Courtney is a Psychologist with experience in adolescent and young adult mental health, as well as sport and performance contexts. Courtney takes a flexible and person-centered approach, while leaning on empirically supported treatments; primarily Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT). He strives to provide a relaxed, warm, and open space where clients feel comfortable and supported to collaboratively work through current difficulties. He has a particular interest in helping clients navigate challenging life transitions, stress and burnout, interpersonal difficulty, anxiety, depression, and general well-being. Courtney is also a Research Fellow within the Mental Health and Elite Sports research group at the University of Melbourne, and therefore has a solid understanding of the stressors and pressures experienced by performers (such as in sports, dance, and music contexts), which informs his therapeutic work. In his spare time, Courtney is a keen cyclist, and will take any opportunity to tell you about his adopted greyhound, Murphy.