I have been working with families of persons who are emotionally impulsive and conflictive or avoidant. I have helped over a thousand family members learn to respond skillfully and improve communication and trust between them and their loved one. I have also helped many families to get their loved one engaged in effective therapy after months or years of resistance.
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Corrine has completed intensive, advanced, and skills training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) directly from Dr. Marsha M. Linehan who created DBT at the University of Washington. DBT is an evidence-based therapy developed to treat emotional dysregulation and impulsive or self-destructive behaviors, including borderline personality disorder (bpd).
Corrine is a founding member of the DBT team at Fundación Foro in Buenos Aires where she studied psychology and worked for 15 years as a family coach, skills trainer, and mindfulness teacher. She developed and currently teaches the family workshop, Beyond the Crises© in Spanish with her colleague, Carola Pechon.
Corrine is a certified teacher of Cultivating Emotional Balance (CEB) developed by B. Alan Wallace and Paul Ekman and studied in Thailand under Alan Wallace and Eve Ekman. She has also studied and practiced mindfulness and meditation for 15 years and she was invited to begin teaching ten years ago. Corrine developed Power Mindfulness© for the general public and Mindfulness in Psychotherapy, a continuing education program for mental health professionals.
She published a book in 2019, Genuine Validation: Compassionate communication that transforms difficult relationships at home and at work which is available in English and in Spanish.
Dr. Stoewsand received her Ph.D. from Columbia University in urban planning. She worked in urban development for 25 years in New York City. Corrine had the opportunity to volunteer in educational activities at TARA4BPD with founder and ground-breaking teacher/activist, Valerie Porr.