Corinna M. Costello

Corinna M. Costello, Ph.D., LCMHCS, ATR-BC is the director of student support and a core faculty member of clinical mental health at The Family Institute of Northwestern University. Dr. Costello also practices art therapy. She contributed chapters for The Neuroeducation Toolbox and Encyclopedia of Couple and Family Therapy. She has also written and presented extensively on PTSD, anxiety, resiliency, mindfulness, and art therapy.

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Creative Mindfulness Techniques for Clinical Trauma Work: Insights and Applications for Mental Health Practitioners

Creative Mindfulness Techniques for Clinical Trauma Work: Insights and Applications for Mental Health Practitioners

by Corinna M. Costello

  • Paperback £24.99

Using evidence-based creative mindfulness techniques (CMT), this book acts as a useful guide for clinical mental health practitioners seeking to build resilience levels in clients recovering from... (more)

Healing from Clinical Trauma Using Creative Mindfulness Techniques: A Workbook of Tools and Applications

Healing from Clinical Trauma Using Creative Mindfulness Techniques: A Workbook of Tools and Applications

by Corinna M. Costello, Beth Ann Short

  • Paperback £22.49 (RRP : £24.99 save £2.50)

This workbook offers diverse strengths-based tools to incorporate the Creative Mindfulness Technique (CMT) into clinical practice. It provides an essential understanding of the ethical scope of... (more)

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