Courtney Bilbrey, LCSW
Courtney Bilbrey LCSW (she/her) serves as Assistant Dean of Students and Title IX Deputy Coordinator at Loyola University Chicago. She provides guidance, advocacy, and resources as case manager for gender-based (Title IX) and bias-motivated misconduct issues. Courtney is committed to supporting people's personal journeys to thrive, as they develop their unique identities, challenge their own and others’ biases, heal from trauma, and learn to advocate for equity in our world. Courtney seeks opportunities to magnify and empower the voices of individuals and communities who have experienced personal, institutional, and societal trauma and inequity, so our communities may continue to strive for justice, healing, and peace. This never-ceasing idealism leads Courtney to serve on the Board at Upswing Advocates, an organization fully committed to giving power and resources to LGBTQ and neurodiverse voices.
Previously, Courtney served as Compliance Officer at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, where she advised the university on Title IX and ADA compliance, supported students, investigated cases, and resolved complaints. With a post-grad certificate in Sexual Health/Sex Therapy from University of Michigan, Courtney also has served as a therapist and program manager at Center on Halsted, where she specialized in areas of sexual health, queer identities, disability, and aging.
Courtney’s other life roles include partner, parent of two small humans, and Enneagram nerd.