Corinne Brown, MMHC, LMHC, LPC, LCAS-A, NCC
Corinne was one of the developers of the women’s program at Red Oak Recovery from its inception in August 2014 and has worked as a therapist for the past ten years and as an educator for 17 years. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Mental Health Counselor (NY), Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist – Associate, Certified Trauma Therapist, and National Certified Counselor, with master’s degrees in mental health counseling and instructional technology and a bachelor’s degree in family studies. Originally from New York, Corinne’s passion for, and research of wilderness therapy brought her to Asheville in 2006 to work as a therapist in a young adult wilderness recovery treatment program. Corinne returned to New York briefly where she taught humanities and life skills classes and served as the Health and Wellness Coordinator at a private school while maintaining a private practice with young adults and adolescents. Corinne returned to the Blue Ridge Mountains in 2014 to continue her work in adventure therapy for Red Oak Recovery’s women’s program and then as The Willows’ Family Support Specialist, where she provided education and support for the families of our clients, including weekly family phone sessions, webinars, and co-facilitating monthly 3-day family workshops.
Corinne is grateful to be working with an impassioned team dedicated to supporting the lives of young people in their healing process and feels honored to bear witness to the stories of families in recovery.