CORIE S. COOK, LCSW, ACSW, CMRM, CEOL Doula
Clinical Social Work Practitioner
Certified End of Life Doula
Corie S. Cook LCSW, ACSW, CMRM, CEOL Doula is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Certified Medical Reiki Master and Certified Illness and End of Life Doula, who believes that spiritual gifts are an important part of human experience. A social worker since 2003, Ms. Cook is able to use her experience in hospital and other medical settings, her extensive clinical experience, her Reiki training, her training as an Illness and End of Life Doula, and her intuitive gifts, to provide services to her clients. Additionally, she has used her own experience with illness and chronic pain to guide her in her work with adults, children, teens and infants who are experiencing pain, illness and other end of life issues. Ms. Cook will meet with clients in the office, at the hospital, or in the home.
Ms. Cook initially received her bachelor’s degree in social work from Boise State University in 2003. She graduated with honors and was inducted into the Phi Alpha Honor Society. Ms. Cook completed a master’s degree in clinical social work in 2005, graduating summa cum laude at Northwest Nazarene University. She was given the Outstanding Scholar Award by the Northwest Nazarene University School of Social Work on May 14, 2005. Ms. Cook was added to the Academy of Certified Social Workers in 2012 through the National Association of Social Workers. In 2016, She added Reiki training in order to better assist clients emotionally and spiritually. Ms. Cook is currently a Reiki Master-Teacher, a Raven Keys Medical Reiki International Certified Medical Reiki Master, and a University of Vermont College of Medicine Certified Illness and End of Life Doula. She has been providing service to vulnerable populations for over 20 years.
Ms. Cook is a fourth-generation Idahoan. She currently lives in Boise, Idaho with her husband of 21 years, and two unique and intuitive children. Ms. Cook enjoys the Idaho outdoors, including hiking, gardening, frequent visits to the Boise River and the Boise Foothills, and other outdoor Idaho excursions. She is also honored to be the guardian of two adults with intellectual developmental disabilities.