Cori Boehm- Peterson is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker who has worked in the mental health field with children, adolescents and families since 1996. Her experiences have been in Child Protection, Shelters for Youth, Therapeutic School Programs and Mobile Crisis Team. She has also provided the Clinical Supervision of Social Workers. Cori supports individuals and families in achieving better understandings of themselves and each other by learning skills to improve their daily quality of life. Cori does this by reinforcing/teaching skills as individuals and families work to improve communication skills, perspective taking skills, self- regulation of thoughts, behaviors, and emotions, coping skills with self-calming strategies, and teaching key steps in problem solving situations. Cori treats children ages 8 and above, young adults and adults. Cori is a full member of HPCA’s DBT Treatment Team and is the case manager for the Emerging Adult DBT Skills Training Group which she co-facilitates with Molly Drazan, MSW Intern. Cori provides Individual DBT Therapy for many young adult clients. She also has specialized training in EMDR and is finding that work particularly satisfying.