Corrie is the Clinical Director, co-founder and the principal Clinical Psychologist of Sydney Phobia Clinic (SPC) and International Phobia Association (IPA). Corrie holds a Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) and Master of Psychology (Clinical) from Western Sydney University. She has experience across psychological presentations and has worked in the area of severe anxiety presentations and phobias for more than 5 years. At Sydney Phobia Clinic, Corrie sees clients with Specific Phobia presentations- particularly Fear of Flying and medical phobias such as Blood/Needle phobias and Emetophobia (fear of vomit)- and is heavily involved in the development of Virtual Reality solutions for health and performance fields.
Over the last year, Corrie has been engaged with various media in association with her phobia and VR work. Her media appearances include national TV appearances, radio, and print media, where she has discussed phobias, phobia treatment, and the application of Virtual Reality in Exposure Therapy for phobias.
Humanising The Future Of Work
This panel event seeks to bring together respected business leaders in the corporate and entrepreneurial worlds to have meaningful conversations on humanising The Future of Work.