Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
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"I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), certified by the Louisiana Board of Social Work Examiners. I specialize in providing assistance with addictions, co-occuring disorders, depression, PTSD, anxiety, parenting, anger management, children of divorce, trauma, domestic violence, grief, and behavioral difficulties. I believe that the holistic approach can empower individuals, couples, and families to overcome personal obstacles and improve relationships. I provide a warm, supportive, and accepting atmosphere conducive to personal growth and healing."
(225) 442-9557
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"I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), certified by the Louisiana Board of Social Work Examiners. I specialize in providing assistance with addictions, co-occuring disorders, depression, PTSD, anxiety, parenting, anger management, children of divorce, trauma, domestic violence, grief, and behavioral difficulties. I believe that the holistic approach can empower individuals, couples, and families to overcome personal obstacles and improve relationships. I provide a warm, supportive, and accepting atmosphere conducive to personal growth and healing."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
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Office is near:
Saint Francisville, Louisiana 70775
"Whether you're facing overwhelming stress, coping with a painful or unhealthy relationship or hoping to break free of self-defeating behavior patterns, the decision to seek psychotherapy is a sign of courage. In fact, the act of seeking help is, itself, a sign of hope. When I first meet with a client, I listen to understand what you want to change in your life. Then, through building insight and identifying effective action, I walk along the path of healing with you."
(225) 788-1339
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Office is near:
Saint Francisville, Louisiana 70775
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"Whether you're facing overwhelming stress, coping with a painful or unhealthy relationship or hoping to break free of self-defeating behavior patterns, the decision to seek psychotherapy is a sign of courage. In fact, the act of seeking help is, itself, a sign of hope. When I first meet with a client, I listen to understand what you want to change in your life. Then, through building insight and identifying effective action, I walk along the path of healing with you."

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