Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Mrs. Corinne Thompson was raised in Chesterfield, graduating from Midlothian High School. She received her Bachelor of Social Work in 2008 from James Madison University and interned at Children’s Services of Virginia, a therapeutic foster care agency. She then received her Master of Social Work in 2009 at Virginia Commonwealth University completing her internship with Bridging the Gap, a violence prevention program with the Division of Trauma, Critical Care, and Emergency Surgery at VCU Health Systems. She earned her License to practice Clinical Social Work in 2015. Mrs. Thompson is the VP of Clinical Operations, overseeing Community Based Programs, supervising the Crisis Stabilization Program, and providing Individual and Family Therapy. Corinne’s most fulfilling therapeutic experiences come from working with young women experiencing Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, self-injurious behaviors, and eating disorders empowering and encouraging them to succeed in the face of their environment and/or mental illness.
Want to learn more about Corinne's therapeutic specialties and style? Check out her profile on Psychology Today.
Outside of River City, Corinne enjoys country living, reading, eating, kayaking, and spending time with loved ones. Her favorite color is purple and in true James Madison spirit, bleeds purple and JMU Pride. The food trucks downtown are one of her favorite places to eat in the city as they offer variety and a chance to get outside.
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