Corey S. Springer, MMFT

Corey aspires to help adult individuals, couples, and college students discover their innate ability to take back authorship over their life stories as they step into new (often difficult) chapters of life. He hopes to facilitate personal growth and healing for his clients in a safe place where they can feel seen, heard, and accepted without judgment. Corey believes that people can live in the richness of their fullest potential when they actively work to understand the unique stories they’ve been given and begin to take leadership over their own lives.

His therapeutic interests include self-development, relationship and communication issues, grief and loss, perinatal mental health, and spirituality/faith issues. Corey has been diligently studying the Enneagram since 2014 and uses it as a self-development tool to help clients discover, explore, and release habitual patterns of their personality. His education and training includes both classic and modern Enneagram books, a variety of basic and advanced workshops, Enneagram communities, and Enneagram work in his personal life, career, marriage, and friendships.

During his time away from the office, he enjoys spending quality time with his family and friends, music, podcasts and audio books, and spending time outdoors. Corey and his wife are local foodies, and they love to travel. They are both passionate about relationship psychology, perinatal mental health, and the Enneagram.

Education & Credentials

Corey earned a Master of Marriage and Family Therapy/Counseling from Trevecca Nazarene University in Nashville, Tennessee. He is a member of the AAMFT and TNAMFT. Corey is pursuing LMFT licensure for the state of Tennessee and holds temporary license #1525 under the supervision of Emily Pardy, LMFT, PMH-C (license #1457). Corey is a certified PREPARE/ENRICH facilitator, has been trained in perinatal mental health counseling, and has acquired extensive knowledge in the Enneagram for self-development, business, and relationship enhancement through books, workshops, community groups, and personal experience.