Kori Agius, LMSW received her graduate degree in social work, concentration in cognitive behavioral theory from Wayne State University where she was a member of Phi Alpha Honor Society. Her clinical and behavioral work journey started at Oakland University and involvement in sociology and study of human behavior. She has been an outpatient therapist for almost a decade. Her experiences include working with general mental health as well as substance use disorders, providing care across diverse treatment settings and populations. Kori’s work experiences include working at Crossroads of Michigan, Catholic Social Services, My Care Health Center and Sacred Heart Rehabilitation Center with particular focus on working with women and families in recovery. She has provided emergency services, medical social work, outpatient mental health and outpatient substance use disorder services.
Kori’s straight forward, realistic approach helps her clients overcome difficult life events and make small but impactful changes on their journey to healing. Using attachment theory, trauma informed care and her intuitive approach grounded in cognitive behavioral therapies (including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy), Kori assists clients in finding improvement and tangible results. She incorporates spirituality as well as mindfulness in her work with clients where appropriate.
Kori enjoys helping individuals with substance use disorders, anxiety, depression and other mood disorders, life balance, healthy boundaries, exploring value based behavior, relationship building, parenting struggles, sleep difficulties and spiritual obstacles among others.