Darlene Corbett

Speaker, Author, Licensed Therapist/Coach

https://www.DarleneCorbett.com
Darlene Corbett is a Professional Speaker, Author and Licensed Therapist/Coach. Her expertise is helping people get “Unstuck.” Darlene is a high-content speaker with an engaging style. Audiences leave with much enthusiasm and the tools to begin the process of getting unstuck. Darlene has been in the people business for over thirty years as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Hypnotherapist. For most of that time, she has been a partner in the group mental health practice Needham Psychotherapy Associates. She has been quoted in MSN.com, Knox News, Bustle, and Best Life and has written many blogs which can be found on DarleneCorbett.com, LinkedIn, Sixty and Me, Thrive Works, the Contributor's Blog of the Huffington Post, Thrive Global and Goodreads. Her book, Stop Depriving The World of You: A Guide for Getting Unstuck, was published by Sound Wisdom in November of this year. It can be found on Amazon and in Barnes and Noble, Books a Million and Target. She is a member of many Associations, and is on the Board of Directors for the National Speakers Association of New England and Abby's House in Worcester, MA. Darlene lives with her husband and two dogs in Central MA. During her spare time, she enjoys spending time with family and close friends as well as reading, traveling and staying fit. She invites you to visit her website at https://www.DarleneCorbett.com where you can sign up for her Short & Sweet newsletter.    
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