Courtney is an Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) who received her MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Richmont Graduate University, and her BA from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. Courtney has served in a wide range of clinical settings, working on an inpatient unit for trauma and eating disorders, in residential programs for sexual exploitation, human trafficking, and addictions, as well as the private practice setting.
Courtney works primarily with individual women, men, and teens. She specializes in complex trauma, sexual, physical, and emotional abuse, PTSD, commercial sexual exploitation and human trafficking, addictions (both substance and process), life transitions, family of origin issues, eating disorders, and co-dependency. Being an artist herself, Courtney also has an affinity for the pressure unique to artists and people whose livelihoods are based on their creative endeavors.
Working from an eclectic perspective enables Courtney to address the unique needs of each client. Courtney thinks holistically and systemically, and is also trained in EMDR to target specific traumatic events and beliefs. Her approach is compassionate, genuine, and direct.
Courtney’s belief in the resiliency of people and potential for the redemption of brokenness continues to fuel her passion for this work and hope for her clients.
Supervisor: Wendy L. Dickinson, Ph.D.