Korina Brockhaus earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Chapman University in Orange, CA. She also obtained a Master of Science degree in Engineering Management from SDSM&T in Rapid City, SD; before deciding to pursue her Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy from Capella University in Minnesota. She is currently completing her internship, post MS MFT, toward licensure in Marriage and Family Therapy.
Her related work history includes working with children, teens, and adults on the Autism/Asperger’s Spectrum to build emotional regulation skills, distress tolerance, verbal communication skills, interpersonal social skills, and achieve independence in the school setting. She also completed a previous internship with a private outpatient setting that had a focus on patients ages 6 and up experiencing the effects of trauma, utilizing play therapy both structured and unstructured, and EFT. She enjoys using EFT, EFIT, EFFT, and other systems theory approaches for relational work with couples and families.
Korina believes that healing should be holistic and collaborative. She believes that the body, mind, and spirit are always interacting and affecting one another; and therefore, need to be woven into the growth and healing process. She also appreciates the strong role that faith can play in the process of growth, healing, and recovery. Korina enjoys working with her clients to determine the best path for their journey.
Korina is looking forward to working with children, teens, adults, couples, and families experiencing stressors or life transitions including: