Tammy obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from the University of Texas at Austin in 1999. She went on to obtain her Master of Arts, also in psychology, from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor in 2002. She currently holds a license in Professional Counseling issued by the Texas Department of State Health Services. Tammy has worked extensively with families in various settings ranging from an adjudication center to family shelter, foster care, treatment centers, and the public school system. As an Adjunct Professor at UMHB and Temple College, Tammy taught general and developmental psychology courses at the undergraduate level. She also spent one year focusing almost exclusively on the treatment of eating disorders when she served as the Clinical Director and developed the program curricula for a new treatment facility in Austin. Over the past ten years, she has worked in private practice collaborating with other mental health professionals and members of the legal community to establish standards of practice for therapeutic intervention with families involved in high conflict divorce disputes. Ms. Corrales has developed a passion for educating parents, teachers, and the general public about the challenges facing those living with ongoing, destructive conflict within the family system. As a result, she has served on panel discussions and presented to audiences on various college campuses, professional conferences, and community organizations. Specialized trainings include dispute resolution, collaborative law, and eating disorders.