About Darlene Corbett
Darlene’s favorite activities are writing, speaking and helping people. Luckily, this published authors life combines all these loves.
Ms. Corbett is a writer, published author, and therapist.
Her writing is inspirational yet down-to-earth. It’s burnished by decades of experience working with individuals, studying, caring.
Her first book, Stop Depriving The World of You, embodies Ms. Corbett’s strong belief that everyone is capable of getting unstuck no matter age or circumstances.
Everyone plateaus at some point – for a variety of reasons. Consequently, they become mired in a certain mindset and get stuck.
Darlene’s work has made it clear that normal dips and plateaus – often the result of mindset – can inhibit performance and interfere with the enjoyment of life and work. Ms. Corbett often writes about using these static periods of performance, to discover dormant strengths and talents. Unleashing these strengths and talents can result in exciting growth and change.
Ms. Corbett has a dual degree in Psychology and Urban Studies. In addition, she received a masters’ degree from Boston University and has been a licensed therapist in the State of MA for over 25 years. She has been an active member of several industry associations, including the National Speakers Association, Toastmasters International and the Chamber of Commerce. Currently, she serves on the Board of Directors for Abby’s House in Worcester, MA.
She has been a podcast host, professional speaker and trainer.
She is a Featured Contributor with BizCatalyst 360 with her column “Inspiring You,” and has been quoted in Knox News, MSN.com, Bustle, and Best Life. Other articles and blogs can be found on her personal blog, LinkedIn, Sixty and Me, Goodreads and Thrive Global.