical psychologist who contracts with the Chicago Center for Growth and Change to provide therapy services. She has experience treating children, adolescents, families, and adults from diverse backgrounds. She treats anxiety, depression, trauma, family discord, relationship challenges, adjustment issues and school and behavioral concerns. She has particular training and expertise in work with trauma survivors and with adolescents and their families. She also has an interest in cultural identity exploration.
While at Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center, Dr. Correia co-facilitated a process group for adults recovering from addiction, a psychotherapy group for individuals diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder, and social skills groups for children. She also worked with new and expectant mothers and supervised psychology doctoral students.
Dr. Correia has worked in various clinical settings including: ABA clinics, outpatient clinics, an oncology unit, a child and adolescent residency program, and a therapeutic day school. Dr. Correia has also worked on several research teams investigating child depression and childhood and adolescent obesity and emotional eating. Recently, she was a guest on Dr. Zachary Friedman’s podcast, The 50 Minute Hour, where they discussed adolescence and suicide.
Graduate: California School of Professional Psychology – San Diego, Ph.D. Clinical Psychology
Undergraduate: University of California San Diego
Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center
Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center; Advocate Children’s Hospital