Courtney Palm

  • Courtney Palm, LMFT
  • Blue Sky Bridge
  • Boulder, Colorado   
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Contact me for: Forensic Interviews, Prevention Education, and Training for Professionals

Courtney Palm is a licensed marriage and family therapist with a master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Pepperdine University. She has extensive knowledge about child development, victim issues involving general child abuse and neglect, criminal testimony, and how trauma affects the brain. Courtney joined Blue Sky Bridge in July 2010 from the Denver Children’s Advocacy Center, where she was a therapist with child victims of sexual abuse. As a Forensic Interviewer, she is responsible for conducting forensic interviews of children for whom reports of suspected child abuse have been made, testifying in court and providing training for multi-disciplinary team members who investigate child abuse (this includes aw enforcement officers, child protection workers and prosecutors). Prior to working within the trauma field, Courtney spent five years working exclusively with children in the special needs community providing developmental assessments and behavioral intervention. Currently, she divides her time between working with children in the 0-3 Early Intervention Program and providing trauma support services.

Expert Articles by Courtney Palm

Kids with Special Needs

Educate and communicate with special needs children to prevent abuse
When parents think of abuse prevention for typical children and for children with special needs, they may assume that information should be completely different. In truth, the same information needs t...

Children and Sleep

Helping your child learn to sleep will foster much-needed development
For parents, the most crucial step in supporting your children’s development is to help them get the sleep that they need. All children deserve to have the help of their parents in guiding and shapi...
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