Cory Hersh, M.Ed.
Cory Hersh is a psychology trainee working towards his doctorate degree in counseling psychology. He is supervised by Dr. John Glovan. Cory has spent the last several years working with clients of all ages in a variety of settings including college counseling centers and community mental health agencies. He has experience working with a variety of concerns including anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, and family and relationship issues. Additionally, Cory has experience in working with athletes in relation to both their mental health and sport performance. Cory offers individual and group therapy services at BWG.
Cory’s approach to therapy is grounded in the belief that every person deserves support, empathy, proper treatment, and respect. He is flexible and will adapt the therapy process to meet the various needs of his clients. He also believes that individuals are impacted by past experiences, especially those with family and social groups. Cory believes that growth and healing occurs through a collaborative exploration of past and present experiences with clients in a non-judgmental and supportive environment. He uses a variety of therapeutic interventions including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).
Cory received his undergraduate degree from Bucknell University, where he double majored in psychology and education. He received his master’s degree in counseling psychology from Temple University. Cory is currently in his fourth year of his doctoral program in counseling psychology at Cleveland State University.