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PO Box 462412

Aurora, CO 80046-2412


Years in Practice: 10y
School: Loyola University Chicago
Year Graduated: 2010

Currently pursuing a PhD in Social Work at Smith College (expected graduation 2021)

Also, Master of Women's Studies (2010, Loyola Chicago)

State of Colorado Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), #9923477
State of Colorado Licensed Addiction Counselor (LAC), #437
Auricular Detoxification Specialist, #12114

Trauma-Informed Care, 2011
Advanced Motivational Interviewing (MI), 2012
Clinical Supervision, 2013
Reiki Master, 2015
Acupuncture Detoxification Specialist, 2015
Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), planned 2015

License #: 9923477

License State: CO

License Expiration: 08/31/2019

Other Supporting Zip Codes: 80015, 80016



My website


Services for Individuals
Advising (a helpful place to start): $25
Mentoring: $100/month**
Individual supervision (unlicensed): $50
Individual supervision (licensed): $75
Consultation: $75
Education: $50 per learning course
Facebook Group: free
Newsletter: free

Services for Groups and Teams
Group supervision: $35 per person
Education: $50 per learning course
Team healing: $100 preparation, $100 per hour of facilitation
Lecture: $100 preparation, $100 per hour of lecture
Workshop: $1000 per eight hours facilitation
Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Study Group: free
Facebook Group: free
Newsletter: free

*all services are 50-minutes unless otherwise noted
** mentoring includes weekly emails and monthly in-person meetings

Perri Corvino

I truly invest my time and energy into guiding the development of the self of the therapist. The healers I serve are able to build a space with me that allows us a level of comfort to discuss the uncomfortable aspects of the professional self, including:
- personal experiences of trauma and how this influences their engagement with the clients they serve
- their experiences of vicarious trauma (VT) and how to identify and mitigate the effects of VT
- approaching ethical dilemmas in practice and in the workplace
- exploring implicit bias, prejudices, and cultural responsiveness
- looking behind the curtain and sorting through the pragmatic steps leading you in the therapy room
- creating a sense of normalcy regarding experiences in the therapy room and VT

I love seeing the people I serve leave our meetings with an enhanced sense of purpose or direction, standing more firmly in their power, and ready to move through their career. They develop a sense of agency that encourages them to advocate for themselves (salary, values, integrity, policy) and for their clients. They leave knowing that they've uncovered yet another piece of the themselves that they can use to motivate, adjust, or explore. It's these results that I find most fulfilling: their ability to embrace and integrate who they are and what they stand for. Being witness to this process causes me to pause and see the beauty of the process.

Focus areas: clinical capacity, professional development, transference/countertransference, identity, diagnosis, case conceptualization, anti-oppressive practice

Treatment Approach







Reiki Therapy

Relational Therapy

Solution Focused Brief Therapy


Treatment Modality



Sex Gender

Bisexual Issues

Gay Issues

Lesbian Issues

Transsexual Issues

Mental Health

Impulse Control Disorders

Mood Disorders

Personality Disorders



Alcohol Abuse

Anger Management

Anxiety or Fears

Behavioral issues

Borderline Personality

Chronic Impulsivity

Chronic Pain or illness

Chronic Relapse


Coping skills



Domestic Abuse

Domestic Violence

Drug Abuse

Dual Diagnosis

Emotional Disturbance


Family Conflict

Internet Addiction

LCSW Supervision

Loss or Grief

LPC Supervision



Peer Relationships

Relationship issues

Self Esteem

Self Harming

Sexual Abuse


Substance Abuse

Suicidal Ideation

Trauma and PTSD

Video Game Addiction