Sean Corbin, LPC, MA, MPA, CADC, CCJP
Practicing in Grandville
It is an honor and privilege to walk along side you during this therapeutic journey. Your effort at personal growth takes courage and is amazing. Life is challenging but there are solutions and pathways to healing. I am here for support and will compassionately yet firmly nudge you when needed. Together we will establish a strong therapeutic alliance and an atmosphere of safety and healing. If you trust the process, self-observe, and be curious, you will build effective coping skills to feel and do better.
“Our wounds are often the openings into the best and most beautiful part of us.” – David Richo
“Courage doesn’t happen when you have all the answers. It happens when you are ready to face the questions…” – Shannon Alder
“Moments of crisis, if we find the courage and skill to effectively face it, are life’s opportunities for growth.” – Sean Corbin
I am a LPC and earned a Master of Arts degree in Integrated Recovery for Co-Occurring Disorders from Hazelden Betty Ford Graduate School. I also earned a Master of Public Administration degree from Western Michigan University. Additional certifications include CADC and CCJP, and I’m certified to facilitate Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT), domestic violence-specific MRT, and DBT-informed therapy. Additionally, I’m trained in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) as well as Internal Family Systems (IFS) therapy. Criminogenic risk, needs, and responsivity (RNR) assessments and programming are also an area of expertise.
With over 27 years of experience in various roles within the human services field, I’ve dedicated my professional life to helping others and improving the quality of the systems that serve the community.
Areas of Therapeutic Focus
- Substance Use Disorders (SUD)
- Pandemic Stress
- Therapy for criminal justice professionals
- Criminogenic risk, needs, and responsivity (RNR) factors
- Relationship concerns
- Stress management and coping
- Self-esteem, self-efficacy, and self-worth
- Anger and aggression
- Domestic violence
- Problem sexual behaviors
- Overcoming self-imposed limitations and self-destructive behaviors
- Emotional regulation
- Life adjustments
- Personal growth
- CBT/MRT Group for court-involved persons
- Seeking Safety
- Mindfulness-based therapy for pain management
- Assessments: driver’s license restoration.
I have substantial experience facilitating substance use, driver’s license restoration, domestic violence, criminogenic risk, needs, and responsivity, and other assessments.
What else should you know?
I’ve created multiple criminogenic risk, needs, and responsivity assessments, which have been adopted and currently utilized by multiple courts. Additionally, I have considerable experience consulting with courts and other organizations on challenging cases, evidence-based practices, and program development, and for years have participated in many specialty court treatment teams. Finally, I previously owned a community-based treatment/therapy agency and have also worked in several other management and leadership roles for various organizations.
Contact Sean Corbin
Call GR Therapy Group at (616) 591-9000, or send a message.