Courtney Johnson, LSW


Courtney is a licensed social worker. Courtney received her BA in psychology from Rider University and her Master of Social Work from Monmouth University. Courtney has 9 years of experience in the mental health and social work field including partial care programs for adults, adolescents and children, programs for those involved in the criminal justice system, and families involved with protective services.

Courtney’s expertise extends to areas such as trauma, crisis intervention, relationship issues, life transitions, managing mental health symptoms, and emotional and behavioral challenges in adolescents and young children. Courtney values client-centered and trauma-informed approaches. Courtney utilizes Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and art therapy techniques for all ages, including play therapy for small children.

Further, Courtney is trained in Illness Management and Recovery, a practice that helps those struggling with depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and other mental health diagnoses manage their symptoms.

Courtney is a strong advocate for mental health awareness and self-care both professionally and personally. Courtney is a compassionate and dedicated therapist with a profound commitment to fostering positive change, establishing genuine connections and making a lasting impact on individuals and families. She believes that a good therapeutic relationship includes authenticity, trust and positive regard.