Influenced by concepts of holism and emergence, Korin partners with clients to collaboratively develop client-centered and integrative treatment plans. These plans may incorporate medication management, supportive therapy, mind-body modalities, and/or lifestyle interventions. She provides a nonjudgmental and safe space to strengthen the therapeutic alliance, and her approach is trauma-informed and culturally sensitive.
Korin is board-certified in psychiatric mental health (PMHNP-BC), general health/medical care across the lifespan (FNP-BC), and addictions (CARN-AP). She trained and practiced in multiple environments including community health, prison, medical and psychiatric hospitals, home health, and a mobile clinic. Prior to her nursing career, she served active duty in the military and earned a bachelor’s and master’s degree in International Relations. She has experience treating clients with depression, anxiety, other mood disorders, obsessive compulsive disorder, ADHD, post-traumatic stress disorder, and substance use issues.