Author: Elizabeth Corby

Dr. Elizabeth Corby is a certified Cognitive Behavioral Therapist (CBT) and psychodramatist who maintains a private practice in Birmingham and Royal Oak Michigan where she helps her clients through the transformative processes of psychotherapy, CBT and psychodrama. She works holistically with her clients, and utilizes a variety of scientifically supportive neurobehavioral, relational and action methods through individual and group settings to integrate mind, body and spirit. In her practice Dr. Corby helps her clients with a variety of emotional difficulties including anxiety and depressive disorders, and with alcohol and other types of substance abuse and dependence problems.

Bi-Weekly Psychodrama Group

Bi-Weekly Wednesday Psychodrama Group with Elizabeth A. Corby, Ph.D., CP, PAT. This 2 hour weekly psychodrama group is an on-going personal growth and training group for men and women. These groups will use psychodramatic techniques, sociometry, and many other empirically-supported methods to enhance personal development. In this group we address a wide variety of issues, such as depression, anxiety, distorted…

Using Psychodrama to Resolve Conflict in the Business Place

Introduction: In the business world, we have work groups and work teams. A work team has members who work interdependently on a specific, common goal to produce an end result for their business. A work group is two or more individuals who are interdependent in their accomplishments and may or may not work in the same department. (Wengrzyn, 2016). Conflict…

Building Emotional Intelligence with Psychodrama

Psychodrama, sociometry and group psychotherapy utilize various tools which are unequaled in their ability to teach emotional intelligence (EI) to individuals, groups and organization through the ability to help others “experience” the components of EI in themselves and in others, through the role reversal process. Role reversal exercises can be done in one-on-one settings using an empty chair and/or other…

Psychodrama and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Dr. Corby’s work in the field of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) has greatly influenced her work as a psychodramatist. Cognitive therapy and psychodrama can be done in the individual session setting or in group therapy. Cognitive therapy is based on the cognitive model, which sets forth that thoughts generate behaviors and physiological responses, and that all are interconnected. Furthermore, the cognitive…