Corrina Lindblom MA, EdS
Corrina Lindblom is a Columbia College counselor and faculty member happy to serve our amazing students, faculty, and staff! Please come by the counseling office in the upper Manzanita building or call (209) 588-5109 to inquire about our counseling services or to schedule an in-person, Zoom, or phone appointment. If you are a current student you can also schedule an appointment on Starfish.
Corrina Lindblom has served as an Educational Psychologist in the Motherlode for almost two decades. Providing educational planning, assessment, and counseling, Ms. Lindblom has worked with all ages of students in both the public and private sectors. Her professional interests include trauma-informed practices, diversity/equity/inclusion/accessibility (DEIA) work, and neurodivergence. Ms. Lindblom is a member of the Columbia College Cultural Enrichment Committee and serves as a Part-Time Faculty Representative on the Academic Senate. As founder of the Calaveras Trauma Consortium, she led the first-ever regional virtual trauma conference, RESILIENCE RISING, in both 2020 and 2021. Experts in the field, including California's first Surgeon General, Dr. Burke Harris, presented to hundreds of educators, treatment professionals, families, and community members about the physical, psychological, and learning impacts of stress/trauma and how to build resilience within homes, schools, organizations, and communities. Ms. Lindblom lives in Sonora and is proud to be a registered member of the Cherokee Nation. Ms. Lindblom acknowledges that she is an uninvited guest on Me-Wuk ancestral territories, honors their sovereignty, and commits to being a responsible guest on these lands.
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