Shelah Corey, LICSW is a Clinical Social Worker, Child Development Specialist, and Infant Mental Health Specialist with experience working with individuals and families in a variety of settings. She uses a variety of therapeutic techniques to address numerous issues that affect children and adolescents of all ages, such as depression, anxiety, anger management, ADHD, and emotion regulation.
Shelah specializes in work with very young children and is particularly interested in issues related to development, attachment, trauma, Postpartum Depression, and other issues that may affect relationships between young children and caregivers. Shelah has worked in Early Intervention, residential and outpatient therapeutic programs, and has provided clinical services to families within the foster care system.
Shelah holds a Master’s Degree in Child Development from Erikson Institute, a Master’s Degree in Clinical Social Work from Smith College, and a post-graduate certificate in Infant Mental Health from the Infant-Parent Training Institute of Jewish Family & Children’s Service.