Hey, I'm Cori!

Cori Hill, NCC, LPC, LMFT
Owner & Clinical Director, Chill Counseling


  • Who I Am

    Born in Michigan, but raised in Dallas (where I currently live), I consider myself a Texas girl. In my free time, I can be found doing anything from arts and crafts to traveling the world to spending time with my family (including the fur baby supervising me during sessions). I love to dance (usually on-beat) and sing (usually off-key).

  • What I Do

    I'd like to think I make the world a little better by holding space for people that will also change the world--my clients are breaking generational cycles, chasing their dreams, and learning better ways to love themselves and others. I especially enjoy working with individuals with anxiety, perfectionism and/or trauma and also partners and families with communication challenges.

  • Why I Do It

    Our relationships (with parents, partners, friends, systems of oppression) teach us a lot about ourselves and the world. Some of those things aren't true. As a fellow traveler on life's journey, I know that counseling can help you discover, create, and stand in your truth.

    Also, it just feels really good to watch someone grow and heal.


Selecting the right therapist is important and we know it. Here's a bit about my vibe.


You are ready for change. I want to help. From our initial consultation to your therapy graduation, I act with purpose, providing a balance of care, support, and challenge in all of our interactions.


Whether you're excited to begin therapy or you view therapy as a last resort, I want to help. I have seen some tough cases and don't give up easily. There will always be one of us in the room that sees hope.


I'm a firm believer that effective therapy is what works for you. I use evidence-based techniques, but I'm also not afraid to try something new. Your life experience is unique, so your counseling experience will be, too.


Below are the services I offer at Chill Counseling. If you think I'd be a fit for something you don't see below, please reach out! If I can't do it, we may know someone who can!


Your investment is $155 for 53-minute therapy sessions for individuals

and $185 for 53-minute therapy sessions for couples and families.
The investment for group therapy varies and is typically $25-50 per session.


For Individual and EMDR therapy only, clients with Aetna, and United Healthcare may be eligible to use their insurance benefits.


I am qualified to counsel on a variety of challenges. Below are just a few areas I help clients with most.

Trauma & EMDR

Difficult experiences may leave us feeling lost and unlike ourselves. Trauma therapy can help you process the past to move forward to the future you deserve.

Relationship Concerns

You want to be together but life with another person isn't always easy. Improving communication and connection can help.


Whether lifelong or a recent experience, this may look like worrying a lot, struggling with intrusive thoughts, and/or often feeling restless.

Identity & Self Discovery

You have reached a place where you realize you don't know who you are. Counseling can help you explore your values, patterns, and personality and to identify who you want to be.


Just a little bit more about my professional background


Master of Science in Counseling
Southern Methodist University


Licensed Professional Counselor #79907
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist #203401

Trainings and Certifications

National Certified Counselor - NBCC
Eye Movement, Desensitization, and Reprocessing (EMDR) Trained

Gottman Couples Therapy - Level 1
Liberation-Focused Healing - Kindred Wellness LLC
Dr. Stephen Kniffley Racial Trauma Therapy Model
Advanced Sex Therapy - Harvey Institute & Southern Methodist University
Emotion Focused Therapy with African-American Couples
Theories of Trauma
Trust Based Relational Intervention
Grief and Loss: How to Identify and Treat It

Ready to get started? You can book your first appointment now or request a free 15-minute consultation if you're still unsure.