Courtney is a Limited Licensed Counselor and obtained her Master of Arts in counseling degree from Siena Heights University. Courtney enjoys working with a variety of clients who are working through depression, grief/loss, family/marriage issues, trauma, self-esteem and anxiety. She utilizes a variety of techniques including, but not limited to, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Person-Centered, Self -Talk and Mindfulness in order to help her clients achieve true healing and wholeness. Courtney works to build trust with each client and believes that this is done through consistency.
Courtney entered the counseling profession after founding a non-profit for women and children in crisis and has continued to run and maintain this for the last 12 years. It was her involvement with homeless girls, inner city kids and human trafficking victims that motivated her to pursue a counseling profession. She, along with her husband and family are also diligently involved in their community through outreaches, local churches, coaching city sports for children and neighboring well. Courtney is “for” life and uses her skills to promote that source of life with all that she has.