Courtney Shipp, LCSW-S, ADHD-CCSP
Courtney is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and ADHD Certified Clinical Services Provider in the state of Texas. She has been in the field of social work for over 10 years and has been practicing clinically for 6. After her ADHD diagnosis at the age of 29, she shifted her practice specialty to working with adults with ADHD using a mixture of CBT and ACT, from a neurodiverse affirming perspective. She wholeheartedly believes that there is nothing wrong with the ADHD brain and strives to help her clients live their fullest lives in a world where that can be difficult. She is currently enrolled in a Doctor of Social Work program.
Courtney enjoys a plethora of hobbies, mostly focusing on fiber arts, including sewing, knitting, crocheting, and cross-stitch. In her down time, she also likes to spend time with her family and dogs and coaching a recreational soccer team.
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