Cory M. Krick, LPC, practicing at the Celina location
There are times in life when we feel alone with nowhere to turn to make sense of all that life may be throwing our way. Helping people find their way in life drives my desire to be a counselor. My goals for my counseling clients are to leave my office with a better sense of self and the knowledge that I am a partner on their journey through difficult life events.
I help clients including adults, families, adolescents, and children to better understand themselves and feel empowered to succeed in life. Allowing all clients, the space to grow is vital.
My approach as a counselor is completely based on the needs of my clients. I do favor a few different therapy approaches. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Solutions Focused Therapy empower my clients. These methodologies are meant to create a rich, full and meaningful life while coping with the tragedy and trauma that life can bring. I provide services for those who suffer from depression, anxiety, addiction, ADHD, relationship issues, and more. I work from a spiritual point of view. My faith leads me each and every day. Faith based counseling is available by request. While my Christian beliefs influence the way I understand humanity, I see clients from all backgrounds and respect the views of each individual client.
Before my interest in counseling I worked in the construction field for many years. In life we know there may be changes needed which was the case for me. I started my journey in 2010 to become a counselor by attending Ashford University and graduated with my Bachelor’s in Applied Behavioral Sciences. I then attended Walden University for my Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, where I graduated in November 2020. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the State of Ohio. Currently, I am supervised by Amber Smith LPCC-S.
“If you must look back, do so Forgivingly. If you must look forward, do so Prayerfully. However, the wisest thing you can do is be Present in the Present… Gratefully.” -Mary Angelou