Corey Martin Fitzgerald, M.Ed., LMHC, CAGS
Corey Martin Fitzgerald, M.Ed., LMHC, CAGS was born and raised in Shreveport, Louisiana. He is currently pursuing an Ed.D. in Higher Educational Leadership at Johnson and Wales University, Providence, and holds a Masters of Education in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Louisiana State University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Louisiana Tech University. He joined Brown University’s Counseling & Psychological Services in fall 2019 and serves as a Psychotherapist and the Coordinator for Outreach & Programming. Corey is entering his seventh year of working in collegiate mental health and his clinical interests include: BIPOC, LGBT+ issues, mindfulness, CBT/DBT approaches, and outreach initiatives. His previous professional appointments include Mississippi State University and Louisiana State University. Corey has experience in various facets of higher education and collegiate mental health including: career counseling, campus outreach, prevention programming, academic counseling, admission/orientation services, crisis management, group counseling, and brief treatment interventions. As a Black, queer, neuro-diverse, first-gen graduate, Corey uses his intersecting identities to inform his practice; as a result institutions in Rhode Island, Louisiana, Mississippi and others have sought Corey‘s expertise as a mental health consultant, keynote speaker, workshop facilitator, and conference presenter. Corey enjoys a wide array of hobbies: pottery, pickleball, choral singing, baking, collecting vinyl, reading, hiking, acting, and attending plays/musicals. Corey lives in Providence Rhode Island, and is the proud father to a four year old tuxedo cat (George) and the Guncle-Godfather to the most beautiful one-year old.