Courtney LeClair, PhD, LP

Psychiatry


Commitment to Patient-Centered Care

"I am committed to providing children and families with evidence-based evaluation and therapy. I work hard to partner with my patients so that they feel understood and make significant progress towards their goals."

Clinical Expertise

Dr. LeClair earned her PhD in School Psychology from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She has an MA in educational psychology from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and she earned her B.A. at the University of Minnesota-Morris. Dr. LeClair completed her pre-doctoral clinical internship with the Nebraska Internship Consortium for Professional Psychology at Boys Town, and her post-doctoral fellowship at the Boys Town Behavioral Health Clinic in Omaha, Nebraska.

Credibility

Dr. LeClair is a licensed psychologist who specializes in individual and family therapy for patients aged 3 to 18. She provides outpatient therapy and conducts psychological assessments in the HCMC Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Clinic. Dr. LeClair also provides psychological evaluation and treatment within the Pediatric Gender and Sexual Health Program.

Dr. LeClair evaluates and treats mood, behavior, social, and academic concerns, including depression, anxiety, bipolar, eating issues, ADHD, oppositional behavior or conduct disorder, learning disabilities, bullying issues, LGBTQ concerns, and difficulties coping with transitions or trauma. Dr. LeClair also has specialized training in the treatment of common childhood concerns, such as those related to sleep, toilet training, habits and tics, tantrums, and other problem behaviors. Dr. LeClair is a member of the HCMC Psychology Training Program faculty and supervises interns and fellows in their clinical experiences.

Professional Affiliations

  • American Psychological Association
  • Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies
  • National Association of School Psychologists
  • World Professional Association for Transgender Health

Personal

"I enjoy biking, hiking, cooking, and spending time with my family."