Paris Courtney

(they/she)

Marriage and Family Therapy Graduate Intern (Oregon)

Art therapy, ADHD, kink & non-monogamy, individual therapy

I am an art therapy student at Lewis & Clark College, aiming to help queer people use art to heal. I am a white, gender-fluid, queer person, living with neurodiversity, and an invisible disability. I am passionate about creating a supportive, person-centered, environment to allow clients with similar lived experiences to work through difficult situations with art making. I believe art making can provide a mirror inward in a way that language does not always access. Through this art making I want to make space for deep emotional healing that can come up at any time. I aim to work with a trauma-informed, intersectional and non-judgemental framework to best allow for healing and growth. I am currently entering my third year of my master’s program at L&C as an art therapy student, with the goal of creating open art studio groups for queer and trans people. As a queer person, my focus area is working within the LGBTQIA+ community. I also have interests in supporting clients with practicing self-love and body neutrality. As an art therapist I hope to provide a warm environment to best support processing and healing through art making invitations.


Paris Courtney
Accepted Insurance

OHP, Trillium, Open Card, CareOregon, Self pay, Yamhill CCO

Out-Of-Pocket Prices

Don't have insurance? See below for our self pay options.

Sliding scale is available for those with financial hardships!

Email us at 

info@connectivetherapycollective.com 

for sliding scale inquiries.

50 min. Individual Session:

$50

50 min. Couples Session:

$75 Medical Transition Assessment:

$110

Case Management:

$15/15 mins

Groups:

$40/quarter