Lisa Corbin, MA, MS, LPC, NCC has worked on college campuses for more than 20 years. She has held positions in both student life and academic affairs. Prof. Corbin currently serves as an assistant professor in the School of Professional and Applied Psychology where she teaches and advises mental health counseling students.
In addition to her work at PCOM, Prof. Corbin serves as the trauma counselor at a Philadelphia inpatient recovery facility for males. She runs groups for male survivors of childhood sexual abuse, groups on mindful meditation as well as a grief and loss support group.
Prof. Corbin is completing her PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision and has just completed her internship at a local rape crisis center where she provided trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy to individuals and families.
Prof. Corbin is active in the Pennsylvania Counseling Association (PCA) where she served as conference chair and is also active with the Greater Philadelphia Area Counseling Association (GPACA) where she is currently serving as secretary. She is writing her dissertation on variables that predict career choice within the field of counseling. Her hope is to use this data to increase diversity among the counseling profession.
Prof. Corbin's research interests include identifying best practices for teaching counselors, increasing diversity among counselor educators, as well as advocating for the counseling profession.