I am interested in creating safe and compassionate space for queer and trans folks, people who use drugs, people engaged in social movement work, and people living with suicidal ideation and self-harm. I am passionate about working with clients on topics such as identity development, life transitions, attachment, and self-esteem.
As a trauma-informed, harm-reduction oriented therapist, I believe that healing happens in relationship. So, in my therapeutic work I cultivate genuine and meaningful relationships with my clients and help them to create growth-fostering relationships with others in their life. I honor the wisdom and experience my clients bring to the therapy room and trust them to make decisions about their own lives and bodies while offering tools and feedback to promote safety and facilitate growth.
While harm reduction informs everything I do, I draw from a wide variety of theories and modalities to best meet clients where they are at. Working together, I believe you can discover your innate abilities to heal yourself and shift the patterns in your life so you can become the fullest version of yourself.
It is such a pleasure and a privilege to be witness to people as they discover themselves and make changes in their lives, and it would be an honor to begin your therapeutic process with you.
Education and Training
Courtney Remacle, LSW received their MSW from the University of Minnesota-Duluth, and their Bachelors degree in Sociology/Social Justice and Sustainable Community Development at Northland College. Courtney has extensive experience as a social worker working with people who use drugs, sex workers, survivors of domestic and sexual violence, and people who hear voices and experience dissociation.