Courtney Breyer, MA, LADC, LPCC
Courtney Breyer is a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC) and Licensed
Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC). She received her Bachelor of Arts majoring
in psychology from St. Olaf College, her Master of Arts in Counseling and Student
Personnel Psychology from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, and her certificate
in Addiction Counseling from Minneapolis Community and Technical College. Courtney
has been providing mental health services since 2016.
Courtney has experience working in intensive outpatient co-occurring treatment
programs, county-based mental health crisis services, and outpatient psychotherapy.
She currently works as a therapist with individuals, couples, and families ages 8
and up. Courtney has a specialty working with individuals who experience mental
health and substance use concerns, however, works with everyone who is willing
to show up.
Courtney's approach to therapy is relational and client-directed. She has an
understanding that good therapy begins with a steadfast relationship between
client and provider. Courtney thinks of her profession as walking with clients
on their mental health/therapy journey instead of leading or following. She
believes it is important to honor the stories a client enters therapy with and
respect each person's timing as they build their internal awareness or make
changes. Courtney uses humor and courage to build and maintain connections.