Cori Yaeger, PhD, Psychologist, LPCC-SUPV
2895 Wilmington Road, Lebanon, Ohio 45036
(513) 932-1141   cell: (513) 706-9323  Email:

2013-present, Facilitator of biweekly support groups "Varieties of Gender" (VoG)

2014-present, Facilitator of weekend retreats for women, "Women Loving Women" and "Feeding the Feminine," 
  Hope Springs, Peebles, Ohio

2004-present, Presenter – Professional Workshops for Continuing Education – various topics, including Ethics
 and gender issues.​

2011-2012 PRN Therapist/Assessor, St. Joseph Orphanage, Altercrest Family Services, Cincinnati

2003-2008  Facilitator, weekly groups for HIV/Chemically dependent clients at Caracole Recovery Community, Cincinnati, Ohio

2000-2004Facilitator, domestic violence treatment groups – Georgetown, Ohio.

2000-presentContract work for BSD Inc. – psychological testing for school children

1998 – 2000Facilitator, support groups for cancer patients and caregivers, The Wellness Community of Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky

1998 - 2005Editor, Context, Journal of the American College of Counselors

1996Author: Off the Hook:  Stop Blaming Your Parents and Shaming
Yourself,  Insight Books, New York, ISBN# 0-306-45264-2, 6/96

1996 – 2000   Group Facilitator: YWCA AMEND program – groups for adult male and adolescent perpetrators of domestic violence (4-5 groups per week – jail, YWCA Cincinnati, and Georgetown, Ohio)

1988 - presentPsychotherapist in Private Practice; individual, partners, families, groups, personal growth, mid-life, Inner Child, Family of Origin Issues, divorce, AIDS, domestic violence, women’s issues

1993-1994Individual and group therapy for ACORIA -Eating Disorders Center

1994-1995 State Coordinator - Ohio AIDS Coalition Healing Retreat Weekends

1990-1993       Facilitator:  2 weekly AIDS support groups in Northern Kentucky

1989-2011    Staff member, Ohio AIDS Coalition (OAC) Healing Retreat Weekends. 

1989-1992  Adjunct Faculty, Humanities courses, Cincinnati Technical College (Cincinnati State)

1988-1996   Leader and Trainer, divorce groups, Aring Institute of Beech Acres

1988-1990   Program Developer, Single Parent Center of Beech Acres, Cincinnati

1982-1993  Volunteer, direct patient care, Hospice of cincinnati

1978-1983  Insurance - commercial lines rating and personal lines sales

1976-1978  Administrative Assistant, University Without Walls/Ohio


1997-2000Doctoral Studies, Walden University, Ph.D., Counseling Psychology 2000 
Dissertation: “An Exploratory Investigation into an Attachment Theory Explanation of the Etiology of Domestic Violence Committed by Adult Men in a Batterers’ Intervention Program”

1985-1990 Graduate Studies, Athenaeum of Ohio M.A. Counseling, 1988
M.A. Religion, 1987

1976-1977 Undergraduate Studies, University Without Walls/Ohio  
 B.A. Humanities, 1977

1963-1967 Fargo Central High School Diploma, 1967


Family Studies, AIDS related issues, Eating disorders, Professional Development in Emotional Health/Healing & Gestalt, Adult Development, Addictions Recovery, Group Therapy, Inner-Child Therapy, Domestic Violence Treatment, Anxiety and Depression, 
APA HIV Office of Professional Education Training, Transgender Issues – Legal, Social, Emotional, and Intellectual 


Licensed Psychologist – State of Ohio, December 2001, #5828
Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor – Supervisor status, State of Ohio, August, 
2006 #E3618 SUPV
Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor – State of Ohio, August, 2001, #E3618
Licensed Professional Counselor – State of Ohio, May 1990, #C4377


Board Member / Treasurer, Cincinnati Academy of Professional Psychology – December 
2010 to present
Member of TransOhio, WPATH-World Professional Association for Transgender Health
Member, Ohio Psychological Association
Former member, American Psychological Association #85159111
Former Member and Journal Editor, Context: American College of Counselors, #1184


Divorce Mediator – Trained March 1991
CPR, AED – trained 2011

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