Counseling Program

The counseling program is comprised of licensed and/or counselors working towards licensure, who provide assistance and guidance in resolving personal, social, or psychological problems and difficulties.

Counselors provide a variety of assistance to individuals, families, step-families, single parents, couples, senior citizens, teens and children ages three and older. Topics include: relationships, parenting challenges, LGBTQIA, coping with divorce, recovering from a crisis or disaster, coping with grief or loss, anxiety, depression, addictions, and stress and anger management.

Sessions are based on a sliding fee scale with a $40 minimum session fee. Proof of income required for sliding fee sessions. Dates and times vary. Grant funding available to cover the cost of counseling sessions that meet certain eligibility requirements. Funding provided by the Louisiana Children’s Trust Fund, Louisiana Disaster Recovery Alliance and Office of Juvenile Justice.

If you or someone you know is interested in counseling, you should start by filling out intake paperwork available here. You can then call the office at (337) 981-2180 to schedule your appointment or complete the information below.

Intake form quick links – Adult IntakeMinor Intake