Courtney Vine, LCSW
Adults & Couples
I work with individuals who are dissatisfied with their lives, themselves, or their relationships, and struggle to achieve meaningful change or clarity on their own I enjoy helping individuals develop better self-understanding so that they may guide themselves towards more authentic relationships and richer lives. In adopting an attitude of curiosity and compassion towards ourselves is central to the therapeutic process. By “making friends” with our issues, we can learn to silence our inner critics and open ourselves to new insights and true self-discovery.
I strive to create a non-judgmental environment in which you feel safe to examine these sensitive parts of yourself. I view therapy as a process we’ve chosen to undertake together and that the heart of successful therapy is a strong therapeutic relationship. I practice psychodynamic psychotherapy informed by interpersonal psychoanalysis and attachment theory, which focuses on the ways we connect to ourselves and others. Typical areas of focus include anxiety, depression, interpersonal problems, relational trauma, poor self-esteem, as well as navigating early adulthood and other life transitions.
Courtney Vine, LCSW has Bachelor of Fine Arts and a Master of Social Work from New York University. She has studied psychodynamic psychotherapy at The William Alanson White Institute of Psychiatry, Psychoanalysis & Psychology. She works with adults and couples.