A native of Richmond, Courtney is excited to begin her career here in her hometown after earning a graduate degree from Smith College School for Social Work. While in school, Courtney had the privilege to intern at renowned organizations in San Francisco and Washington, D.C., where she developed an interest in helping people address trauma. Courtney has a diversity of experiences working in schools, outpatient settings, and community organizations with children and families, adult survivors of sexual assault and childhood sexual abuse, transgender women, individuals experiencing homelessness, and adults seeking to overcome opioid addiction. Courtney has completed an 18-hour training in working with families and has attended trainings and conferences on trauma, social justice, addiction and recovery, and grief.
In her free time, Courtney enjoys cooking, running, attending local arts and music events, and spending time with family and friends.
Courtney is specifically passionate about women’s and LGBTQ issues and has special interest in working with people to address sexual trauma; grief, loss, and bereavement; gender and sexuality issues; life transition issues; relationship issues; depression; and anxiety.
Courtney utilizes a variety of therapeutic approaches with her clients, including mindfulness, somatic experiencing, and psychodynamic psychotherapy. Courtney is available to work with individuals and couples.
Courtney is a supervisee of Social Work being supervised by Linda Zaffram, LCSW.