Courtney Lougheed, LPC Associate
Courtney’s approach in working with individuals is rooted in a place of warmth and compassion, utilizing attachment theory, self-compassion, mindfulness, and neurobiology. In session, she holds space for clients to explore the parts of themselves that may be uncomfortable. Encouraging vulnerability, she walks alongside her clients and supports them in their unique self-exploration. When the raw and vulnerable parts of ourselves are met with shame and disapproval, we tend to avoid touching on them. In session, one of the most important factors is safety- and Courtney holds space for clients to gently explore their emotions and feelings while validating that process.
Courtney works with individual adults who are looking to find their way through past trauma, identity, and dysregulation. In addition, she is experienced in working with the LGBTQ+ community as well as Polyamory and Consensual Non-Monogamy (CNM or ENM). Each individual is unique, and discovering what needs are met/unmet in relationships can promote a healthy relationship with yourself and others. Courtney also utilizes Sandtray therapy, symbolism, and Existentialism with a focus on connection between the mind and body.
Supervised by Reem Glasco, LPC-S
$140 per session for individuals
Areas of Specialty
M.A. Clinical Mental Health Counseling- University of Mary Hardin-Baylor. B.A. Psychology- St. Edward’s University
After taking my first psychology course during my undergraduate career, I finally found my passion in understanding not only my own past, but helping others in their search for meaning and self-exploration. As someone who has spent the better half of a decade in therapy herself, I have had firsthand experience in the ways that therapy can not only transform the way we look at our past- but our present as well. To me, therapy is not only a process but an opportunity to celebrate the little successes that make our lives precious.
Helping others become their own therapist! I enjoy aiding people in realizing and believing in their potential, and seeing them bloom.
I enjoy camping, kayaking, singing, painting, movies and music. Playing with my dogs outside and watching the world through their eyes has taught me to live in the moment.
In the past I have worked as a executive assistant in the health field as well as in land development. I’ve also held multiple customer service positions.