Courtney Salter
APC, NCC
Specializations: Relationships, Crisis & Trauma, Anxiety, Depression, Bipolar

Courtney earned her Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Liberty University. In addition to being a Licensed Associate Professional Counselor, Courtney is a Nationally Certified Counselor with extensive training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). Her work in both inpatient and outpatient clinical settings has equipped her to work with a wide range of populations and concerns including adults, teens, trauma, anxiety, addiction, depression, psychotic disorders, boundaries, codependency, and relationships.

In spite of the fact that past wounds and destructive coping mechanisms can undermine relationships, job satisfaction, daily functioning, and effective parenting, Courtney recognizes that seeking help can be difficult to do. Her passion is to help people move forward by creating a safe place for clients to recognize their life’s potential, meet daily challenges effectively, and heal past wounds.

Courtney works with teen and adult individuals to address concerns such as depression, anxiety, mood disorders, crisis and trauma, and relational conflict.

Courtney is currently under the supervision of Kim DeRamus Lareau, LPC, CPCS.