Who is Cory Honickman?
Cory B. Honickman MSW, ACSW
Where Love Happens
Cory B. Honickman is changing the way we make love. As America’s spirited “Mind-Blowing Monogamy Coach” at Where Love Happens (wherelovehappens.com) Cory is using game-changing, research-based, relationship strategies to customize and revolutionize 21st century marriages, one satisfied couple at a time.
Cory’s drive to activate Marriage 3.0, a personalized approach to marriage for the modern world, comes from a strong desire to help couples unlock the extreme pleasure with themselves and their relationships in order to reignite the sanctity of marriage and ultimately decrease the alarming rate of divorce.
After 10 years counseling families and couples, Cory witnessed first hand the impact unhealthy relationships have on our children and their behavior. As a result, Cory’s passion to end the cycle of unhappy marriages that often end in divorce led her to design a set of interactive multi-media, private intensives, and membership communities. These programs arm couples with the education and skills they need to enjoy long-term relationships and healthy levels of intimacy and physical connections.
Motivated couples in all walks of life including musicians, writers, producers, directors, actors, artists, attorneys and executives seek out Cory’s professional expertise. Her specialties include sexless relationships, couples with low desire or mismatched sex drives, and empowering couples as well as singles with the skills to personalize their relationships in a way that works best for their needs and lifestyles.
Because of her success and innovative approach to redefine and modernize the “state of unions” Cory’s insight has been sited in sources like the covers of Cosmopolitan, Redbook, and Marie Claire.
Honickman earned a Masters degree in Social Work from Monmouth University and is pursuing her Doctorate in Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.
She is also certified in several areas including Life Space Crisis Intervention as well as sexual disorders and has trained with leading psychologists and sex therapists including: Dr. Stella Resnick www.drstellaresnick.com, Dr. Harville Hendrix www.harvillehendrix.com (Imago Therapy), Dr. Patti Britton www.drpattibritton.com, Dr. Ava Cadell (www.Loveologyuniversity.com) and Dr. Gary Chapman www.garychapman.org (“The Five Love Languages). I order to keep on the cutting edge of marriage and relationship research, Cory is also a member of several professional organizations including: American Association of Sex Educators Counselors and Therapists (AASECT), Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality (SSSS), The International Positive Psychology Association (IPPA), The International Association for Relationship Research (IARR), National Association of Social Workers (NASW), National Honors Society of Social Workers.
Cory resides in Los Angeles, California with her Honey (which she refers to lovingly as her “guinea pig”) of 11 years, works every day to make her own relationship better and prides herself on practicing what she preaches.
If you’ve thought about asking for help for your relationship or marriage, but weren’t sure if it was right for you, reach out to Cory… she will never judge you and will help to empower you to love and be loved at your fullest potential…She’s like a best friend with a few degrees and she’s just a phone call away.
Cory B. Honickman
phone #: 323-375-6831
Download Cory’s Bio here
St. Annes, Los Angles, Ca (April 2007-2009)
Provide therapy to individuals and families in their home and in the community
Gay and Lesbian Adolescent Social Services (GLASS), Los Angeles, Ca (Sept. 2006-Dec.-2007)
Administered group and individual therapy to dually diagnosed gay, lesbian and transgender adolescent sex offenders, victims and their families in a day program setting.
Caring Family Community Services, Freehold, NJ (Sept. 2003-2004)
Administered in-home therapy to sex offenders, addicts and families dealing with addiction.
Brick Counseling and Referral, Brick, NJ (Sept. 2002 – May 2003)
Conducted face-to-face outpatient therapy sessions with an emphasis on marriage and family therapy.
Monmouth County Courthouse, Freehold, NJ (Sept. 2001-May 2002)
Performed fieldwork acting as a representative for the Family Crisis
Intervention Unit. Worked closely with juveniles on probation in a non-coercive setting. Created and negotiated child/parent contracts for the purpose of establishing rules of behavior. Made referrals to appropriate agencies such as temporary alternative living situation for troubled children ages 8-18.
- 8 years post graduate schoolwork
- Knowledge of important ethical standards
- Ability to work with a plethora of age ranges
- Skilled at performing assessments and face to face therapy
- High level of competency in sex therapy and couples and family therapy
- Extensive experience working with sex offenders and victims of trauma
THE CHICAGO SCHOOL FOR PROFESSIONAL PSYCHOLOGY, Westwood, CA (2008-present)
Doctorate in Psychology
MONMOUTH UNIVERSITY, Monmouth, NJ (2003)
Masters, Social Work
MONTCLAIR STATE UNIVERSITY, Montclair, NJ (2002)
THAMES VALLEY UNIVERSITY, London, England (2001)
Professional Affiliations/ Selected Accomplishments/Certifications:
- Certified in Life Space Crisis Intervention
- Certified to treat sexual disorders
- 4.0 in doctorate program
- American Psychological Association
- American Association of Sex Educators Counselors and Therapists (AASECT)
- Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality (SSSS)
- The International Positive Psychology Association (IPPA)
- The International Association for Relationship Research (IARR)
- National Association of Social Workers (NASW)
- National Honors Society of Social Workers