Hi, I’m Dr. Corey Allan. I’m a writer, blogger, marriage therapist, speaker, husband, father …
And I live my life inspiring and encouraging people to experience more in life and relationships.
I’ve had the opportunity to speak on lots of topics over the years, mainly on relationships and marriage.
Each topic I cover is presented in a highly relevant, immediately practical way that seeks to connect with the listeners’ heart through humor, personal stories, sound reasoning, and practical steps of application.

What some pastor’s have to say:

“One of the best decisions I have made for my marriage group was to ask Corey Allan to speak at our annual marriage retreat. Our couples look forward to this event every year and this was an event to remember. Corey’s approach was very practical and his concepts were rooted in timeless truths that were easy to latch on to and take back home to work through.
Corey challenged our marriages by drawing our focus to our individual selves. Ensuring one’s individual health and stability undoubtedly creates a culture and atmosphere for our marriages to thrive. What we so often consider to be healthy co-dependence, Corey showed us the futility of that unhealthy reliance we have on each other. Corey gave us tools that empowered us to create truly healthy marriages.” ~ Pastor Rich, New Hope Church in Turlock, CA

Dr. Corey Allan spoke at our church marriage conference. He was absolutely amazing. His honest and authentic approach was so refreshing. Church marriage conferences can typically be pretty vanilla, but when we used Dr. Allan, we were not given vanilla. I have talked to several couples from the conference who were so impressed and have had some great insights that they have instituted in their marriages. Not only would I suggest to someone to use Dr. Allan, but I intend to use him again. ~ Pastor Alan Gedde, Grace Community Church, Roswell, NM

Here’s an example of Dr. Allan as a guest TV show.

Mad About Marriage

Dr. Allan was the guest to discuss martial communication.

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