About Dr. O'Brien

Courtney Linsenmeyer-O'Brien

"My therapy with Dr. O'Brien has given me the tools I need to help balance my moods and feelings and to move my life in a positive direction while living with an anxiety disorder. Working with her has given me self-confidence and has provided me with the self-esteem I needed to move forward with my life. Thank You Dr. O'Brien" - A Patient

Dr. O'Brien has had 10 years experience in the exercise and physiology business as a business owner and health consultant within a medical setting. She spent those years successfully designing rehabilitative, training, fitness and nutrition programs for clients.

After getting a Masters degree at the University of Oklahoma and a PhD specializing in the field of Psychology, she continues to work in the private sector as a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Oklahoma, helping those who struggle with depression, anxiety, PTSD, and other challenging mental health issues within the areas of sexuality. Cognitive Behavioral therapy and interpersonal approaches to therapy are used to help facilitate and direct behavior change and promote overall life balance. Dr. O'Brien works with all populations and those ranging in age from 18 years old and up.

Dr.O'Brien maintains a strong belief that mental and physical health are interrelated and should not be separated. For more information on exercise and nutritional guidance, please visit Dr. O'Brien's Web site dedicated to both mental and physical diagnosis and developing an overall healthy self-image.


Specializing in treating anxiety and depression and family, individual, and couples counseling, special attention is directed to each individual, providing a personalized growth opportunity to help facilitate authentic relational experiences that are holistic, trusting and genuine in nature. As we each learn to achieve personal growth, it is important to recognize the diadic nature of the mind and body on our journey. This enhances the process of achieving personal goals.

The services provided are based on understanding one's symptoms and finding the best method of treatment to help provide relief. Many times, psychotherapy and medication are sufficient. However, other times, less traditional means of therapy, such as exercise, art therapy, and other types of therapies, are necessary to meet the needs of the client's therapeutic goals.

As a rule, the overall philosophy is to treat the causes as well as the symptoms in an effort to provide a greater treatment benefit. This can be accomplished while remaining sensitive and respectful of the individual and his or her entire life situation.

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