Courtney Martindale

Courtney is a clinical intern. She is in the process of completing her master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Bethel University. She received her undergraduate degree from Hamline University in Psychology, focusing on childhood development. She has a heart for being a light for Christ in the counseling process and working collaboratively with individuals to help them grow and heal.

Courtney is devoted to, and passionate about, providing an open and warm environment that allows for her clients to begin their healing process. She practices from a Christian worldview, believing that God has fearfully and wonderfully molded every human being. She is eager to help clients explore their own faith in a way that will further their journey of healing.

Courtney works with children ages 6-13, families, and female adults. Her areas of interest include working with clients experiencing anxiety, depression, domestic abuse, sexual assault, grief/loss/abandonment issues, obsessive-compulsive, post-traumatic stress, stress management, trauma, and woman’s issues. She practices from a Person-Centered and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy therapeutic approach.

In Courtney’s free time she likes to spend time outdoors with friends and family, exercise, and enjoy a good cup of coffee.

Courtney sees clients on Monday afternoons and Tuesday mornings. She is providing free counseling to those without insurance or inability to pay for counseling.

To check in to a pre-scheduled TELEHEALTH SESSION with Courtney, click this link to enter her virtual waiting room. Click “Allow” when your device asks for permission to use its camera and microphone. Type in your name and click “Check In”. Your therapist will be with you shortly.