Corie Schoeneberg, EdS is a Licensed Professional Counselor (Missouri & Virginia), Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor, and Nationally Certified Counselor. She has completed the doctoral program in the Counselor Education and Supervision at Regent University.
Dr. Schoeneberg specializes early childhood mental health with an emphasis in trauma and attachment problems. As a certified Professional School Counselor (K-8), Ms. Schoeneberg also worked as an elementary school counselor in Missouri public schools. She has provided counseling services for adults, children, and families in the private practice, non-profit, and youth home settings. She is an adjunct instructor in the CACREP accredited clinical and school counseling programs of the University of Central Missouri and Regent University. She is the author of several book chapters and journal articles on trauma and creative interventions, and she is frequent presenter, including international and key note presentations.
Dr. Schoeneberg holds a long history of leadership in the field of play therapy, and she is a Past President of the Missouri Association for Play Therapy and currently serves on the University Education national committee for the Association for Play Therapy. Dr. Schoeneberg provides consultation services and interdisciplinary trainings for Pediatricians and Head Start programs regarding childhood mental health, and she is a research team member of Regent University’s Center for Addictions and Offender Research, targeting adjudicated adolescents with sexual offending behaviors.
Dr. Schoeneberg is also a faculty member and clinical supervisor for the Ukraine Cross-Cultural Supervision Project with Regent University, and she is currently the lead faculty and program director for the post-graduate Children’s Mental Health Counseling Certificate program in Ukraine.