Courtney Beitler, LCSW , psychotherapist, was born and raised in Southern Illinois before moving to west Tennessee where she completed her bachelor’s degree in social work. Courtney worked as a triage clinician there while obtaining her Master of Social Work degree. After graduating, she came back to her hometown and began working as a crisis counselor through Deaconess Cross Pointe and as an outpatient therapist in Southern Illinois. After a few years working in crisis intervention, Courtney began working at Deaconess Cross Pointe as an inpatient adult and youth therapist helping people and their families who struggled with addiction and co-occurring disorders.
Courtney is trained in Emotion Focused Family Therapy, a treatment modality used to support caregivers to increase their role in their loved one’s recovery from mental health issues. She is also trained in Collaborative Problem Solving. Courtney sees children, teens and adults. Her specialties are addictions, helping family members of those suffering with addictions, anxiety disorders, depression, postpartum depression/anxiety, self-esteem issues, trauma, and spiritual issues.
In her free time, you can find Courtney with her husband and their two children spending time outdoors and taking in all life has to offer.