Kori Agius, LMSW, CAADC received her graduate degree from Wayne State University where she was a member of Phi Alpha Honor Society. Her clinical and behavioral journey started at Oakland University and involvement in study of human behavior. Her focus in graduate school was in cognitive behavioral therapies.
Kori has been an outpatient therapist for almost a decade and her experiences include general mental health as well as addictions and substance abuse work. She has been providing care across diverse treatment settings and populations. Her work experiences include working at Crossroads of Michigan, Catholic Social Services, My Care Health and Sacred Heart Rehabilitation Center with focus on recovery and working with women in recovery. Kori enjoys using cognitive behavioral therapies including mindfulness based approaches such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy as well as 12 step support. She is skilled in helping individuals with substance use disorders, anxiety, depression and mood disorders, life balance, healthy boundaries, exploring life priorities, relationship building, parenting struggles, sleep difficulties, and spiritual growth.