Corinne Laird is a licensed clinical social worker who operates a full-time private practice on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, working with individuals and couples with a particular focus on mood disorders, substance abuse and trauma.
After completing a Masters in Social Work in 2008, Corinne worked at a clinic in downtown Brooklyn, providing substance abuse counseling to young men on Federal Probation with a focus on reducing recidivism. She later transferred to Montefiore Hospital in the Bronx, where she provided group and individual therapy with a MICA population. During this time, Corinne developed and implemented Art Therapy and Mindfulness meditation groups and engaged in research and training studies in Motivational Interviewing and CURB (Cocaine Use Reduction with Buprenorphine) with the goal of integrating agonist and talk therapies. While employed at Montefiore, Corinne also completed SIFI training and supervised Social Work Interns from Yeshiva University.
In 2016, Corinne completed a two-year certificate program in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy at the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy. She holds a BA in English and Creative Writing from James Madison University and a Master of Science in Social Work from Columbia University.