Dr. Elizabeth Corby is a clinical psychologist and certified Cognitive Behavioral Therapist who became both a CP and PAT in 2015. Elizabeth founded the Michigan Psychodrama Center in partnership with Patrick Barone, JD, CP, PAT, and together they provide a wide variety of workshops and training opportunities, including weekend intensives and a regularly meeting psychodrama training group. Elizabeth also 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; utilizing a variety of scientifically supportive neurobehavioral, relational and action methods. In both the individual and group settings, Elizabeth helps her clients integrate mind, body, and spirit thereby providing healing from a variety of challenges including anxiety, depressive disorders, and alcohol and substance use and dependence disorders. For more information and to register for personal growth or psychodrama training opportunities, please visit www.drcorby.com.
Patrick Barone is a Michigan trial lawyer who first experienced psychodrama in 2007 at the Gerry Spence Trial Lawyer’s College. In 2010 he began the journey toward certification, and in 2018 he became a both a CP and PAT. He founded the Michigan Psychodrama Center in partnership with Elizabeth Corby, Ph.D., CP, PAT, and together they provide a wide variety of workshops and training opportunities, including weekend intensives and a regularly meeting psychodrama training group. Patrick also uses action methods in the courtroom as well as in the realms of business consulting and courtroom skills training. He introduces law students to psychodrama in his capacity as an adjunct professor at the Western Michigan University/Thomas M. Cooley Law School. Patrick has a keen interest in Bibliodrama and the use of action methods toward spiritual growth. For more detailed biographical information, please visit www.baronedefensefirm.com