Marilyn is a Licensed Professional Counselor-Intern in the state of Texas. She has a strong background working with children in a variety of settings and has specialized education in family and couples counseling. Marilyn has participated in a range of research projects related to counseling military and correctional institute populations. She approaches each individual understanding that all people come with wisdom and the courageous ability to make the changes they want for themselves. Marilyn utilizes interventions that help clients and families find meaning in difficult experiences and that cultivate each individual’s expression to themselves and to the world.
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
- B.A. in Philosophy with a minor in History, University of Texas at El Paso
- M.Ed. with honors in Guidance and Counseling, University of Texas at El Paso
- Certified in Mental Health First Aid
Carrola, P., & Corbin-Burdick, M. (2015). Counseling Military Veterans: Advocating for Culturally Competent and Holistic Interventions. Journal of Mental Health Counseling,37(1), 1-14.
Guo, Y. J., Wang, S. C., Corbin-Burdick, M. F., & Statz, S. R. (2014). Essential Points of a Support Network Approach for School Counselors Working with Children Diagnosed with Asperger’s. Michigan Journal of Counseling, 40(2), 28.