Dr.  Courtney  Crutchfield  completed  her  Doctoral  degree  in Counseling Psychology from Tennessee State University.  She has experience treating a variety of concerns, with particular emphasis in  Women’s  Issues,  PTSD,  Sexual  Trauma,  and  treatment  of Borderline Personality Disorder.  Dr. Crutchfield’s clinical exper-ience has also involved providing individual and group therapy with homeless individuals, as well as consultation, supervision of trainees,  and  overseeing  a  multidisciplinary  treatment  team.  During her work as a clinical psychologist, she has been active in education, mentorship, leadership, and other scholarly activity.   Dr. Crutchfield has worked with psychology training programs, including both internship and postdoctoral fellowship programs.  She is currently the Director of Training for an APA accredited psychology postdoctoral and interdisciplinary fellowship program.
Dr.  Crutchfield  has advanced  training  in  proven  therapies  for PTSD, anxiety, depression, and PTSD co-occurring with substance abuse.  These  evidence-based  treatments  including  Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT),  Seeking  Safety,  and  Cognitive  Behavioral  Therapy  for Depression (CBT-D).
In  her  leisure  time,  Dr.  Crutchfield  enjoys  spending  time  with friends and family. She enjoys movies, outdoor grilling, and loves to travel  and  visit  new  places.  Her  personal  wellness  practices include  relaxing  therapeutic  massages  and  mani/pedi.

Courtney Crutchfield, PhD
Clinical Psychologist