Corinne Hajnik


Corinne Hajnik

My previous experience working in community mental health informs my values of providing care centered on cultural sensitivity and humility. I believe my clients are the experts in their own lives. I recognize how intersectionality plays a key role in how a person experiences the world and how struggles and challenges they encounter speak on larger issues of inequity and oppression.

My approach to therapy anchors on creating a safe and secure atmosphere where clients are encouraged to be their true authentic self. In this collaborative, non-judgemental space I invite clients to explore and process past traumas, life transitions, release feelings of anxiety, anger, grief, and isolation. I support clients in tapping into their inherent needs of connection and self-acceptance. I strive to inspire a sense of momentum and motivation for clients seeking change within relationships, and work/life balance. I engage my clients in discussions that focus on empowerment, self-advocacy, and skill-building with a shot of humor and creativity on the side. I believe that releasing dysfunctional behavioral patterns and moving towards healthy choices will initiate personal insight and enable well-being to flourish.

In my experience the therapeutic perspective that works best with diverse populations merges trauma-informed care with the Strengths-based model. I often utilize art therapy and play therapy within sessions in order to gain deeper insight into vulnerable material. My communication style is direct, honest, curious, and intuitive. I am part of the neurodivergent community and am a creative thinker. It is important to me to foster a trusting environment of personal warmth, sensitivity, and playful engagement in creativity. It is my honor to witness clients making positive changes in order to bring them closer to themselves, loved ones, and community.

In my free time I enjoy spending time with friends, attending concerts and sporting events, visiting museums, hiking, the occasional game of bocce ball, and my cat Sedona plays a mean game of fetch.

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Corinne Hajnik

Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
LMFT #112041

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