Dr Storm Cory
Dr Storm Cory is a clinical and forensic psychologist. Storm has completed a Doctor of Psychology (Clinical) and a Masters of Forensic Psychology. Storm is an accredited supervisor with the Psychology Board of Australia.
Storm has experience within both the public and private sectors in a range of settings including hospitals and acute mental health, community mental health, corrective services, and adolescent forensic mental health. As a clinical psychologist, Storm works with clients presenting with a range of concerns, including depression, anxiety, trauma, grief and loss, interpersonal difficulties and emotional regulation, substance abuse, and gambling. Storm also has a specialist interest in working with veterans and their families and is able to provide counselling via her role as a contractor with Open Arms Veterans and Families Counselling.
In the forensic field, Storm has experience in the assessment, treatment and management of general, violent and sexual offenders. She can provide pre-sentence, parole, and risk management reports as well as child protection, youth justice or family court reports. Storm can also provide treatment for clients who are in contact with the legal system.
Storm works with both adolescent and adult clients and utilises treatment approaches including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Schema Therapy.