Cortney S. Warren

Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Adjunct Professor, Psychology
Expertise: Eating disorders, Body image, Multicultural competency (e.g., issues of race, ethnicity, language, acculturation), Psychotherapy, Media exposure


Cortney S. Warren is a licensed clinical psychologist and adjunct professor of psychology at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She moved to Las Vegas in 2006 after receiving her doctorate in clinical psychology from Texas A&M University and completing a clinical internship at McLean Hospital/Harvard Medical School.

As the child of two college professors, Warren was raised in an academic environment. In addition to formal training in the classroom, she traveled extensively to attain a “real-world” education. Exposed to a diversity of cultures and lifestyles from an early age, she was intrigued by the ways cultural and environmental conditions relate to the psychological well-being of individuals, groups, and even whole societies. As such, Warren is an expert in cross-cultural psychotherapeutic practice and assessment, with a specialty in eating disorders and obesity.


  • Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, Texas A&M University
  • B.A., Spanish and Psychology, Macalester College

Cortney S. Warren In The News

89.3 KPCC
January 28, 2019
Orbiting, zombieing, breadcrumbing… these are only a few trends that have emerged in today’s digital age of social media and online dating.
Las Vegas Review Journal
October 28, 2015
Take off a few pounds here and an inch or two there on your latest photograph?
September 7, 2014